MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC


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MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby flw » Fri Sep 10, 2010 4:24 pm



I went to the msf web site and now for some reason the riding course layout is in the instructor (secured) web site. It used to be in the general public section.

Anyone have a url/web address where I can see a typical course layout with dimensions?

Thanks,
Dan



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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby MJSantos » Fri Sep 10, 2010 8:27 pm

Don't know about your state but the one used in PA is:
http://www.pamsp.com/
It's based on the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.

I start Monday myself.

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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby maestro319 » Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:08 pm

Anybody know about Illinois? Course layout? Do they have a trike course?

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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby gareva1 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 10:51 am

flw wrote:I went to the msf web site and now for some reason the riding course layout is in the instructor (secured) web site. It used to be in the general public section.

Anyone have a url/web address where I can see a typical course layout with dimensions?

Thanks,
Dan


What are you looking for in the BRC course layout? I've got a copy of it at home on paper (I'm a ridercoach and have the large book with the diagrams as well as the range cards) and could look it over for you if you are looking for a specific measurement...most courses are already painted ahead of time, and the only thing the RC needs to do is drop the cone on the correct dot.

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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby flw » Mon Sep 13, 2010 11:08 am

There is a open course near my home, minus the cones. I was wanting to run the course but be sure I'm running it from the correct direction.

The course layouts have directional arrows but the painted ashalt doesn't.

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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby gareva1 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 12:11 pm

most of the exercises can be run either direction...the range cards have directional arrows that correspond to a particular exercise, but most of the exercises have a reversal in them anyway, so you end up doing it both directions.

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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Sep 13, 2010 1:12 pm

You can see the courses laid out at Polaris, where I took the ERC, on this Google Map - I don't know if that will be a help or not. They run the ERC on the course on the left, and the BRC on the right, although they look identical to me.

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Re: MSF Rider course layouts either BRC or ERC

Postby starfleetengineer » Mon Sep 13, 2010 3:34 pm

I don't know if yours is ran by Abate or not. But here is Indiana's course. http://www.abateofindiana.org/education/mc_testing.html


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