Health & Safety

August 8, 2014

Motorcycle Advanced Rider Course scheduled

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Another Motorcycle Advanced Rider Course has been scheduled for Aug. 13.
Military and DOD civilians may register for this course; however, military will be given priority when registration approval takes place.

You will receive a confirmation email if you are approved. †Per AFI 91-207, Table 4.1., this course is mandatory for military riders who have taken the Basic Rider Course.†Although the class is geared towards the sport bike rider, it is open to all two-wheeled riders.

Seats are limited to 12 students on a first-come-first-serve basis. You must self-register through the Cape Fox Website at http://www.capefoxtraining.com/registration/index/25 to attend.

It is a one day, eight-hour course designed to enhance performance capabilities related to cornering, braking and hazard avoidance. You must have your own bike, PPE and have completed the Basic Rider Course.†Bring water to hydrate yourself.

Civilians must take leave, with supervisor’s approval, when attending this course.

For more information, contact Al Lederman, 412th Test Wing Safety Office, at 661-77-5049 or Connie Hinderman at the Base Education Office, at 661-277-2050.




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