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Rider Education of New Jersey Inc.The more you know the better it gets RIDER EDUCATION OF NEW JERSEY INC.1-800-8WE-RIDEwww.renj.comClasses at Piscataway,Randolph, Lincroft, Newton,North Branch & Washington **New Location****New Motorcycle Safety Courses seHone your skills Be a lifetime learnerThe Intermediate RiderCourse (BBBRC) is designed to help you develop basic motorcycle riding skills. Theexercises focus on a variety of cornering skills and limited-space maneuvers. By the end of the course, youshould be able to handle a motorcycle well enough to negotiate normal street and traffic situations.The Ultimate RiderCourse (UBBRC) is the most advanced motorcycle RiderCourse we offer. The ridingexercises focus on limited-space maneuvers, modeled after police training courses. Through progressivelychallenging exercises, you develop smooth and precise control and learn more about the limits of your abilitiesand your bike's capability.Take a look inside for more information on these courses, as well as the Basic RiderCourseand our other offerings.Register for our courses online at www.RENJ.com.RIDER EDUCATION OF NEW JERSEY INCP.O. BOX 1400EDISON, NJ 08818-1400NONPROFIT ORG.U.S. POSTAGEPAIDNEW BRUNSWICK, NJPERMIT NO. 60Approved Motorcycle Safety Foundation and NJ MotorcycleSafety Education Program classes.Classes offered at:Middlesex County Vo-Tech SchoolCounty College of MorrisBrookdale Community CollegeSussex County Community CollegeRaritan Valley Community CollegeWarren County Technical School **New Location**Visa, MasterCard, Discover & AMEX.

Page 2Rider Education invites you to EXPERIENCE MOTORCYCLING www.renj.com1-800-8WE-RIDELearn to Ride or Learn to Ride Better!WHY MOTORCYCLESAFETY COURSESAn extensive study of motorcycle accidentsconducted by the University of California (USC)revealed that over 90% of all motorcycle accidentsinvolved motorcyclists who were self-taught ortaught by a friend or relative. They had no formalmotorcycle training. The study also revealed thatthe majority of motorcyclists didn’t know how toproperly brake, turn or swerve. The studyconcluded that many motorcycle accidents couldhave been avoided or been less severe if the riderwore the proper riding gear and possessed thosethree key riding skills.As a result of this study, the Motorcycle SafetyFoundation developed motorcycle safety coursesthat teach these key skills, some dos and don’ts,street-riding strategies and much, much, more.RENJ offers the Motorcycle Safety Foundationcourses at the following locations: Middlesex County Vo-Tech in Piscataway County College of Morris in Randolph Brookdale Community College in Lincroft Warren County Tech School in Washington Sussex County Community College inNewton Raritan Valley Community College inBranchburg/North BranchHow To RegisterLook over the information and decide whichcourse and location you are interested in. If youhave access to the internet, you can register onlineat: www.renj.com. If you do not wish to registeronline, please fill out both sides of the application.If you are paying by credit card, you can fax yourapplication into our office. You can also registerby mailing the application with a money order orusing one of the credit cards listed above. Eachclass has limited seating and registration is on afirst come, first served basis. Classes fill upquickly.What is the eCourse anddo I have to take it?The Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) BasiceCourse is now included in the Basic RiderCourse(BRC) curriculum presented by RENJ. TheeCourse is an approximately 3 hour interactiveonline course that will provide you with the basicsof motorcycling. This is the required first step inyour Basic RiderCourse.Once you register for a BRC with RENJ, youwill be emailed a link and your personal couponcode which will allow you to register for theeCourse on MSF’s website. There is no additionalcharge for the eCourse when taken in conjunctionwith your BRC from RENJ utilizing the code weprovide. DO NOT put your credit card number onthe MSF website, as the site will charge you for theeCourse. Neither MSF nor RENJ will provide arefund for any personally purchased Basic eCourseregistration fees, so be sure to carefully follow theinstructions emailed to you.Your eCourse completion certificate is only goodfor 30 days. If your BRC is more than 30 daysafter the date on your certificate, you will need tocomplete the eCourse again before the first day ofyour BRC. You can log back in to your account onMSF’s website to retake the course for no charge.Bring your printed eCourse certificate with youto the first day of your scheduled BRC. If you donot have your eCourse certificate with you on thefirst day of class you may not qualify for othercertifications issued by the course.The eCourse will prepare you for yourmotorcycle journey like never before. We areexcited to start this adventure with you.Basic RiderCourseThe Basic RiderCourse (BRC) is designed toteach the novice motorcyclist the skills required toride in a safe manner on the street. The course ofinstruction takes the beginning rider through thebasics of motorcycle operation, straight line riding,turning, shifting, braking and safe riding strategies.The course consists of approximately 3 hours of athome interactive training (the MSF Basic eCourse),5 hours of classroom instruction and ten hours ofactual hands-on training. Due to the demandingnature of the course, roughly 20 hours are requiredto administer the program on site with time beingallocated for breaks, lunch and weather conditions.You will start your BRC at home by completing theeCourse on the Motorcycle Safety Foundation’swebsite. You will need to print your certificate ofcompletion from your eCourse and bring it withyou to class. *See “What is the eCourse and do Ihave to take it?” on this page.The BRC program provides helmets, motorcycles(100cc to 250cc) and instructional material forstudent use.All our RiderCoaches are experiencedmotorcycle operators who are nationally certifiedby the Motorcycle Safety Foundation as well asbeing certified by the State of New Jersey.Successful completion of the Basic RiderCoursewaives the need for the graduate to take the NJMVC road test and written test, as well asproviding the opportunity to receive an insurancediscount with many motorcycle insurancecompanies. (Please check with your insuranceprovider, as some providers do not offer discounts.)Students will still need to return to MVC to turn inthe waiver and obtain a license, as RENJ is not aMVC agency and does not provide licenses.Students must provide: Auto Driver’s License OR validatedmotorcycle permit MSF Basic eCourse Certificate of Completion Full-fingered gloves (no fingerless gloves) Sturdy over-the-ankle boots Long sturdy pants (jeans are best - no leggingsor sweatpants) Long sleeve shirt OR jacket Eye protection (sunglasses or safety glasses) Rain gear (optional – if needed) Lunch, Snacks and DrinksTo be eligible to enroll, a student must be at least17 years old and will require written parentalpermission up to age 18.The course is physically demanding. Studentsshould be in good health and be able to ride abicycle. The RiderCoach will make the finaldetermination if the student will be allowed toparticipate in the riding portion of the course. Allcourse requirements must be met, and 100%attendance is required, for successful completion.Tuition: 325NO PERMIT NEEDED FORTHE BASIC RIDERCOURSE!!!As of September 26th, 2011, NJ MVC has removedthe need for participants to obtain a motorcyclepermit prior to taking the Basic RiderCourse,providing you already hold a valid Auto License.If you DO NOT have an Auto License, you willneed to obtain a validated motorcycle permit(passing the written and vision test) prior to takingthe Basic RiderCourse. While students from ALLSTATES are welcome to participate in RENJRiderCourses, only students with a valid NJ AutoLicense qualify for a waiver of the written and roadtests from NJ MVC once they pass the BasicRiderCourse. You will still need a validated permitshould you choose to practice riding outside of theBasic RiderCourse or 3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse.3 Wheel Basic RiderCourseRENJ offers the 3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse(3WBRC). This course is the best place for a newrider to begin once they have made the decision toride a 3 wheeled motorcycle. The 3WBRC is a 2day course offered on our trikes.Students must provide: Auto Driver’s License OR validated motorcyclepermit Full-fingered gloves (no cut offs) Sturdy over-the-ankle boots Long sturdy pants (jeans are best - no leggingsor sweatpants) Long sleeve shirt OR jacket Eye protection (sunglasses or safety glasses) Rain gear (optional – if needed) Lunch, Snacks and DrinksThe 3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse consists of 4 hoursof classroom activities and up to 8 hours of on-cycleriding exercises. Students must pass the knowledgeand skills tests for successful completion. Thiscourse qualifies for the NJ road test and written testwaiver for a 3 wheeled motorcycle endorsement.Successful completion may lead to an insurancediscount.Please see page 6 for some exciting news about ournew relationship with Can-Am and their discountedtuition program.Tuition: 350Additional PracticeRiderCourseWhat exactly is the Additional PracticeRiderCourse (APRC)? The APRC is an extensionof the Basic Rider Course that serves two purposes.For those riders who wish to get in a little morepractice before venturing onto the roadways on theirown, this class offers an additional day of rangeexercises on RENJ motorcycles. For students whocompleted the BRC, (passed the written test, butwere unsuccessful in the Skills Evaluation) thisclass is your opportunity for a day of practice and toretake the Skills Evaluation. The APRC is a one dayclass composed of range exercises, additionalpractice time and coaching, followed up with askills evaluation. By the end of class each studentshould be able to measure the progress they havemade and re-evaluate their needs as it pertains tobecoming a skilled motorcyclist.To be eligible to take the APRC for the NJ written& road test waiver you must have completed theBRC within the past 180 days. Successfulcompletion of the BRC is not a requirement, buthaving attended the class in its entirety is. A MVCroad test waiver may be issued to those whosuccessfully complete the APRC if they did notreceive one already in their recent BRC. The APRCwill be a fun class allowing you more time topractice and develop your riding skills.The APRC is available at our Piscatawaylocation. You will need to call the RENJ office toschedule yourself for the APRC.1-800-8WE-RIDE.Tuition: 125

Rider Education invites you to EXPERIENCE MOTORCYCLING www.renj.com1-800-8WE-RIDEPage 3 The More You Know. The Better it Gets.Make sure you know how to get to the site.We highly recommend you make a trial run to yourcourse location before your course date to be certainyou know where you are going. Give extra time the dayof your course to get there on time.2019ScheduleRaritan Valley Community College (RVCC)Middlesex County Vo-Tech (MCVT)21 Suttons Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08854 - MiddlesexCounty. Dates in Bold are Friday evening (5:30pm-9:30pm),Saturday (7:30am-5pm), & Sunday (7:30am-3pm)Dates underlined are two day classes: Sat. (9am-6pm) & Sun.(9am-6pm)N101A- April 5, 6 & 7N102A- April 12, 13 & 14N103A- April 26, 27 & 28 N103C- April 27 & 28N104A- May 3, 4 & 5N105A- May 10, 11 & 12N106A- May 17, 18 & 19 N106C- May 18 & 19N107A- May 31, June 1 & 2N108A- June 7, 8 & 9N109A- June 14, 15 & 16N110A- June 21, 22 & 23 N110C- June 22 & 23N111A- June 28, 29 & 30N112A- July 12, 13 & 14N113A- July 19, 20 & 21 N113C- July 20 & 21N114A- July 26, 27 & 28N115A- Aug 2, 3 & 4N116A- Aug 9, 10 & 11N117A- Aug 16, 17 & 18 N117C- Aug 17 & 18N118A- Aug 23, 24 & 25N119A- Sept 6, 7 & 8N120A- Sept 13, 14 & 15N121A- Sept 20, 21 & 22 N121C- Sept 21 & 22N122A- Sept 27, 28 & 29N123A- Oct 4, 5 & 6N123C- Oct 5 & 6N124A- Oct 11, 12 & 13N125A- Oct 18, 19 & 20N126A- Oct 25, 26 & 27Weekday classes During July and August onlyMonday (12pm-4pm), Tuesday (8am-5pm), Wednesday(8am-5pm)N127A- July 8, 9 & 10N128A- July 15, 16 & 17N129A- July 22, 23 & 24N130A- July 29, 30 & 31N131A- Aug 5, 6 & 7N132A- Aug 12, 13 & 14N133A- Aug 19, 20 & 21N134A- Aug 26, 27 & 283 Wheel Basic RiderCourse - (3WBRC)Classes run 8:30am-6pm3W102C- April 13 & 143W104C- May 4 & 53W107C- June 1 & 23W111C- June 29 & 303W112C- July 13 & 143W128C- July 16 & 173W114C- July 27 & 283W132C- Aug 13 & 143W118C- Aug 24 & 253W120C- Sept 14 & 153W124C- Oct 12 & 13Additional Practice RiderCourse (APRC)Classes run 730am-6pmAPRC108B- June 9APRC116B- Aug 11APRC125B- Oct 20County College of Morris (CCM)214 Center Grove Road, Randolph, NJ 07869 - MorrisCounty. Dates in Bold are Friday evening (5:30pm-9:30pm),Saturday (7:30am-5pm), & Sunday (7:30am-3pm) Datesunderlined are two day classes: Sat. (9am-6pm) & Sun. (9am6pmN201A- April 5, 6 & 7N202A- April 12, 13 & 14N203A- April 26, 27 & 28 N203C- April 27 & 28N204A- May 3, 4 & 5N205A- May 10, 11 & 12N206A- May 17, 18 & 19 N206C- May 18 & 19N207A- May 31, June 1 & 2N208A- June 7, 8 & 9N209A- June 14, 15 & 16N210A- June 21, 22 & 23 N210C- June 22 & 23N211A- June 28, 29 & 30N212A- July 12, 13 & 14N213A- July 19, 20 & 21 N213C- July 20 & 21N214A- July 26, 27 & 28N215A- Aug 2, 3 & 4N216A- Aug 9, 10 & 11N217A- Aug 16, 17 & 18 N217C- Aug 17 & 18N218A- Aug 23, 24 & 25N219A- Sept 6, 7 & 8N220A- Sept 13, 14 & 15N221A- Sept 20, 21 & 22 N221C- Sept 21 & 22N222A- Sept 27, 28 & 29N223A- Oct 4, 5 & 6N223C- Oct 5 & 6N224A- Oct 11, 12 & 13N225A- Oct 18, 19 & 20N226A- Oct 25, 26 & 27Sussex Community College (SCC)One College Hill Road, Newton, NJ 07860 - Sussex County.Dates in Bold are Friday evening (5:30pm-9:30pm), Saturday(7:30am-5pm), & Sunday (7:30am-3pm)Dates underlined are two day classes: Sat. (9am-6pm) & Sun.(9am-6pm)N503A- April 26, 27 & 28N505A- May 10, 11 & 12N507A- May 31, June 1 & 2N509A- June 14, 15 & 16N511A- June 28, 29 & 30N513A- July 19, 20 & 21N515A- Aug 2, 3 & 4N517A- Aug 16, 17 & 18N519A- Sept 6, 7 & 8N521A- Sept 20, 21 & 22N523A- Oct 4, 5 & 6Warren County Technical School1500 Route 57, Washington, NJ 07882 - Warren County.Dates in Bold are Friday evening (5:30pm-9:30pm), Saturday(7:30am-5pm), & Sunday (7:30am-3pm)Dates underlined are two day classes: Sat. (9am-6pm) & Sun.(9am-6pm)N402A- April 12, 13 & 14N404A- May 3, 4 & 5N406A- May 17, 18 & 19N408A- June 7, 8 & 9N410A- June 21, 22 & 23N412A- July 12, 13 & 14N414A- July 26, 27 & 28N416A- Aug 9, 10 & 11N418A- Aug 23, 24 & 25N420A- Sept 13, 14 & 15N422A- Sept 27, 28 & 29N424A- Oct 11, 12 & 13N426A- Oct 25, 26 & 27118 Lamington Road, Branchburg, NJ 08876 - HunterdonCounty. Dates in Bold are Friday evening (5:30pm-9:30pm),Saturday (7:30am-5pm), & Sunday (7:30am-3pm)Dates underlined are two day classes: Sat. (9am-6pm) &Sun. (9am-6pm)N601A- April 5, 6 & 7N602A- April 12, 13 & 14 N602C- April 13 & 14N603A- April 26, 27 & 28N604A- May 3, 4 & 5N605A- May 10, 11 & 12 N605C- May 11 & 12N606A- May 17, 18 & 19N607A- May 31, June 1 & 2N608A- June 7, 8 & 9N608C- June 8 & 9N609A- June 14, 15 & 16N610A- June 21, 22 & 23N611A- June 28, 29 & 30N612A- July 12, 13 & 14 N612C- July 13 & 14N613A- July 19, 20 & 21N614A- July 26, 27 & 28N615A- Aug 2, 3 & 4N616A- Aug 9, 10 & 11N616C- Aug 10 & 11N617A- Aug 16, 17 & 18N618A- Aug 23, 24 & 25N619A- Sept 6, 7 & 8N620A- Sept 13, 14 & 15 N620C- Sept 14 & 15N621A- Sept 20, 21 & 22N622A- Sept 27, 28 & 29N623A- Oct 4, 5 & 6N624A- Oct 11, 12 & 13 N624C- Oct 12 & 13N625A- Oct 18, 19 & 20N626A- Oct 25, 26 & 27Brookdale Community College (BCC)765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738 Monmouth County. Dates in Bold are Friday evening(5:30pm-9:30pm), Saturday (7:30am-5pm), & Sunday(7:30am-3pm) Dates underlined are two day classes:Sat. (9am-6pm) & Sun. (9am-6pm)N301A- April 5, 6 & 7N302A- April 12, 13 & 14 N302C- April 13 & 14N303A- April 26, 27 & 28N304A- May 3, 4 & 5N305A- May 10, 11 & 12 N305C- May 11 & 12N306A- May 17, 18 & 19N307A- May 31, June 1 & 2N308A- June 7, 8 & 9N308C- June 8 & 9N309A- June 14, 15 & 16N310A- June 21, 22 & 23N311A- June 28, 29 & 30N312A- July 12, 13 & 14 N312C- July 13 & 14N313A- July 19, 20 & 21N314A- July 26, 27 & 28N315A- Aug 2, 3 & 4N316A- Aug 9, 10 & 11N316C- Aug 10 & 11N317A- Aug 16, 17 & 18N318A- Aug 23, 24 & 25N319A- Sept 6, 7 & 8N320A- Sept 13, 14 & 15 N320C- Sept 14 & 15N321A- Sept 20, 21 & 22N322A- Sept 27, 28 & 29N323A- Oct 4, 5 & 6N324A- Oct 11, 12 & 13 N324C- Oct 12 & 13N325A- Oct 18, 19 & 20N326A- Oct 25, 26 & 273 Wheel Basic RiderCourse - (3WBRC)Classes run 8:30am-6pm3W303C- April 27 & 283W306C- May 18 & 193W310C- June 22 & 233W313C- July 20 & 213W317C- Aug 17 & 183W321C- Sept 21 & 223W325C- Oct 19 & 203 Wheel Basic RiderCourse - (3WBRC)Classes run 8:30am-6pm3W406C- May 18 & 193W410C- June 22 & 233W412C- July 13 & 143W416C- Aug 10 & 113W422C- Sept 28 & 293W424C- Oct 12 & 13Register online at renj.com.Registration begins:January 2, 2019

Page 4Rider Education invites you to EXPERIENCE MOTORCYCLING www.renj.com1-800-8WE-RIDEYou have a motorcycle license what’s next?Intermediate RiderCourseThe Intermediate RiderCourse (BBBRC) is an approximately 5 hour riding course designed to help you develop basic riding skills. Exercises focus on avariety of cornering skills and limited-space maneuvers. By the end of the course, you should be able to handle a motorcycle well enough to negotiate normalstreet and traffic situations. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use. You must provide: a current motorcycle license and all other riding gearlisted in the Basic RiderCourse article on page 2 (be sure to bring lunch, snacks &drinks).BBBRC Tuition: 99Experienced RiderCourseThe Experienced RiderCourse (BRC2) is designed to teach the more experienced motorcyclist skills development that will enable the rider to respond withprecision and accuracy to unexpected road and traffic situations. Traction analysis, swerving and braking are some of the topics covered in the BRC2. We preferyou have at least six months or 3,000 miles under your belt before taking this course. Motorcyclists in New Jersey need to stay sharp.The BRC2 is a six hour curriculum that takes between eight and nine hours to complete. Individuals can enroll into a BRC2, while special group coursearrangements must be made through the office. The course time will be split up between classroom instruction, lunch, and range exercises. Special groups aresometimes run differently. This course is taken on your motorcycle.You must provide: a current motorcycle license, a registered/inspected/insured/street-legal motorcycle, DOT approved helmet and all other ridinggear listed in the Basic RiderCourse article on page 2 (be sure to bring lunch, snacks & drinks).BRC2 students perform a general inspection of their motorcycle prior to the motorcycle being used during training. This is done for the safety of allparticipants. Be sure you and your ride are in tip-top shape for this fun filled experience. Tires should have the correct air pressure and tread depth. Make sureyou have a full tank of gas.The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission has added the BRC2 - to New Jersey’s Driver Improvement Program. Students who successfully complete theBRC2 Driver Improvement Program, as presented by Rider Education of New Jersey, are entitled to a two point reduction toward points assessed against theirlicense, regardless of whether the points were acquired while driving a car or riding a motorcycle. You only qualify to receive the two point reduction onceevery 5 years. This course is a state-approved defensive driving course. Completion of this course may entitle you to a 5% discount on your car insurance.Please check with your insurance provider, as some providers do not offer discounts.BRC2 Tuition: 125Advanced RiderCourseThe Advanced RiderCourse (ARC) has fewer classroom hours and more hands on time than the Experienced RiderCourse (BRC2) though it runs in the sametime frame. The course will take approximately 8-10 hours to administer. We prefer that you have taken the BRC2 before attempting to take the (ARC),however all motorcycle licensed riders are welcome. The ARC includes a fast-paced classroom segment with several interactive activities to improve perception,hazard awareness and several self assessment strategies. Range exercises in the ARC enhance both basic skills and crash avoidance skills. Improved brakingskills and cornering finesse is also emphasized along with high speed maneuvering, quick swerving, counter steering, traction control, and quick stop braking.You will need to have all the same items as listed above for the BRC2. You may have taken a couple of our courses in the past but remember, there isalways more to learn. Consider registering for the Advanced RiderCourse this year!ARC Tuition: 150Ultimate RiderCourseThe Ultimate RiderCourse (UBBRC) is an approximately 5 hour riding course for very experienced riders. There is no formal classroom and the ridingexercises focus on limted-space maneuvers, modeled after police training courses. Through progressively challenging exercises, you develop smooth and precisecontrol an learn more about the limits of your abilities and your motorcycle’s capability. Good bike bonding helps riders automate their physical skills so theycan devote more attention to road and traffic conditions (searching and evaluating). This helps a rider to be a better decision maker. You will need to have allthe same items as listed above for the BRC2.UBBRC Tuition: 175Intermediate, ExperiencedAdvanced & UltimateSchedules for 2019Middlesex County Vo-Tech(MCVT)21 Suttons LanePiscataway, NJERC8:30 am to 6 pmE106A-May 18 (Sat)E109A-June 15 (Sat)E119A-Sept 7 (Sat)Brookdale College(BCC)Route 520Lincroft, NJBBBRC12 noon to 6 pmI307A- June 1 (Sat)I311A– June 29 (Sat)I311B– June 30 (Sun)ERC8:30 am to 6 pmE307B- June 2 (Sun)ARC8:30 am to 6 pmRENJ OFFERSGROUP COURSES!Did you know that Rider Education of New Jersey canaccommodate groups wanting to take a BRC2, ARC orUBBRC course together? That’s right, not only can you and11 of your buddies take the class together but we can workwith you to find a convenient date that works for your group.Special pricing incentives for group classes!Classes can be arranged for any group of 12, just call theRENJ office for more information. Our goal at RENJ is toprovide motorcycle safety courses as affordable and readilyavailable as possible. We are here to assist your learning.Give us a call now to arrange a class for your club or group.Call to have a RENJ representative come in to speak toyour group!A322A– Sept 28 (Sat)ARC8:30 am to 6 pmA106B-May 19 (Sun)A109B-June 16 (Sun)A119B-Sept 8 (Sun)UBBRC12 noon to 6 pmU322B– Sept 29 (Sun)Please note - If your pipes are not stock, youmay not be able to take the BRC2/ARC at thislocation, please call our office for more info.Please visit our website atwww.renj.com for safety tips,facts and the most up to dateinformation on our courses.

Rider Education invites you to EXPERIENCE MOTORCYCLING www.renj.com1-800-8WE-RIDEPage 5 32ndAnniversaryFighting for the POW/MIA Issue & Veterans’ RightsRolling Thunder Inc. – May 26, 2019Ride For Freedom Rolling Thunder XXXII will be held on the Sunday before Memorial Day (as it is each year) in Washington, D.C. The Ride for Freedom “demonstration” is considered one of the largest gatherings of motorcyclists in the world. The demonstration stages in the Pentagon’s northparking lot. The ride loops thru D.C. and ends up near the Lincoln Memorial where a stage is set up to accommodate the many speakersand musical program. Rider Education of New Jersey, Inc. supports Rolling Thunder and commends its efforts. Quite a few RENJRiderCoaches are members of Rolling Thunder , have ridden in D.C. for many, many years and will continue to do so in the future. “I ridefor those who can’t speak for themselves Prisoners of War – Missing in Action”Rolling Thunder Inc.’s major function is to publicize the POW-MIA issue. To educate the public of the fact that many American prisoners of war wereleft behind after all past wars; to help correct the past and to protect our future veterans from being left behind should they become prisoners of warmissing in action. We are committed to helping American veterans from all wars.Rolling Thunder Charities, Inc. a 501(c)(3) charitable organization was established to help American veterans and their families. As it says inour mission statement, “We are committed to helping American veterans from all wars ” As a non-profit organization each individual donateshis or her time because we believe in the issue. All funds donated are used to help veterans and their families.Donations can be made to:Rolling Thunder Charities, Inc.P.O. Box 327Neshanic Station, NJ 08853Hank Frank Jr.—RENJ RiderCoachand Rolling Thunder Member

Page 6Rider Education invites you to EXPERIENCE MOTORCYCLING www.renj.com**NEW TRAINING SITE**1-800-8WE-RIDEWe are.Here!This summer RENJ added our newest training site Warren County Technical School! Located at 1500 Route57 in Washington, NJ, WCTS is our sixth location. So farwe have only held the Basic RiderCourse at WarrenCounty Tech, but in 2019 we will be adding the 3 WheelBasic RiderCourse to this location’s offerings. RENJ isvery excited to be able to bring motorcycle training to thistown and the surrounding area residents. We are sure youare going to love their state of the art classrooms as wellas scenic landscape.And nowHERE!!!Here!Here!Here!Here!Six training sites to serve YOU better!!!Rider Education of NJ has teamed up with Can-Amto bring YOU an EVEN BETTER 3 Wheel BRC program!In 2013 Rider Education of NJ (RENJ) began offering the Motorcycle Safety Foundation 3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse. RENJ offers the 3 Wheel BasicRiderCourse Updated at our Piscataway & Lincroft locations and is expanding to offer this course at our new Warren location.RENJ is working again this year with Can-Am Spyder to bring you the 3 Wheel BRC at a substantial discount. Can-Am Spyder started their Rider EducationProgram three years ago in Florida as a pilot project and is now expanding their program up north. Not only will our partnership program allow you to take your3 Wheel BRC class at a substantially reduced rate, new Can-Am Spyder RT, F3 and their NEW Ryker 3-wheelbikes will also be provided to RENJ and be available for you to use during your training session. We are happyto continue partnering with Can-Am this year!In order to take advantage of the course at the discounted rate, you will need to register online by clicking onthe promotional banner on our website and completing the required information. There is no purchaseobligation to Can-Am required to take advantage of this great offer.Don't miss this opportunity to increase your 3-wheel riding skills, take advantage of this GREAT program andget enrolled in the 3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse!Successful completion of the 3 Wheel BRC makes you eligible for the NJ MVC 3 Wheel license waiver –providing you have a NJ issued auto license before the course.Tuition fee: Call for PricingCan-Am discounted tuition rate: *Call or go online for details*Support Rider Education of New JerseyThe History of Rider Education of NJ Inc.Rider Education of NJ has been offering the Motorcycle SafetyFoundation motorcycle rider courses since 1990. RENJ is a nonprofit educational organization based in Edison, NJ and is fullyapproved to teach those courses by the MSF and the state of NewJersey. The RENJ program is considered one of the best runmotorcycle safety training and education operations in the countrywith some of the best trained and motivated instructors anywhere.For the full history of RiderEducation of New Jersey, please visitour website at www.renj.comRider Education of New Jersey Inc. is a 501 C3 corporationthat has been established to provide Educational and SafetyPrograms in the State of New Jersey.Your donation is tax deductible. Moreimportant your support helps insure thecontinuation and growth of our programs.All donations are used to purchasetraining bikes.To recognize our supporters we areoffering an embroidered patch depictingour mascot, Eddie Rider, on two wheels,to those who donate ten or more dollars.Look for those people who are displaying the patch. They have alot in common with you.NAMEADDRESSCITY ST ZIPDONATION (checks & money orders accepted)MAIL TO: Rider Education Of New Jersey Inc.P.O. Box 1400Edison, NJ 08818-1400We thank you for your support!Donations to Rider Education of New Jersey Inc. are Tax Deductible.

Rider Education invites you to EXPERIENCE MOTORCYCLING Frequently Asked QuestionsShould I take the Basic RiderCourse or the Experienced RiderCourse (BRC2)?See article on page 10Do women take the course? Definitely!Do I need to have any riding experience to take the Basic RiderCourse? No. Wehave taught thousands of students to ride that had very little or no experience.Students must know how to ride a bicycle before taking a class. Many had never beenon a motorcycle, not even as a passenger. But, this does not mean we have a 100%passing rate. Not everyone learns at the same pace.How long is the course? The Basic RiderCourse (BRC) runs approximately 15-18hours. Usually running on Friday evening, all day Saturday and most of Sunday,depending on conditions. The primary structure of the BRC consists of threesegments. Segment 1 is the MSF Basic eCourse, which is completed on your own,takes about 3-hours to complete and is required to be completed prior to the first classsession. Segment 2 is the formal classroom component that usually takes 5-hours tocomplete. Segment 3 is the on-cycle component that typically takes 10-hours tocomplete. For more details on the eCourse, see the article on page 2. The 3WBRC isa 2 day

WHY MOTORCYCLE SAFETY COURSES RENJ offers the 3 Wheel Basic RiderCourse An extensive study of motorcycle accidents conducted by the University of California (USC) revealed that over 90% of all motorcycle accidents involved motorcyclists who were self-taught or taught by a friend or relative. They had no formal motorcycle training.

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