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Old 04-25-2016, 03:28 PM   #1
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Difficulty of Total Control Intermediate?

I am signed up for one of the Total Control Intermediate Rider Clinics coming up and I was curious if anyone has taken this and knows a bit more about the riding activities and classroom topics.

The website has some good information, but I'm mostly concerned with the maneuverability techniques since I'm riding a Ninja 1000.

-Is this course going to be tough with such a big bike?
-Have you guys gotten a lot out of the classroom discussion?

I'm looking forward to it myself!
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Old 04-26-2016, 03:45 PM   #2
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Excellent! You should have no trouble on the Ninja. We have folks riding HDs, Indians, Hyabusas, FJRs, etc. It's all about technique. Come prepared to have fun and keep an open mind and you'll have a great time.
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Excellent! You should have no trouble on the Ninja. We have folks riding HDs, Indians, Hyabusas, FJRs, etc. It's all about technique. Come prepared to have fun and keep an open mind and you'll have a great time.
Glad to hear it! A buddy of mine said I should show up with a GROM
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Looking forward to meeting you at the class. BTW, Groms, scooters, café bikes, cruisers, rat bikes, Wings, HDs, sportbikes, hyperbikes...and that's just so far. You never know what'll show up at a Total Control class. All kinds of rides, all kinds of riders. Everybody has fun, learns a ton, and comes out a better rider, qualified for an M on their license (if they didn't have one.) Still a couple spots for this Sunday. Next class is 5/27 at Crossroads.
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That's the one I'm signed up for. Geared up and ready to go!
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Old 05-11-2016, 01:21 PM   #6
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See you on May 27th!
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Here's all you have to do

If you can ride, you'll have a blast with the Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic. A good friend of ours who offers the TCIRC in Waco made a short youtube video, showing what you need to be able to do to qualify for this course. Take a moment to look at it and see if you're up to it. If so, and you need to get your M or just want to be a better rider, give us a call or sign up online at www.mrhridertraining.com. C'mon, let's ride!

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The course was actually very easy! Even in the pouring rain in one of the worst storms of the decade.. lol

Good class, unbelievably more confident around town on the bike knowing how much further the tire grip goes.
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The course was actually very easy! Even in the pouring rain in one of the worst storms of the decade.. lol

Good class, unbelievably more confident around town on the bike knowing how much further the tire grip goes.
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good to know. Ive meen considering it, but I have hardly any street ride time under my belt
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Watch the video. If you can do what's required to pass the entrance module, you will definitely gain confidence, ability, knowledge and experience in this class. Call us if you have a question: 281-897-7121
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Took the course last Friday. Little hot being outside for a bit, but I'd def recommend it. Quick, one-day and you're done.
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Thanks, Devin. Glad you enjoyed it. Ride safe!
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