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Old 02-08-2007, 08:10 PM   #21
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Old 02-08-2007, 08:11 PM   #22
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BRC I did fine - the ERC was what got me, and it was almost two years and 30k+ miles later. I guess I was a little cocky.
what's BRC and ERC?
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Old 02-08-2007, 08:12 PM   #23
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what's BRC and ERC?
BRC = Basic Rider Course
ERC = Experienced Rider Course

ERC was only one day (and a short day at that), costs less, and I used it to get out of a ticket instead of defensive driving.
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goodness^^^ didnt you pay attention in class, noob^^
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BRC = Basic Rider Course
ERC = Experienced Rider Course

ERC was only one day (and a short day at that), costs less, and I used it to get out of a ticket instead of defensive driving.
sounds MUCH funner than going to some comedy club and wasting a day watching comedians make road rage jokes.
where did you take your courses, one of my friends is looking into taking MSF...or BRC.
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goodness^^^ didnt you pay attention in class, noob^^
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while ya'll were learning how to stop on curves, i was learning what a fatboy was.
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I took my BRC down at the Ft Bend County Fair Grounds. Not sure of the company name.

The ERC was through Spring Branch ISD, and I took it over by Campbell just north of I10 (?)...

I also got another ticket on the bike five minutes after leaving the class that I was taking to dismiss a ticket! ARGH!
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I took my BRC down at the Ft Bend County Fair Grounds. Not sure of the company name.

The ERC was through Spring Branch ISD, and I took it over by Campbell just north of I10 (?)...

I also got another ticket on the bike after leaving the class that I was taking to dismiss a ticket! ARGH!
how much was the BRC?
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how much was the BRC?
It was almost 3 years ago... maybe $155?
I found this link with the info...

http://www.texasmtc.com/

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The fee for the Basic Rider Course is $190.00 and the Experienced Rider Course is $80.00. This fee is non-refundable and required prior to the class session to reserve your place in the class.
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how much was the BRC?
Used to be $155. It's gone up to $190 now. Ours are $160-$180.

And I agree about the Buells. Never did care for them as training bikes.
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And I agree about the Buells. Never did care for them as training bikes.
I guess that's the best choice for class given by HD, though.
I think I took mine on a 125cc Suzuki standard/cruiser. I remember that my knees were as high (or higher) than my waist on the tiny bike.
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road cones.. you kidding me? have you seen houston latly? there all over the place haha
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what the heck is that suppose to mean? it thought we were getting places?
well anyway.. i am gettin my bike tomorrow, and i see that you are going riding sat. Dont be suprised if you find yourself on the back of a Yamaha 600 Riding it and the pilot later in the night.

i gotta go to SI talk to yall later
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ya ok.. tell ya what, she will be on a yami 600, mine, and she will be riding the pilot later too.. but it will be me.

1 she aint going to go for that
2 if you think you are going to take her by force :laughing6 better bring all your little college buddies along. your going to need them.


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