|Adirondack Community College|
Courses: MSF Basic Rider Course
Located at the foothills of the Adirondacks, Adirondack Community College is about 1 hour north of Albany off Exit 21 of I-87 (the Northway) in Queensbury, NY. Classes start in April and continue on through the fall with both weekday and weekend classes available.
For directions from your location click here for Google Maps.
From I-87 Exit 21 head East on Aviation Road past the Aviation Mall.
Stay on Aviation Rd, it turns into Quaker Road as it crosses Rt 9.
Continue on Quaker Rd.
At Bay Road Turn Left (Lowes on the corner)
ACC is about a mile and a half on the right.
For a Schedule of Classes click here.
For Registration Forms in pdf format click here .
New for 2010:
Monday - Monday Classes
Saturday- Sunday Classes
Here at Adirondacks andBeyond, we are constantly looking for ways to make your learning experience assuccessful as possible.
To this end, last season we beta tested the Sunday , Monday , Monday schedule. (MMCS)
This new class schedule wasan immediate success, and we sold out the test classes within days of postingthem on our schedule.
It allows for a break between the first and second day of range exercises not available in other classschedules.
This seems to be a greatadvantage for those students that would like to slow down the overall pace ofthe class.
The riding portion of all BRCs is broken up into two distinct sections, presented over a two-day period.
In the SMMCS you have aweek’s break between day one and day two of the riding portion of the class.
Enrollment for the SMMSC classes differs slightly from the enrollment of all our other classes. Each class posted has to have a minimum of 8 students enrolled before enrollment for the next scheduled class will be opened.
For those of you with Mondays off, or those of you that could use a break between day one and two of riding for physical reasons, this is the class for you.