Basic RiderCourse (BRC)

Learn to ride with RSRS! We can help you earn your motorcycle endorsement or complete your safety course requirements with our Basic RiderCourse (BRC). Courses typically run on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

COVID-19 Update:
We will follow strict policies and procedures for the safety of our students and ourselves. Students have to agree to these procedures before starting the course.

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Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2)

If you already ride, you can fine tune your present riding skills with our Basic RiderCourse 2 (BRC2), or Intermediate Rider Course, on your own bike or one of ours. Some call it a refresher or bike-bonding experience!

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Moped Course

Our classroom-only moped course is a great introduction to riding and is currently available ONLINE or at Starr Cycle in North Mankato. Call, text, or email Brent for details on the next available class at 507-630-0551.

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The RSRS Advantage:

  • Friendly, personalized instruction.
  • BRCs are Saturday/Sunday classes – just two days.
  • Smaller class size means more time riding and less time waiting in line.
  • Student to coach ratio is 4:1 or better.
  • Motorcycles for riders of all sizes.
  • Moped Courses – just three hours.
  • Classes for experienced riders, too!
  • Gift certificates are available for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, holidays, graduation, or just because!

If you’ve been thinking about getting your own motorcycle, now is the time! We’ll take you from finding the controls on the bike to riding confidently in one weekend – AND you can earn your motorcycle endorsement in the process.

If you’re already riding on your permit, it’s time to get legal with RSRS! You can hone your skills AND earn your license with a BRC.

Next Steps…

Register online for a BRC, mail a completed registration form with a check, or call Brent at 507-630-0551.  IMPORTANT:  If you’re over 18 years old and you want to earn your endorsement through our BRC, you must have a motorcycle instruction permit before the first day of class. It can either be a current, valid motorcycle instruction permit, or one that has been expired for less than a year.