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Experienced Riders

Experienced Riders

Once you obtain your motorcycle endorsement, you are legal to ride on Florida’s roadways! However, a SMART rider knows that reacting safely and efficiently to hazards on the road requires practice and muscle memory. Advanced training courses are an exciting way for you to practice crash-avoidance techniques, and to enhance your overall riding experience.

S.M.A.R.T. courses

SMART Motorcycle Safety Courses:
Collier County, Osceola, Gainesville, Jacksonville, PALM BEACH COUNTY, and Tampa.

The goal of SMART Courses are to help students demonstrate safe motorcycle riding techniques by negotiating commonly found street riding situations in a controlled and skill oriented manner. SMART Courses are fun and very informative, and are offered in Collier County, Osceola, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Palm Beach County, and Tampa. They challenge you where they know they can and help you where they see it’s needed. Check area location the website for the schedule of classes and for more information. 

Advanced Training Opportunities

Enhance your riding skills in an advanced training course. Once you have taken the BRC, many Florida rider training schools offer opportunities to fine tune your riding and learn new skills. The following advanced training courses are available to riders who have their motorcycle endorsement:

  • The Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse® (BBBRC)
  • The Ultimate Bike Bonding RiderCourse® (UBBRC)
  • Basic RiderCourse® (BRC2)
  • Basic RiderCourse 2 updated® (BRC2u)
  • The Advanced RiderCourse® (ARC)
  • The Returning Rider Basic RiderCourse® (RRBRC)

You can learn more about advanced motorcycle courses and find a participating location here


To promote adequate rider training and preparation for the road, motorcycle riders are required by law to get a motorcycle license. Proper training and education will expose you to critical skills needed to enjoy a safe and exciting ride! The BRCu is the newest version of the Basic Rider Course, and was developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.