STREET SKILLS COURSE 2: Building
Rider’s CONTROL CORE
The Street Skills Course 2 (SSC2) is a motorcycle
course for intermediate, experienced and returning
riders seeking additional training to precisely operate a
Participants must hold a valid motorcycle M endorsement on
their driver’s license to enroll in Road America’s Street Skill
II (SSC2) course. Road America recommends achieving 2,000
miles of riding experience prior to the SSC2 or completion
of Street Skills 1 (SSC1).
Motorcycle Handling Skill Sets:
Use of a school-supplied 250cc motorcycle and/or helmet is
available for an additional fee and with advanced notice.
Over the ankle footwear, with good sole grip, heels not to
Long pants, no rips or exposed skin
Full fingered gloves
Long sleeve shirt (minimum) or riding jacket
DOT-approved street-legal helmet and eye protection
(full-face helmet recommended)
Riders are encouraged to ride their own street-legal,
licensed and insured motorcycle (proof of insurance is
required) fueled to last through the day. Bikes are
subject to a safety inspection by the course instructors. Road
America instructors have the right to refuse any customized
motorcycles deemed unfit for course operation.
One hour of classroom discussion
Four hours of on-range riding exercises
On-range course work at the Briggs & Stratton
Motorplex is designed to simulate real-world riding
conditions. The Motorplex training circuit encompasses nearly one
mile of paved roadway featuring over a dozen unique curves,
elevation changes, interconnected curves of various and
alternating lean angles, and line of sight challenges. These
features combine to give the rider multiple repetitive
opportunities to study the road features to determine
the best control and path options.
SSC2 runs rain or shine. Plan accordingly for the weather and
bring rain gear if inclement weather occurs. Course size is
limited. Advanced registration is required.
Please review our School Policies
before registering for any Road America Motorcycle Classes.