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Bike Bonding refers to the connection and interaction of the rider and motorcycle. Bike Bonding brings a new level of excitement to our RideCourse offerings.

The MSF Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse (BBBRC) has no classroom and is a partial day riding course designed to provide a low risk, effective, and enjoyable training event for participants just starting their riding endeavors. The course is typically only four to five hours of riding with breaks.

The overall aim of the BBBRC is to help riders develop smooth and precise control as they manipulate primary motorcycle controls and develop their riding procedures and techniques. Good bike bonding helps a rider automate physical skills so they can devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating). It helps a rider to be a better decision-maker.

To participate you should have successfully completed the MSF Basic RiderCourse (BRC) or equivalent, or have sufficient riding skills and experiences to operate a motorcycle with basic proficiency. The BBBRC is a great transition for graduates of the Basic RiderCourse to continue skill development.

The BBBRC consists of 11 riding exercises that start with basic control reinforcement with a progression to advanced maneuvering. The following are examples of some of the exercises you'll ride:

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    Objective: To improve control operation in a straight line and when turning from a stop.

    This is a busy exercise with shortened clutch control lane, pause-n-go, tight turns from a stop, and practice of stronger acceleration than compared to the Basic RiderCourse.

    Objective: To improve throttle control and maneuvering ability.

    A primary point of this exercise is to experience the results of a more aggressive, short-term acceleration and braking. Acceleration is accomplished in a straight line and tight turns are made at low speed.

    Objective: To improve cornering and swerving abilities.

    This exercise uses a continuous cornering circuit with a path leading to a swerve area. The exercise helps with improving cornering abilities along with precise and crisp steering inputs.

    Objective: To develop ability to negotiate low-speed decreasing radius curves.

    You will practice riding at steady speeds or practice reducing speed smoothly as the curves get tighter.

    Objective: To improve control operation, judgement, and maneuvering ability.

    An exciting, yet challenging exercise, consisting of a circuit of slaloms and circles of progressively decreasing sizes. The nature of this exercise is to challenge riders within their skill level, it is an exercise that may be omitted from the course if riders or RiderCoaches determine that it is beyond participant current skill levels.

    Objective: To re-orient riders to traffic mix and to identify effective safety margin.

    This exercise is a continuous path of travel that reinforces the social aspect of sharing the road, gap selection and leaving space for others. This exercise allows riders to focus on continuous improvement of the application of skills and knowledge to manage risks.

The ARC, BBBRC, and UBBRC are not testing courses and have no passing requirements. For all courses you must meet the objectives of each exercise before you can continue to the next exercises. This is for YOUR learning and safety!

Locations throughout Florida

The ARC, BBBRC, and UBBRC are not testing courses and have no passing requirements. For all courses you must meet the objectives of each exercise before you can continue to the next exercises. This is for YOUR learning and safety!

With multiple locations to provide affordable access to rider safety training MTII is the best choice. The advanced courses are not offered at all of our training center.

Our coaches are dedicated to a safer Florida by enriching the learning environment for a safe and enjoyable experience. Find the locations nearest you and sign up for your experience today!




In today's economy motorcycles and motorcycling are an economical and environmentally good choice as an alternative means of transportation. To help, MTII offers the Financial Aid Program.


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