- Book the appropriate class for your skill level.
You can select from a range of dates and locations listed in our schedule below. Pro Tip: Before booking, be sure to click on the Info button for important details regarding each rider course.
- Look for an email from us!
After booking your class, we’ll send you a confirmation email containing an important link that will take you to our secure site that lists what you’re required to complete beforehand, as well as what you’ll need to bring to rider training. Thoroughly read through this email, note your class times and location, and save for future reference.
- Complete your online eCourse before class.
On our secure site page, you’ll find a custom link that will take you to the correct eCourse, as well as information about how to complete this step. Pro Tip: Only use the link we supply to take your eCourse, as it’s included in your class fee.
- Fill out TR paperwork.
Links to all paperwork will also be included on our secure site, and will need to be signed, dated, and agreed to in order for you to attend rider training.
- Print out your eCourse completion certificate and all paperwork.
Upon arriving to class, your TR coach will collect these documents for your file, and you’ll be all set to begin rider training!
Total Rider Offers Two Distinct MSF Classes. Both classes are TDLR-certified courses, and offer “M” endorsement on your license. Not sure which class to take? No problem!… Read this first. or contact us and we’re happy to help!
Basic BRC is a two-day class designed especially for beginning riders with little or no experience, and consists of MSF’s 5-hour online eCourse (“ePackage 1”) completed at home, and approximately 11 hours of riding training divided over two days. More info on BRC here.
Intermediate BRC2 is a one-day course for skilled riders who are confident operating a motorcycle on public roads, and consists of MSF’s 4-hour online eCourse (“ePackage 2”) completed at home, and approximately 6 hours of riding training. More info on BRC2 here.
★ TR Provides all BRC and BRC2 Students both Training Bikes and eCourse Access as Part of Your Class Fee ★
Non-MSF Advanced Training Classes
Advanced Riding Techniques (ART) is based on Texas Motorcycle Officer training, and is periodically offered for experienced riders who want to test their limits on their own bikes. Find out more about ART here. NOTE: ART is not an MSF course and does not offer M licensure.
One last thing… Please review our Terms & Conditions as there are specific requirements and policies you agree to before taking a class with us. If you have a physical or learning impairment, please read this FAQ.
— Thank you for choosing Total Rider and we look forward to seeing you in class! —
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Our next month’s schedule is typically posted mid-month.