Advanced Rider's Course

The ARC is a one-day course that complements a rider's basic skills and helps with personal risk assessment. It includes a fast-paced classroom segment with several interactive activities. This segment is to improve perception and hazard awareness. It includes range of exercises to enhance both basic skills and crash avoidance skills. The class emphasizes improving braking and cornering finesse.

The course is beneficial for riders on any type of street motorcycle.

ARC Requirements

The GMSP requires every student to:

  • Sign and date a course waiver form

  • Bring a parent or legal guardian to the first session if you are under the age of 18

  • Wear a DOT approved helmet

  • Wear eye protection (face shield, goggles, or glasses)

  • Wear full-fingered gloves which allow good grip and control manipulation

  • Wear a long-sleeved shirt or jacket which covers the upper torso/arms

  • Wear sturdy pants which cover the entire leg in the seated position

  • Wear over the ankle footwear (Please no high top sneakers)

  • Riders are advised to bring cold-weather gear, water, snacks, and sunscreen.

  • Your street-legal motorcycle will be inspected by your Rider Coach using the Download this pdf file.TCLOCS inspection form . Please inspect your motorcycle before the class, fill out the form, and bring it with you.

  • Bring Motorcycle Registration or proof of ownership and valid insurance.

  • If using another person’s motorcycle please bring

    • a notarized letter of permission

    • proof of insurance that covers the course participant.

Course fees

  • $100.00: Enrollment fee

  • $100.00: Out-of-state Fee


Register online or call 678-413-8400.

Additional Information:

  • Class is conducted in optimal weather conditions only.  (no precipitation) A rain date will be pre-determined. This is to ensure that threshold braking and advanced turning can be explored with the the greatest traction available.
  • Note: There is no time or mileage required between courses. Each course can be completed right after a previous one.