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California Total Control
Advance Classes

This is the perfect next step for newer riders who are looking to improve their skills on their own bike as well as riders that have recently gotten back into riding after years off but still have their license.

Control Intermediate Riding Clinic
Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic Level 1

This is the perfect next step for newer riders who are looking to improve their skills on their own bike as well as riders that have recently gotten back into riding after years off but still have their license.

Total Control IRC includes:

* Throttle control     

* Brake control     

* Vision 

* Line selection     

* Low-speed turning   

*Evasive maneuvers   

*Road-speed turning

$225

Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic Level 2

Takes off where the original left off. More challenging exercises from the best-selling book "Total Control" plus some exciting new ones mean the students will take their riding to a whole new level.



Topics covered include:     

*Riding Psychology     

*Speed Shifting     

*Trail Braking into a Turn     

*Decreasing Arc Mid-Corner
*Decreasing Radius Turns     

*Chassis Setup     

*Quick Stops     

*TC Solo



In TC Solo, we combine the skills from Level 1 and 2, and experience them at significantly higher speeds, mimicking the g-forces of track riding.

ARC 2 Prerequisites

Participants MUST have completed Total Control ARC Level 1 as a prerequisite.

Please call or email if you have want to take the class as a passenger or with a passenger.

$375

Individual skills include corner entry, line selection, body position and corner exit. There are slightly different versions of these depending on the type of bike ridden, but all follow the same philosophical principals that are taught in the course. Throttle control and throttle/brake transitions are also covered in great detail. Additionally, super-tight, low-speed, "parking lot" turns are taught.



Total Control ARC L1 Topics include:

*Throttle/brake transitions     

*Mental state     

*Corner vision     

*Corner entry and line selection     

*Mid-corner body position & corner exits    *Corner transitions (figure 8's)      

*Basic motorcycle suspension

ARC 1 Prerequisite:

Must have 1 year of experience or 3,000 miles

Please call or email if you have want to take the class as a passenger or with a passenger.

$375

Prerequisites for all intermediate and advance classes:

*valid motorcycle license

*NO BALD TIRES allowed

*motorcycle in good condition, street legal, registered, and insured.
 Proper protective riding gear which includes:

*motorcycle jacket

*full fingered gloves

*boots that cover the ankles 

*pants with no holes (Kevlar jeans approved)

*DOT-approved helmet (full- face recommended)

NOT ALLOWED: Jeans, finger-less gloves, sweat pants and canvas shoes. 

 

Discounts offered for previous students.

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