provides rider development in the areas of risk management,
decision-making, riding strategies, and rider behavior.
course includes classroom and riding activities. Riders will learn and
review several techniques, including basic control, quick stops, curve
adjustments, cornering and swerving. Under the guidance of
an experienced Rider Coach, riders will examine their thought processes
and discover some of the reasons why we make the choices we do. The course allows you to explore your personal riding limitations and
how to better utilize and understand your motorcycle’s design
capabilities. This course originally was designed for sport bike and
similar riders; however, we have found that all riders can benefit from
this curriculum and leave with a greater understanding of their personal
decision-making process, as well as their bike’s capabilities and
- MUST be 20 years of age with a minimum of 3 years of riding experience.
- Students must provide their own
motorcycle, proof of ownership, and insurance.
- For the riding portion of the course, students must provide protective gear, including:
Over the ankle footwear.
Long non-flare pants (jeans preferred).
Full-fingered gloves (preferably leather).
Eye protection (sunglasses are ok).
DOT approved motorcycle helmet (some available)
Students will not be permitted to ride without this protective gear.
Students should be prepared to ride in adverse weather conditions and dress
- The Instructor has the final authority in determining if a student
shall be permitted to participate in the riding portion of the course.
- Courses may be cancelled without notice due to inclement
other unforeseen problems. Students will receive a full refund or can be rescheduled to an alternate course date. The
student is responsible for selecting and registering for a new
ARC Class Schedule
ARC On-line Registration
Schedule or Registration Questions?
Contact DeAnn Keith - firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (308) 865-8256 or (800) 854-7867 ext 2
General questions on the Nebraska Safety Center Motorcycle Safety Training?
Email - email@example.com
If you cannot attend a course you have registered for, to receive a
full refund, the request must be made more
than 10 days prior to the start of the course. All cancellations that
are made more than 10 days prior to the start of the course will be
charged a $25.00 cancellation fee. No refunds will be made to students
that cancel with less 10 days notice, are late to a course, dismissed,
voluntarily, do not pass a written or riding evaluation, are a previous
reschedule, or miss any segment of the course.
Students with Disabilities or Students Who are Pregnant