Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic (TCIRC)

Course Description:

Experience the thrill of taking your motorcycle riding skills to the next level with the Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic, offered by GO Motorcycle Training School. This one-day premium course, designed by former National Champion and motorcycle expert Lee Parks, caters to experienced riders who own a street-legal two-wheeler and aspire to enhance their riding proficiency. It's also ideal for long-time riders who haven't yet obtained an "M" endorsement on their driver's license. The best part? This course fulfills the Texas Department of Public Safety's requirements for a class M license in just one day, and it can even help you dismiss a traffic ticket with court approval.

What to Expect

In the Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic, you'll acquire crucial knowledge and skills to become a more skilled and safer rider. This training focuses on mastering motorcycle control, including maximum braking, swerving, and cornering techniques. These essential components will significantly boost your riding skills and instill confidence on the open road.

Our engaging classroom sessions cover topics like maximizing traction management, selecting the best lines through turns, and addressing the psychological aspects of motorcycling, such as conquering fear, maintaining concentration, and cultivating a positive attitude. This enjoyable and thrilling class will leave you with a smile on your face and a fresh perspective for your future rides.

Course Highlights

  • Throttle control
  • Brake control
  • Vision
  • Line selection
  • Low-speed turning
  • Evasive maneuvers
  • Road-speed turning


To enroll, you need a street-legal, registered, and insured motorcycle in good condition. Additionally, you must wear protective riding gear, including a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, and shoes or boots that cover your ankle bone.

Please Note

The Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic is designed for experienced riders. It includes a qualifying initial exercise that you must pass to continue with the course. You should be able to start smoothly, shift into second gear (if applicable), stop smoothly, and make a 90-degree turn from a stop within 20 feet. If you've never ridden a motorcycle or feel unable to perform this qualifying riding exercise, the MSF Basic RiderCourse may be a better choice for you.

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