I registered, but I wasn't asked for any payment information. What are the next steps?
How do I reschedule or cancel my class? What if I'm late for class?
Do I have to bring my own motorcycle?
Motorcycles are provided for the Basic RiderCourse and the Basic Bike Bonding RiderCourse.
It is encouraged that riders bring their own motorcycles for the Experienced RiderCourse (BRC2), because practice, skill building, and confidence on the bike you already ride is one of the benefits the class can provide. Though if a personal motorcycle is not available, then a training bike can be provided.
Training bikes are not provided for the 3-Wheel Basic RiderCourse or Ultimate BikeBonding.
Is gear provided? What do I need to wear to class?
Helmets are provided if the student does not have their own or the helmet brought does not meet safety standards.
Students are required to wear the following gear/attire to participate in the class:
A DOT-certified helmet in good working condition.
A long-sleeved shirt.
Pants made of denim, canvas, or other sturdy material. Pants should NOT flared, be free from holes, and show no part of the leg when seated on the motorcycle (full-length).
Boots that cover the ankle bone. Sneakers and dress shoes are not allowed (please no boots with elastic sides, click link for what NOT to wear).
Full-fingered gloves, preferably leather and made specifically for motorcycling.
Eye protection, prescription, sun, or safety if the helmet doesn't have a visor or the visor will be left open.
If a student arrives to class, without the required gear/attire, then they will not be able to take the class. As a result, they will have to reschedule for a fee of $75 or forfeit the cost of the class.
What paperwork is required to participate? What paperwork is needed for a participant under 18?
If a student would like to bring their own motorcycle, then proof of ownership and insurance is needed.
Everyone will be asked to fill out a Waiver & Indemnification Agreement Form and a Model Release (adult or minor). If a student is a minor (under 18), then the waivers need to be signed by a guardian as well. Guardians will need to do so either in the presence of an Ace Rider employee at the beginning of class or have the waivers notarized and sent with the student. If underaged students arrive without a parent or notarized waivers, then they will not be allowed to participate.