Take your skill set up a notch with the newest from Total Control. MRE is now offering the Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic (IRC), a one-day course taught on your own bike, for $250. We’ll help you build the relationship with your bike, refine your skills, and understand how what you do on the bike impacts your ride. This curriculum is taught in a fun-filled, full-day course that involves both range activities (riding) and classroom instruction. You will want to bring your own bike for this course to maximize the skill application. While we generally advise against it, if you are coming in from outside the area and need to rent a bike, please email us.
We partner with Simi Institute for Careers and Education (SICE) to deliver this course. They are located at 1880 Blackstock Avenue in Simi Valley. Our classroom for this course is either #504 or #702B. We meet just inside the gate to Lot H, in front of classroom #702B.
In Addition to Simi Valley and Moorpark, we service Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, as well as North Los Angeles County cities of Chatsworth, Northridge, Canoga Park, Woodland Hills, and Winnetka.
The Intermediate Riding Clinic is offered approximately every 5-6 weeks throughout the year. The start time is 8am, and we understand that many of our participants are coming in from remote areas, so there is a bit of flexibility in that start time. We begin by getting everyone checked in, doing some paperwork, and inspecting and preparing our bikes for the day. We have an intoduction exercise and then head to the classroom. That process repeats throughout the day. Lunch break is approximate, and there are numerous restaurants in the area, or you're welcome to bring a lunch and relax in the classroom. The day should end between 4 and 5pm, depending on the number of "rabit-hole" conversations that make this course so much fun! If you have a certain restriction on your timeframe, just let your Instructor know.
We are committed to providing you with a safe and productive riding experience. Gear requirements for the Total Control Intermediate Riding Clinic match the nature of the course – we are going to level-up! That means your gear needs to be more extensive than in the Motorcyclist Training Course, our basic class.
A riding jacket is required for this course, but regular jeans are acceptable.
We expect all students to wear the right gear. No gear/wrong gear = no riding. This is your responsibility.