(A) The basic rider course two (BRC-2) curriculum shall be approved by the director and shall include, at a minimum, five hours of range work in the following topics:
(1) Control at low speed;
(2) Stopping quickly;
(3) Limited-space maneuvers;
(4) Cornering judgment;
(5) Cornering finesse;
(6) Stopping quickly in a curve;
(7) Hazard avoidance: swerving and stopping quickly;
(8) Multiple curves;
(9) Alcohol/drug effects.
(B) Such material shall not be taught out of sequence or modified by instructors unless authorized by the motorcycle Ohio coordinator or there are serious weather conditions.
(C) The BRC-2 shall have the following instructor to student ratio:
(1) One instructor may instruct no fewer than two students and no more than six students and six passengers. Two instructors shall instruct no more than twelve students and twelve passengers;
(2) The maximum capacity for on-cycle instruction is twelve students and twelve passengers. Only those students with a valid motorcycle endorsement or motorcycle-only license may carry a passenger.
(D) Students shall have a valid temporary instruction motorcycle identification card (TIPIC), motorcycle endorsement or a motorcycle-only license prior to participating in range instruction.
(E) Instructors and students shall use their own motorcycles during the course. Private providers may allow use of private provider motorcycles.
(F) Every student participating in the BRC-2 range instruction must wear proper riding gear, which includes helmet and eye protection that is in compliance with Chapter 4501-17 of the Administrative Code, sturdy over-the-ankle footwear, long-sleeved shirt or jacket, sturdy full-length pants without holes or tears, and full-fingered gloves.
(G) Students successfully completing the BRC-2 shall be issued a completion card.
(H) Upon completion of the BRC-2, the provider shall submit, electronically, to the department, a student report form .