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ARC Overview (Version 6.09)© June 2009 Gold Wing Road Riders Association ARC (Advanced Rider Course) Overview Click to Begin
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC ARC has two modules Classroom Range
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Classroom Discussions of three Primary areas o Risk Management o Mental Proactive Riding Strategies o Proactive Riding Skills Here is a preview of discussions.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Risk Management- The 3 Ps Mentally and Physically Ready P roper You P roper Gear Cover anything you may want to use later in life! P roper Equipment T-CLOCS Your pre-ride check
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Mental Proactive Riding Strategies Help you put meaning into what you observe.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Mental Proactive Riding Strategies Intersections Discussions to help you prepare for real world conflicts.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Mental Proactive Riding Strategies Help you develop a Riding Strategy. Seek Anticipate Act
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Proactive Riding Skills Understand: Traction Management Proper Braking Counter-steering and other important tips
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Proactive Riding Skills Sequence of Cornering 1. Slow 2. Look 3. Press 4. Roll
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Proactive Riding Skills Discussions on avoiding the No-Zone
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC End of Classroom Here is a preview of the Range.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Range Exercises Exercise 1: Normal / Quick Stop in a Straight Line Exercise 2: Apexing in a Curve Exercise 3: Normal / Quick Stop in a Curve Exercise 4: Slalom – Push or Counter Steering Exercise 5: Obstacle Avoidance and Swerving Exercise 6: Turning and Cornering Exercise 7: Slow Speed Tight U-Turns Exercise 8: Slow Speed Tight Circles Exercise 9: Tight U-Turns, Sharp Corners, Sharp Turns Both Directions
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Exercise 1: Normal / Quick Stop Key points of exercise: Squaring the handlebars. Downshifting to first gear. Correct use of both brakes. Left foot down. Performs a mirror check. Head and eyes up. Uses all four fingers on the clutch and brake levers.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Exercise 5: Obstacle Avoidance and Swerving Key points of exercise: Look ahead, maintain a steady speed with smooth steering control. Separation of braking and swerving at the same time.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Exercise 6: Turning and Cornering Key points of exercise: 1. Slow 2. Look 3. Press 4. Roll
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Exercise 8: Slow Speed Tight Circles Key points of exercise: Proper clutch control maintaining a steady speed. Proper head turn in the direction of the turn. Counter-weighting to the outside of the turn.
© June 2009ARC Overview (Version 6.09) ARC Exercise 9: Tight U-Turns, Sharp Corners, Sharp Turns Key points of exercise: Demonstrating all of the skills you have practiced during the course of the day.
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