ConnDOT: CONREP_Course Info


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Connecticut Rider Education Program
(CONREP) for Motorcycle Safety
 
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Basic Rider Course (BRC)
The Basic Rider Course (BRC) is a novice course intended for a new rider with little or no experience (although some veteran riders have found that they learned more than expected). Motorcycles are provided for on-cycle training. (learn more)
 
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Welcome to the Ride Video
This 5-minute video (15 MB WMF Format) introduces the many diverse aspects of street motorcycling. Video courtesy of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
 
Basic Rider Course Highlight Video
This 5-minute video (15 MB WMF Format) is a capsule summary of what you'll experience in our hands-on, 15 hour, Basic RiderCourse training program.  Video courtesy of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
 
This 4-minute video is a Point of View account of a student's actual experience with CT's Basic Rider Course at Gateway Community College. Video courtesy of eCLIPSeedits.com
 
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Intermediate Rider Course (IRC)
The Intermediate Rider Course (IRC) is designed for novice riders with some riding experience and a Motorcycle Learner's Permit. This class is essentially mirrored after the BRC except students use their own street legal motorcycle/scooter.
 
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Experienced Rider Course (ERC)
The Experienced Rider Course (ERC) is intended for licensed riders with a minimum of six months and six hundred miles riding experience. Students use their own street legal motorcycle/scooter. (learn more)
 
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Advanced Rider Course (ARC)
The Advanced Rider Course (ARC) is designed for the more practiced rider to improve skills relating to safety awareness, including road hazards and rider perception. Additionally, the course explores crash avoidance skills. Students use their own street legal motorcycle/scooter. (learn more)
 
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