For all classes: ALL Required academic material
For First Gear, BRC, Basic Bike Bonding courses:
Weekday classes available , call for pricing & scheduling
***ALL Scheduled BRC CLASSES HAVE A 4 STUDENT MINIMUM***
Classes with less than 4 students will be considered Private classes and priced accordingly.
ALL students are required to provide:
VALID Drivers license or Learners Permit
SKILLS Practice, UBBRC, & ARC students must provide:
If the motorcycle being used is not owned by the student, a letter must be provided by the owner authorizing use of vehicle for training.
PCMT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO MOTORCYCLE OR ANY Other MATERIALS not provided by PCMT!!
Panama City Motorcycle Training/Ride 2 Wheels
Motorcycling is a sport, and as such those who participate in the sport must by physically fit. Students enough to be able to walk at least 200' without being overly burdened, and be able to withstand the environment.
The Basic Riders Course (BRC) is the only course that makes use of a classroom but still requires the student to outside in the weather for at least 5 hours per day, in the heat and cold. All other courses may be conducted entirely outside.
***BRC Students may provide their own motorcycle/ scooter
so long as the following conditions are met:
1. Student must provide proof of insurance on the motorcycle/scooter.
a. If motorcycle is borrowed; student must have written permission from the owner to use the motorcycle.
2. Motorcycle must pass inspection by PCMT employee (PCMT must be notified in advance so that an inspection may be conducted prior to the beginning of class). For inspection criteria visit https://msf-usa.org/downloads/T-CLOCS_Inspection_Checklist.pdf
3. Motorcycle must fit rider. Motorcycles that are deemed too big or too small by PCMT will not be allowed on the range.
4. It is civil offense to ride a motorcycle without a motorcycle proper endorsement. If caught, operating a motorcycle without the proper endorsement could result in $600 fine and Jail time.
To legally transport a motorcycle class the motorcycle must be either transported in a truck or trailer, or be ridden by a licensed rider