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Motorcycle Riding Concepts of Fairfax and Dumfries, VA Announces New Web Site to Enroll Motorcycle Rider Training Students

Virginia motorcycle rider training company Motorcycle Riding Concepts (MRC, announced it launched a new version of to more easily enroll motorcycle rider students.

"The new site lets prospective students view, reserve and pay for their motorcycle classes," Motorcycle Riding Concepts president Jesse Bowman said.

"Students can use the site to sign up for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation Basic Rider Course (MSF BRC). The foundation course is Virginia-DMV-approved, meaning graduates get their motorcycle driver permit."

To attain a Virginia motorcycle driver's license the student must pass a written and a driving test. Students who complete MRC's Basic Rider Course receive a Virginia DMV Completion Certificate and an MSF Completion Card. The certificates grant students the right to drive their motorcycle for 30 days after receipt. Riders turn in the certificates at the Virginia DMV to get their Virginia "M" endorsement on their Virginia Driver's License.

MRC offers individual, beginner, advanced and expert motorcycle training. Bowman says that MRC courses help students get their motorcycle riding licenses, but that training emphasizes safety first. MRC's instructors are all metropolitan police motorcycle active duty officers. "Statistics show that riders who receive initial formal training are 50% likely to be involved in a preventable crash," said Bowman. "Our motorcycle riding students learn to ride in rain, snow and bad traffic conditions."

MRC was started in 2004 by 5 active duty police officers who worked in a large metropolitan area. Courses offered and tailored to meet the student needs include new rider, beginner, advanced, expert and individual motorcycle training. "Our motorcycle training gives you the braking, curve negotiation and collision obstacle avoidance. Our motorcycle training graduates attain their motorcycle driver's licenses and stay safe," Bowman said.

For more information visit or call Motorcycle Riding Concepts at (703) 491-9102. Courses are held in Fairfax and Dumfries, Virginia (VA).
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