Advanced Rider Course-U

Motorcycle Course for Killeen, Harker Heights, Belton, Copperas Cove, Georgetown, Waco, Temple, and all of Central Texas!


The Advanced Rider Course U is the next step in your evolution as a rider.   The ARCU supports lifelong learning toward
safer, more responsible riding, while providing for rider development in the
areas of Risk Management, Safety Strategies, and Skill Development.  

The goal of the ARCU is to assist riders in learning how to better handle their personal motorcycle on the road
and at low speeds, while focusing on skills such as  braking, swerving, management of curves,
and even personal behaviors and attitude,  plus much more!
Old habits die hard?  Riders will also be working on recognizing and removing the 'bad habits'
that they may have obtained over time.

 Even the most experienced rider should come away from the ARCU with insight into
how to make the ride a safer one!

**Note:  You must have completed the Basic Rider Course, and have the M Certification on your license in order to take the Advanced Rider Course


. **Department of the Army POV Task Force has affirmed that the ARC will substitute for the Military Sport Bike Course for sport bike riders,
and will be the equivalent of the BRC2 for Non-Sport bikes.

Discounts may be given by Insurance Companies for taking the ARC.

Join us for an Exciting Day of Motorcycle Learning!

*PLEASE NOTE: A class MAY cancel if enough students do not enroll for a particular date, and
ALL times are approximate EXCEPT for the initial class start time.


Saturday  -   March 26, 2022

   Saturday  -   May 28th, 2022

The ARCU is a One Day Class

8:00 am - 5 pm


(lunch time will be scheduled on class day)

An ARC may be scheduled on dates different from above for groups of 4 or more.
Please call TMS for more information,  254-526-7800


Long pants (preferably denim with no tears or holes), long sleeved shirt, full finger gloves (no tears or holes),
a DOT approved helmet, and shoes that cover the ankle (no canvas or cloth).

**Personal motorcycles are used in this course, and must pass inspection and be in good mechanical condition, and have enough fuel
to complete the course. Students must show proof of insurance and registration for their machines at the start of class.
*A class may cancel if enough students do not enroll for a particular date.