how is it different from just the regular MSF? is it just to practice basic skills that you normally wouldnt on your own bike?ASharpMind said:I took it about 2 yrs ago... Mine was about a day long - 4 hours of classroom followed by four hours on the bike. (You will have to bring your own...) DO you have any SPECIFIC questions about it?
ladykruzer said:I took the Advanced class in June. It basically was a quick repeat of the basic classes, with more emphasis on the actual practice time of the skill. Time to revisit what you do and correct any bad habits that you may have developed. I found it informative, my husband who has ridden for over 30 years thought it was not...He did not like it. But I am a newbie this is my first season to ride. I took the basic msf 2 years ago, due to health and injuries I have been unable to ride till just now. So I felt taking another course would help me allot.
But practicing your skills in a parking lot or controlled setting is never a waste of time in my book.
I hope this answers your question. :fiddy
Honestly, I never took the basic course - so I could not do a comparison... But you learn:jon341427 said:how is it different from just the regular MSF? is it just to practice basic skills that you normally wouldnt on your own bike?
MnM said:If you have the extra cash and time ...take it
track time is also beneficial to better riding skills
It won't hurt...can only help