Hill AFB is now the first Air Force Base to offer a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) 3-Wheel Certified training program according to the Air Force Safety Center. Hill has the only MSF Certified 3-Wheel BRC rider coach in the Air Force and the state of Utah that we know about.
Like MSF Motorcycle Safety courses, this 3-Wheeled BRC course is approved MSF training and is free of charge for eligible riders. To be eligible the rider must be a military member, military dependant, DoD, nonappropriated fund (NAF), Department of the Air Force civilian rider or a base contractor.
The courses will be offered Aug. 30-31 and Sept. 27-28.
The personal protective equipment requirements are the same as motorcycle IAW AFI 91-207 requirements.
The MSF 3-Wheel Basic RiderCourse is a basic 3-wheel motorcycle training and education course. It provides the same fundamental skills as the MSF Basic RiderCourse, but on 3-wheeled motorcycle.
The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) defines the term "3-Wheel Motorcycle" for 3WBRC purposes:
A 3-wheel motorcycle must meet the following design requirements to be eligible to attend the 3-WBRC:
1. Three-track wheel orientation (leaves three separate tracks during straight-line operation)
Dual wheels may be front or rear
What does 3WBRC consist of?
Classroom and hands-on instruction with riding exercises that last approximately eight hours with a written knowledge and riding skill test.
A completion card will be issued upon successful completion of written and riding tests.
Classes are small with only three riders per class so you will receive personalized instruction.
Some insurance companies offer a discount on motorcycle insurance if you have completed a MSF course, does yours?
For more information and sign-up, please go to: https://www2.hill.af.mil/moto/app/index.php.