Motorcycle Safety Foundation | Beyond Basic
Basic RiderCourse 2-License Waiver
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Basic RiderCourse 2-License Waiver (BRC2-License Waiver) is a unique riding curriculum offered through the New Mexico Motorcycle Safety Program (NMMSP) and qualifies as a New Mexico MVD License Testing Waiver.
Designed for individuals that are actively riding or have street riding experience, possessing some street riding skills.
- 8-hour Course starts with an eCourse you complete online before attending in-person instruction. A link will be sent via email at the time of registration.
- On-motorcycle exercises designed to further develop your riding skills on your own motorcycle in a secure riding setting.
- Riding exercises conclude with a skills test.
- Successful completion of a BRC2-License Waiver course qualifies you for a motorcycle license test-waiver with the New Mexico MVD.
In order to obtain your motorcycle license after training you must:
- Bring your own (or borrow) a motorcycle/scooter and use it for the BRC2 riding range exercises.
- Possess a valid New Mexico State Driver License.
- Pass the Basic eCourse Knowledge Test (On-line).
- Pass a BRC2-License Waiver Skill Evaluation, as part of this course.
What you Need to Bring
- A motorcycle. (If the motorcycle is not registered in the student’s name, then a notarized letter of permission to use the motorcycle in the training class must be provided from the registered owner).
- Your valid Driver’s License.
- A valid motorcycle registration.
- A valid motorcycle’s insurance card.
- A DOT-compliant motorcycle helmet.
- Eye protection (face shield or goggles).
- A long sleeve shirt or jacket.
- Full-fingered gloves.
- Durable long pants.
- Over the ankle footwear (one inch above the ankle).
- Rain gear. Classes run rain or shine.
Find a License Waiver Course Near You
NMMSP expects to train 2,000 motorcyclists per year and operates nine training sites throughout New Mexico.