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Old 02-14-2018, 09:22 AM   #1
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if you already know how to ride but need an M

We train lots of folks every year, and one thing always amazes me: folks who own bikes, have been riding for years, and who still take the basic ridercourse. While it's a fine course for beginners, and while everybody can learn a thing or two from any training, if you've already figured out how to make a bike steer, stop and go and you have some experience, why put yourself thru 2 days of training and a 3-4 hour eCourse just to get your M?

In TX there is an option: a one-day class you do on your own bike that goes over stuff you don't know, like body positioning, vision techniques, advanced throttle application training for suspension stability as well as speed control, advanced maximum braking techniques, cornering strategies and techniques that include things like delayed entry points and late apexing, and more. You WILL be a better rider when you come out of the Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic, and upon graduation you WILL get the certificate you need to go to DPS and get your M. Win-win!

Best of all, it's only $10 more than a beginner class (but, hey, it's a whole day shorter!). What's your time worth? What's your current experience worth? Wouldn't you rather train on the bike you're actually riding on the road?

We offer Total Control classes twice per month. Check it out at mrhridertraining.com or call us at 281-897-7121.
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This is a great class. I lost my m endorsement when I moved here from Alabama. This class gave me an excellent refresher on low speed maneuvering skills. Even after 42 years of riding, you can still benefit from professional training.

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I am taking this course in Jan and canít wait to take it and finally get my class m license. The two and 3 day courses seem to much and I couldnít get it to match up with schedule. Glad I found the 1 day course. Should be fun and interesting. Do you recommend reading the total control volume 2 book before attending ?
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Yes. You'll find the book fun to read, informative and worthwhile. In addition to riding techniques, you'll learn lots about your bike's suspension. Available at amazon or B&N.
Thanks for signing up for the class!
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