(A) The basic rider course for returning rider (BRC-RR) curriculum shall be approved by the director and shall include, at a minimum, the following topics:
(1) A classroom portion that covers the following:
(a) Street strategies;
(b) Knowledge test;
(2) A range portion that covers the following:
(a) Matching gears to speed;
(b) Stopping quickly;
(c) Limited-space maneuvers;
(d) Pressing to initiate lean;
(e) Cornering judgment;
(f) Negotiating curves;
(g) Stopping quickly in a curve;
(h) Obstacles and lane changes;
(i) Avoiding hazards;
(j) Skills practice;
(k) Skill test.
(3) Such material shall not be taught out of sequence or modified by instructors, unless authorized by the motorcycle Ohio coordinator.
(B) The BRC-RR shall have the following instructor to student ratio:
(1) Classroom - one instructor may teach a maximum of twenty-four registered students;
(2) Range - one instructor may instruct no fewer than two students nor more than six students on motorcycles. Two instructors shall instruct no more than twelve students on motorcycles;
(3) The maximum capacity for on-cycle instruction is twelve students.
(C) Students shall have a valid temporary instruction motorcycle identification card (TIPIC), a motorcycle endorsement, or a motorcycle-only license prior to participating in range instruction.
(D) Unless otherwise approved by the department, the BRC-RR shall use training motorcycles provided by the provider with 100cc to 500cc engine displacement.
(E) Every student participating in the BRC-RR 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.
(F) Students successfully completing the BRC-RR shall be issued a completion card for the purpose of course verification.
(G) Upon completion of the BRC-RR, the provider shall submit, electronically, to the department, a student report form, in a format prescribed by the director.