I took the MSF Advanced Rider course last spring. I really enjoyed it and learned a few new skills. We had six riders and two instructors. Lots of one on one attention.
We spent most of the day on two wheels. I clocked 20 miles on my bike doing the exercises between the cones in the large parking lot.
Have fun and really try to practice the techniques they teach while you are there. They can watch you and give you direct and immediate feedback to help you improve. We had a guy that was half-hearted all morning. It wasnít until after lunch he really engaged and then he saw rapid improvement. By the end of the day he was able to navigate the tight cone course with his cruiser. He didnít believe it was possible until one instructor did the course with a Harley bagger to prove it is possible with proper technique.