Please call 910.938.6294 for upcoming dates and times.
Coastal Carolina Community College is an approved Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Training Range. For more information about the MSF please visit www.msf-usa.org
Currently scheduled classes may be viewed on the calendar below.
Why Rider Education?
Upon successful completion of BRC, BRC2 or ARC students may qualify for an insurance discount. Upon completion of the BRC and BRC2 course, students will be exempt from the DMV riding portion of the test.
Ninety two percent of motorcycle accidents involve an inexperienced rider, who is either self-taught or taught by a friend or a relative, with no professional training.
Sixty percent of single vehicle accidents are caused by rider errors in judgment, either over-braking the rear or under-braking the front brakes.
Download the MSF Basic RiderCourse Handbook
Download the North Carolina DMV Motorcyclists Handbook
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic eCourse is a highly interactive online program that provides riders of all skill levels with the basics of motorcycling. With integrated graphics, photos and video to help better illustrate the lessons, the $19.99 program allows you to control the pace of your learning. (A discounted coupon which allows you to take the eCourse is available through the Continuing Education office for $5.00)
The Basic eCourse can help you determine whether motorcycling is actually a good personal fit. Although it’s a key component of the Basic Rider Course, it can be completed as an introductory stand-alone program without enrolling in a hands-on course.
Upon completion of the Basic eCourse, you will be able to print a completion certificate that is valid for 30 days. You must present this certificate at the time of registration for the BRC or BRC2 courses. If you have completed the eCourse more than 30 days before the class start date, you must re-take the eCourse (you can re-take it for free) by logging into the eCourse server and checking the “Start new attempt” checkbox.
Stand-By Policy & Procedures
Stand-by students must be present at 7:00 AM when the class begins. Registered students that are late must re-register for a future class and pay the full registration fee. Priority for stand-by enrollments:
- Students with a paid scheduled training date closest to the present date.
- In the event of a tie, entry will be based on their sign in time in class.