Total Control Training Intermediate Riding Clinic (TCT IRC)
This Course TCT IRC, will NOT qualify you to bypass the DMV motorcycle driving test for your M1 license. For that you must take the CMSP MTC.
The Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic 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. This course includes both classroom and on-cycle instruction.
You will learn intermediate-level skills required to safely operate a full-sized motorcycle and understand the basic psychology of riding to help make better choices on the road. Topics covered include having a proper mental state, understanding two-wheeled vehicle dynamics, cornering strategies for multiple types of turns, emergency braking and evasive maneuvers.
Students completing the IRC report significantly improved riding skills, confidence and the ability to make better choices about when and how to ride. The IRC is also used extensively by the Navy and Marine Corps as "Level 2" training (within 60 days of completing a beginner course) and "Refresher" training (every three years) to reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities. It is officially recognized for Level 2 training by the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard, which satisfies requirements for active duty service members and civilians to get their base sticker to ride on base.
Although designed primarily as safety course, the IRC is both challenging and fun. The Clinics are done in one 7-8 hour day on your own motorcycle. The cost is $175-$250 depending on location. Although not a requirement, it's also advisable to have read the book Total Control before you get there. Copies are available at fine bookstore and on this website.
The IRC is based on the most current research in rider safety, utilizes modern training methods and has been proven to enhance student outcomes. Come experience what all the buzz is about by signing up for a Total Control IRC today!
TC IRC Riding Gear Requirements
Helmet-DOT-compliant helmet (Full-face or 3/4 preferred). Personal helmets are subject to inspection for DOT-compliance and to make sure that they are in good working condition.
Eye protection-Face shield, googles or some form of sun-/eyeglasses. They may be tinted or clear. Ordinary prescription glasses may be worn.
Gloves-Must be full finger and cannot be open on the back of the hand. They must be street-motorcycle specific and/or durable leather. Mechanics gloves, batting gloves, etc. are NOT acceptable.
Pants-You must wear long, durable pants. No exceptions. Denim, textile or leather jeans are preferred. All pants are required to have NO holes in them and must come down to the foot. Spandex or cotton leggings are NOT acceptable.
Jacket-Durable leather or textile jacket (armored, motorcycle-specific is preferred)
Boots/Shoes-Over the ankle with little to no heel. Shoes can be hiking type that provides reinforced ankle support. Boots are preferred. Your footwear should have a good rubber sole for traction and the heel shouldn't be higher than what is commonly on a "workman's boot." Thin fabric shoes made of canvas or other fabrics that do not provide support are not acceptable. The classic Converse All Star "Chuck Taylor" or dress shoe are examples of shoes that DO NOT meet the requirements.
This one day class contains both classroom instruction and riding on a closed course area. The students move from Classroom to range throughout the day, starting on the range in the morning for about 30 minutes, then into the classroom for about an hour. Students then return to the range for about an hour and then back to the classroom. This schedule runs for the day.
This Course TCT IRC, will NOT qualify you to bypass the DMV motorcycle driving test for your M1 license. For that you must take the CMSP MTC