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Training Schools (On-street/ Adventure) MotoMark1 Adventure Motorcycle Train- ing Tour Stayin’ Safe Class and Tours


Riding Skill Books A Twist of the Wrist, Volume II How to Ride Off-Road Motorcycles More Proficient Motorcycling Proficient Motorcycling Street Strategies The Upper Half of the Motorcycle Total Control, Second Edition


Critical Skills to Learn/ Practice Body position Concentration Fear management Lane position Line selection Maximum threshold braking Right attitude Throttle control Trail braking Tight U-turns Vision


Feel free to read magazine and online reviews—and get personal recommenda- tions from friends—to see which educa- tional/training opportunities are the best fit for you to start. Think of them all as tools in your riding skills toolbox. I’ve never met anyone with too many safety tools…but you can easily end up with too few if you don’t make acquiring them a priority.


Lee Parks (#162125) has been riding and rac- ing motorcycles for well over 33 years. He has been the editor of both consumer and trade motorcycle magazines, manufacturers his own line of motorcycle gloves, and is a WERA national endurance champion. His riding skills book Total Control has sold over 100,000 copies in five languages around the world. Lee’s Total Control Training company manages—and is the curriculum vendor for—the California Motorcyclist Safety Pro- gram as well as several large military con- tracts. If you have a question you’d like to him to answer in this column, send him an email at lee@totalcontroltraining.net.


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