Cornering technique is the primary focus of the Total Control ARC℠. 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. Please call our office for the Advanced Riding Clinic schedule at (805) 827-0075.
The California Motorcyclist Safety Program Motorcyclist Training Course (CMSP MTC) is designed for the novice rider with no (or limited) street-riding experience. This course includes both classroom and on-cycle instruction. You will learn fundamental skills required to operate the motorcycle and progress to street riding skills and strategies.Topics covered include fear, understanding how motorcycles turn, proper cornering strategies, and emergency crash avoidance skills. The course is based on the most current research in rider safety and utilizes modern training methods.Upon successful completion of the CMSP Motorcyclist Training Course students will receive a DMV DL389 certificate that may waive the riding skills test requirement at the DMV. If you haven't completed the written DMV test you must pass it prior to receiving your license endorsement.Though designed for new riders, any rider that has not taken a motorcycle course will benefit from this clinic. Motorcycles and helmets are provided in this course.
New Student - $250
Even if you are signing up as a new student, you can still get a discount if you are signing up with a group of 3 or more friends. Call our office for details. Please note: This is not a waiver course. You will receive a graduation card at the end of the session that may be used for insurance discounts. Contact your insurance agency for details.
21 And Over - $258
If you are 21 or over, this course is not a requirement. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a CA DMV DL389 Certificate, that will waive the skills test at the DMV. You will also receive a graduation card that may be used for insurance discounts. Contact your insurance agency for details.
Under 21 - $180
If you are under 21 this course is a requirement prior to taking your motorcycle permit written test. Upon successful completion you will earn a CA DMV DL389 Certificate. This certificate required BEFORE taking the permit test at the DMV. This certificate will waive the skills test at the DMV. You will also receive a graduation card that may be used for insurance discounts. Contact your insurance agency for details.
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Return Students - $200
We offer a discount for those who have previously taken a course with Learn To Ride VC. Please note: This is not a waiver course. You will receive a graduation card at the end of the session that may be used for insurance discounts. Contact your insurance agency for details.
Already a rider? Are your skills beyond the basics, and you are looking to take your riding to the next level? The Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic is the ideal class for you. This is a one day, 8 hour course is taken on your own street legal motorcycle, and consists of class and ride time. In the IRC you will learn the critical information and skills to make you a better, more knowledgeable and safer rider. This important next step in rider training will focus on better control of your motorcycle, including, maximum braking, swerving, and cornering. These key elements will provide a considerable skill improvements and will really boost your confidence out on the road. Our dynamic classroom sections include maximum traction management, choosing the right lines through the turns, as well as the psychological aspects of motorcycling like overcoming fear, keeping your concentration, and having the right attitude. This fun and exciting class will put a smile on your face and give you a whole new perspective on your next ride. Your motorcycle will be subject to the instructor's inspection, which includes tires, chassis, suspension, controls, and final drive assembly. Registration and proof of insurance is required.