Basic Motor Officer Course
For details see http://www.motomark1.com/bmoc.shtml
The Class runs 5 days, usually over 2 consecutive weekends. The first two days are working on basic Motor Officer techniques and practice, practice practice. Day three is a multi-skills course to put everything you've learned so far into action. It is a long day and consists of a day time and night time driving exercise. Day four and five is emergency maneuvers, road hazard recognition, curve skills and more practice in cone courses.
Basic Motor Officer Course Class Details
Length: 44 hours over two weekends.
Class Size: Limited to 8 students.
What's Included: 44 hours instruction with lunch provided.
Motorcycle: Bring your own.
Minimums: Safe motorcycle, DOT-rated or duty-approved helmet, spare plug(s) and basic toolkit (plug wrench, etc.), appropriate fuel load, eye protection, pants, long shirt, over-the-ankle boots (MX style recommended). Knee, elbow, and chest armor recommended. Hydration bladder (CamelBak, etc.) recommended year round.
Location: Burlington, NC
Please bring your;
Proof of insurance
Waiver for your company (if applicable)
Ear buds (like from your ipod, that will fit in helmet)
Camel back / hydration system is recommended
You will need to wear;
Helmet that meets the DOT safety standard
Long sleeve shirt or jacket
Full fingered gloves
Over the ankle boots
Please get a good night sleep before and be well hydrated for class and conduct a pre-ride safety inspection of your motorcycle before arriving:
T - tires and wheels
C - controls
L - lights and electrics
O - oil and other fluids
C - chain and chasis
K - kickstand
Basic Motor Officer Course, Burlington 4/11/201516 pictures
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