Non-Credit Programs

Motorcycle Safety

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  • Practice Motorcycle Safety Training

    Riding a motorcycle requires special skills and concentration. Carroll offers two motorcycle safety courses for beginners and experienced riders that are approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration

    Learn and practice:

    • Basic operation, riding skills and strategies
    • Risk and riding
    • Proper gear
    • Clutch-throttle control, stopping, turning, shifting, and basic crash avoidance skills.
    • Emphasis placed on decision making and cornering skills
    • And more
  • Basic Rider Safety Course (BRC)

    Course #: TRA-044
    This course is for the true novice rider who has little or no riding experience. It includes classroom and riding instruction on the basic riding skills and strategies necessary to begin practicing street riding. No previous motorcycle riding experience necessary. Students receive a Completion Certificate for their Class M designation upon successful completion. Program training motorcycles are provided. 

    View available courses dates by searching for Course #: TRA-044 in Instant Enrollment.

    Alternate Basic Rider Course (ABRC)

    ABRC is the License Waiver Rider Course which moves at a faster pace with more critical evaluations. This one-session course is for riders with some experience who do not have a Class M (motorcycle) license. Learn more.

    ProRider Advanced Motorcycle Skills Training

    This motorcycle skill course includes the same training exercises used by police motorcycle officers and motorcycle rodeo competitors - riding techniques that will improve your riding ability and riding confidence. Classes cover slow speed maneuvers, confined space turns, crash avoidance and various braking challenges.
  • Class schedule for 2017 coming soon!

REQUEST INFORMATION

 

To register, click here. Search for a course number. You can find the course number listed next to each class/camp time offered. Select the course, click Submit to complete registration form. 

For more information, call 410-386-8100 or fill out the form below. 

 

 

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