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Workshops > Advanced Rider Course (ARC)

ARC-East Peoria  

What is the Advanced Rider Course (ARC)?
The Advanced Rider Course (ARC) focuses on advanced braking, cornering, and perceptual skills. You will learn to use body positioning to manage traction and improve handling, and have multiple opportunities to self-assess your riding skills, risk taking behaviors, and attitudes.

This high challenge, low threat course was originally developed for military sport bike riders and has recently been adapted for civilians.

You will ride your own sport, cruiser, standard, or touring bike in this exciting nine-hour course.

Who is eligible to enroll in the ARC?
This course is for riders with on-street experience who have a valid motorcycle license and can provide a street legal motorcycle in good mechanical repair. A DOT approved helmet, proof of current motorcycle registration, valid insurance and a completed motorcycle safety inspection checklist (checklist provided prior to the class) are required without exception.

A valid motorcycle license is required to take the ARC. Completion of the ARC does not waive the test requirements for obtaining a motorcycle license through the Secretary of State but may qualify you for an insurance discount.

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Class Location
Illinois Central College
Dirksen Hall 5
1 College Drive
East Peoria, IL

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ARC-East Peoria
2 OPEN SEATS - Registration is closed at this time, however, walk-ins are welcome. Please arrive 20 minutes before class start time.
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  Class meeting times:
Sunday, October 20 from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
  Fee: $20.00
  Location: Dirksen Hall, Dirksen 5
  1 College Drive, East Peoria, IL 61635