Yamaha's Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Riding Course
The MSF Basic Rider Course is for students that are new to motorcycling/scootering, or returning to the sport after several years. They do not have to own a motorcycle and they don't have to know how to ride before the class. They must be able to ride a bicycle and have an average level of coordination and balance. They do not have to have a learner permit or license to take this class. In this course, theywill learn how to operate a motorcycle safely, with emphasis on the special skills and mental… Show more attitudes necessary for dealing with traffic. Coaches will start them off with straight-line riding, turning, shifting and stopping. Yamaha's training motorcycle and full-face helmet is provided, but the student must provide full-finger gloves, full length long pants and sleeves, over the ankle durable footwear (not canvas), and a head covering such as a bandana or painters hat.
In the Basic RiderCourse, they will learn:To have more fun by riding their motorcycle safely. The basics: what to wear, how to start and stop the motorcycle, and motorcycle controls. Street strategies to avoid trouble and stay safe. Learn how to maneuver the motorcycle in tough situations.Learn swerving, avoiding collisions, special situations, lane changes, passing, and avoiding hazards.More about the BRCThe Basic RiderCourse is a 14 to 15 hour program, which provides classroom and actual motorcycle operator training in a controlled, off-street environment. No experience is necessary; a good sense of balance is required (you must be able to ride a bicycle).
Here's a short list of some of the topics covered in the course.
Introduction to motorcyclingProtective gear / What to wearControls such as the clutch and brakesPre-ride inspection of your motorcyclePreparing to ride your motorcycle on the class rangeStreet strategies to avoid trouble and stay safeDriving and riding impairments such as use of alcohol and drugsHow to maneuver your motorcycleAvoiding obstaclesLane changesPassingRiding at nightCollision avoidance skillsSwervingSpecial situationsCarrying a passenger or cargoDealing with tire failureDealing with animalsAnd other topics, all included to increase your motorcycle riding enjoyment and safety. About the classThe student can expect to have 5 hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of on-motorcycle instructions. A Rider Handbook will be provided and is yours to keep as a valuable reference after your class. After the classroom and range exercises they will be given a written exam and a riding skills exam. After passing their exams they will be given a MSF Completion Card and State of Georgia waiver card.
Successful completion of a course earns the graduate a MSF Completion Card and State of Georgia waiver card. The waiver card grants a waiver from the Department of Driver Services’ motorcycle licensing written test and on-cycle riding test. It does not waive the vision test or any fees. The card is only valid for 90 days from the day the course ends. Students under the age of 18 who successfully complete the Basic Course Must be at least 17 years of age Before the 90-day waiver period expires to get their license. They must also meet the requirements of Joshua’s Law (Contact Georgia DDS for details).
Terms and ConditionsAllen Air Systems LLC, dba Allen Sales and GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com, 130 Bennington Pass, Tyrone, Ga 30290, herein known as GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com, is contracting to provide Yamaha Motorsports Group, 1270 Chastain Road, Kennesaw, Ga 30144, herein know as Yamaha training for its employees, employee families, and guest with training consisting of the MSF Basic Course. The MSF Basic Rider Course is for students that are new to motorcycling/scootering, or returning to the sport after several years. The students do not have to own a motorcycle and don't have to know how to ride before the class. However they must be able to ride a bicycle and have an average level of coordination and balance. A training motorcycle and full-face helmet will be provided for each student by Yamaha, but the student must provide full-finger gloves, full length long pants and sleeves, over the ankle durable footwear (not canvas), and a head covering such as a bandana or painters hat.These services are being provide by GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com for up to 8 students per class on a per class flat rate fee paid. The instruction and training will be typical in duration and schedule of a MSF Basic Riding Courses. Students can expect to have 5 hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours of on-motorcycle instructions. A Rider Handbook will be provided by Yamaha and is the students to keep as a valuable reference after their class. After the classroom and range exercises the student will be given a written exam and a riding skills exam. After passing their exams they will be given a MSF Completion Card and State of Georgia waiver card. The waiver card grants a waiver from the Department of Driver Services’ motorcycle licensing written test and on-cycle riding test. It does not waive the vision test or any fees. The card is only valid for 90 days from the day the course ends. Students under the age of 18 who successfully complete the Basic Course Must be at least 17 years of age Before the 90-day waiver period expires to get their license. They must also meet the requirements of Joshua’s Law (Contact Georgia DDS for Details).
Attendance/Lateness POLICYEach student registered by Yamaha has a reserved seat at a particular event. for a particular day and time. They are expected to be at the class for those dates and times. It is their responsibility to arrive before class begins. Being late to the start of any portion of the course, may result in them being dropped from the course per MSF requirements and the RiderCoach’s judgment. There is no time in these classes to review missed material. Classes start promptly. Due to variables beyond our control, such as weather, some course times may need to be extended. The student should allow additional time in their course schedule in case a session runs later than scheduled. Class hours may be extended or adjusted during any session. We ask that they do not commit to any other appointments on the days or evenings of their scheduled Classes.
Cancellation POLICYGeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com reserves the right to cancel any and all classes. In rare cases it may be necessary for us to cancel a class. In these cases, we will make a reasonable attempt to find alternative meeting times, dates and/or locations for affected students but cannot guarantee we will be able to accommodate everyone. If GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com cancels or reschedules a course, Yamaha may choose to reschedule or receive a refund as long as a class has not begun. If GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com has to reschedule after a class begins, the class can only be rescheduled. GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com will not pay for or reimburse students for any incidental or consequential expenses or damages related to the cancellation or rescheduling of their Class.
Rescheduling POLICYYamaha may reschedule or cancel a class before the class starts. GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com will refund fees paid by Yamaha minus any unrecoverable expenses GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com has Incurred.
Counseling Out Of Class POLICYMotorcycling is not for everyone. The course is conducted at a pace that results in successful completion for most novice riders. The Coaches will help the student learn to the best of their ability. However, if they have significant difficulty or become a risk to themselves or others, as determined by them or their Ridercoach, they will not be permitted to continue to ride. Some students may discover this for themselves during the course. At other times, struggling or uncertain students may be counseled out and unable to continue in the riding sessions. Our trained coaches are required to maintain the safety of all participants. Any student creating an unsafe condition, as determined by the coaches, will not be allowed to continue in the course. There are No refunds or reschedules available for non-completion of the course.
NO Guarantee Of LICENSEAlthough successful completion of a GMSP-approved course from GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com currently serves to waive the DDS riding skill test and knowledge test, GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com does not guarantee that completion of our program will ensure the individual will be issued a license in the State of Georgia. This means that if they successfully complete the requirements of our course we will issue you a Georgia DDS Motorcycle Safety Program Waiver card showing they successfully completed the course. When taken to the DDS office the DDS should reissue their driver license with the motorcycle endorsement and without them having to take their written and riding exam assuming they are qualified to have or are qualified to continue to have a license in the state of Georgia. The State of Georgia has the final say in issuing any and all license. There are No refunds for failure of the State of Georgia to issue a Georgia motorcycle license to the student.
STUDENTS Under The Age Of 18If a student is under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian Must accompany the student to the first class meeting to sign a waiver form. Students under the age of 18 will Not be allowed to attend unless a parent or legal guardian is present at the first classroom session and signs all waivers (No Exceptions). Students under the age of 18 that successfully complete the Basic RiderCourse earn a 90-day License Waiver. However, to get their license, the student must be at least 17 years of age Before the 90-day waiver expires. They must also comply with the requirements of Joshua’s Law. There are No refunds for failure to comply or qualify to this Section.
Intentional Unsafe ACTPlease note that unsafe acts will result in the dismissal of the student. There are No refunds for failure to comply or qualify to this Section.
Motorcycle Loan Agreementyamaha is providing motorcycles for use by the students during the class at no cost to GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com. These motorcycles will be properly equipped to meet the State of Georgia Motor Vehicle Code and will meet the MSF requirements for approved training motorcycles. Yamaha will provide all routine maintenance and damage repair at no cost to GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com. GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com will provide MSF Training Motorcycle Loss/Physical Damage Insurance if approved and agreed to by MSF. If not approved or agreed to by MSF, no such insurance will be provided and Yamaha assumes all responsibility for the cost for any loss or physical damage incurred. The 2013 MSF coverage is as follows;
If approved and agreed to by MSF, the MSF loss plan is based on a co-payment plan between the MSF and the Yamaha. The MSF is responsible for 80% of each claim and Yamaha is responsible for 20% of each claim over $100. Yamaha is liable for all claims $100 or less. MSF includes transportation coverage (aka: “domino coverage”). The net dealer cost or current wholesale value of the training motorcycle, including shipping costs, will be reimbursed in the event of a total loss, not to exceed $4,000. Participation is limited to sponsor or state programs that are also covered under the liability and blanket accident policies. The decision to add loaned training motorcycles to the physical damage policy must be made when the motorcycles are acquired. Training motorcycles owned by Yamaha or state program must be certified to be damage-free when coverage under this policy begins. Personal motorcycles are not covered. The information on the Training Motorcycle Loss/Physical Damage Agreement form must be provided in full. All damage claims must be accompanied by two written estimates from currently authorized dealers of the brand of motorcycle involved. Motorcycles should not be repaired until given approval from MSF or the manufacturer. A copy of the police report must be provided in the event of a stolen motorcycle. Incident Reports are compared with all claims received. If a claim does not have an incident report to justify the repair, the claim may not be paid. An Incident Report must be submitted to the MSF within 48 hours of the incident. Failure to do so can result in termination of Yamaha from this coverage. Pictures must be provided if the repair estimate exceeds $750.00. Excluded from coverage are repairs that: (1) are covered by the manufacturer’s warranty, (2) are part of recommended owner maintenance, or (3) result from normal training Usage.
Additional Experienced Rider Course Terms & Conditionsstudent must have at least 6 months and 500 miles riding experienceHave a street legal motorcycle (it will be inspected; check with you local state trooper office for details)Provide proof of ownership of the motorcycle to be used in the course, or proof of ownership and written permission from the owner for you to use the bike, and provide proof of liability insurance for the motorcycle covering you while you use it.Bring a parent or legal guardian to the course if under 18Have a valid driver’s license or motorcycle permitWear a Dot approved helmet (it will be inspected, no novelty or non-DOT helmets)Eye protection (face shield, goggles, or glasses)Wear full fingered gloves, preferably leatherWear long sleeved shirt or jacketWear sturdy full length pants (no shorts)Wear leather boots that cover your anklesBe in proper state of mind and not under the influence of legal or illegal drugs, medicine, or alcohol
WAIVER & Indemnificationby registering to participate in any activity or course offered by GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com, Yamaha, and each student and/or the parents of a student under the age of 18 must agree to the following and be willing to sign the following Waiver and Indemnification. ____________________________________________________________________________________motorcycle Safety Course Waiver & Indemnification rev. 08/08Participation in this course requires physical stamina, motor coordination, and mental alertness. The undersigned hereby attests that he/she has no known physical or mental limitations and has not used any form of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs that could impair his/her performance in this course. Participants under 18 years of age must have this form signed by a parent or guardian.I. Read Carefully: This Section Is A Legal Release, Assumption Of Risk, Waiver And Covenant Not To Sue Agreementin consideration of Allen Air Systems LLC d.b.a Allen Sales and GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the owner of the training motorcycle, and the owner of the land upon which training occurs, including their members, employees, officers and/or agents (the “Safety Course Providers”), furnishing services, equipment, and/or curriculum to enable me to participate in the Motorcycle Safety Course, I agree as follows:I fully understand and acknowledge that: (a) there are Dangers And Risk Of Injury, Damage, Or Death that exist in my use of motorcycles and motorcycle equipment and my participation in the Motorcycle Safety Course activities; (b) my participation in such activities and/or use of such equipment may result in injury or illness including, but not limited to, Bodily Injury, Disease, Strains, Fractures, Partial Or Total Paralysis, Other Ailments That Could Cause Serious Disability, Or Death; (c) these risks and dangers may be caused by the negligence of the Safety Course Providers; the negligence of others, including other Safety Course participants; and may arise from foreseeable or unforeseeable causes; and (d) by participating in these activities and/or using the equipment, I, on behalf of myself, my personal representatives and my heirs, hereby assume all risks and all responsibility, and agree to release the Safety Course Providers for any injuries, losses and/or damages, including those caused solely or in part by the negligence of the Safety Course Providers, or any other person. If I have brought a motorcycle to use in the Safety Course, I also agree that this release applies to any damage that occurs to it during the Safety Course.I agree and understand that, on behalf of myself, my personal representatives and my heirs, I am relinquishing any and all rights I now have or may have in the future to sue the Safety Course Providers for any and all injury, damage, or death I may suffer arising from motorcycle riding or its equipment, including claims based on the Safety Course Providers’ negligence.I Have Read This Release Agreement And By Signing Below I Agree It Is My Intention To Assume All Risks And Release The Above-Named Safety Course Providers From Liability For Personal Injury, Property Damage Or Wrongful Death Caused By Negligence Or Any Other Cause. I have had the opportunity to ask any questions about the above waiver and release and I understand its terms and meaning.____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ (Participant Name – Please Print) (Participant Signature)______________________ _____________________________________________________ ________________________________(Date) (Signature of parent or legal guardian if less than 18 years old) (Relationship)II. Read Carefully: This Section Is An Indemnification And Hold Harmless Agreementin consideration of Allen Air Systems LLC d.b.a Allen Sales and GeorgiaMotorcycleRiders.com, the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, the owner of the training motorcycle, and the owner of the land upon which training occurs, including their members, employees, officers and/or agents (the “Safety Course Providers”), furnishing services, equipment, and/or curriculum to enable me to participate in the Motorcycle Safety Course, I agree as follows:I, on behalf of myself, my personal representatives and my heirs, agree to hold harmless, defend, and indemnify the Safety Course Providers from any and all claims, suits, or causes of action by others for bodily injury, property damage, or other damages which may arise out of my use of motorcycles and motorcycle equipment or my participation in the Motorcycle Safety Course activities, including claims arising from the Safety Course Providers’ or any other party’s negligence.I Have Read This Indemnification And Hold Harmless Agreement And By Signing I Agree It Is My Intention To Accept Legal Responsibility And Pay For Any Loss For Claims Or Lawsuits Against The Above-Named Safety Course Providers Arising From My Participation In The Motorcycle Safety Course. I have had the opportunity to ask any questions about the indemnification and hold harmless section and I understand its terms and meaning.____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ (Participant Name – Please Print) (Participant Signature)______________________ _____________________________________________________ ________________________________(Date) (Signature of parent or legal guardian if less than 18 years old) (Relationship)
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