In these days of expensive fuel, a motorcycle is an economic alternative to an otherwise expensive commute. To ride a motorcycle on base, however, requires more than just a license. Not sure of the requirements? The NSASP safety department can help. Here are the necessary requirements:
Training – per OPNAVINST 5100.12G, those personnel (military⁄civilian⁄contractor) wishing to ride a motorcycle aboard a military installation must complete one of the following training courses:
The Basic Riders Motorcycle Safety Course (BRC) – A two-day course (attendance on both days required to receive credit) OR
The Experienced Riders Motorcycle Safety Course (ERC) - A one day course
Personal protective gear or PPE – the following is required:
Full-face DOT-approved helmet
Long-sleeved shirt and pants
Full-fingered leather gloves
Brightly-colored clothing for day and reflective vest at night
Eye protection (ANSI approved)
Fully-enclosed sturdy shoes (no flip-flops, sandals, etc.)
All PPE is required to protect you in even the simplest accident, providing protection between you and the road or another vehicle.
No-cost motorcycle training is available by contacting one of the following:
Anacostia Naval Station – Mr. Joseph Rupp, (202) 433-6980, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
NAS Patuxent River - Mr. Bruce Blount, (301) 342-5496, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ft. Meade – Julia Salsich, (410) 293-2549, email@example.com
For questions or additional information, contact George Revoir at (540) 653-5887.
Thank you and enjoy your ride!