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BRC vs. Riders Edge

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Old 05-13-2012, 07:18 PM
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Default BRC vs. Riders Edge

Who took what?

The Riders edge is about $50 more expensive than the BRC, but has more availability (more spots in classes). It also has about 10 more hours of class time.

The BRC has almost no (if any) spots available...and is slightly cheaper.

Both would allow me to get my license for taking them and passing them.


Did anybody take the Riders edge? BRC? What were your thoughts?

Thanks!
 
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Old 05-13-2012, 07:26 PM
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I took the MSF basic rider course, it's a good way to get your license and you will learn a lot if you haven't ridden street before.
 
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Old 05-26-2012, 01:16 AM
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I took the MSF BRC last weekend.
Even after 1.2k miles under my belt, I learned so much from the course.
Builds and boosts confidence and makes you A LOT safer.
Used a dual sport to learn on, and let me tell you...
2 days of riding that dirt bike lookin thing, then getting back on my cbr the handlebars felt so tiny and close together haha
Both courses are probably about the same thing since they offer the same dmv benefits.
I don't know about Riders edge, but MSF also gets you 10% off insurance in my state.
 
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