Total Rider and Coronavirus Information

How Total Rider is Responding to the COVID-19 Virus

  • Even before the first reports of Coronavirus (COVID-19) were in the U.S., Total Rider has always employed the general practice of sanitizing each class with Lysol and clorox spray products. Our efforts at sanitation will continue vigilantly, as the health and safety of both our students and coaches is our number one priority.
  • Classrooms and riding practice areas have hand sanitizer at each location. Please consider bringing your own hand sanitizer as quantities may be running low at local stores.
  • Whereas we have always sanitized our loaner motorcycle helmets with disinfectant, we strongly urge students to use their own helmets at this time.
  • Total Rider’s class sizes are limited to a maximum of 9 students (plus one instructor) per classroom, as well as 9 per riding sessions. We typically have less than these stated numbers, and are always at or below the CDC’s recommendation of 10 people in close proximity environments.
  • The majority of class time is held out-of-doors, and person-to-person distances can be minimized by being mindful of your proximity to other students and coaches. Each student is assigned their own loaner motorcycle per class, and gloves are required for all riding sessions.
  • Lastly, if you have any flu-like symptoms before or during class, please be respectful of fellow students and coaches and remain home, then contact our office to discuss options to continue your MSF training. 
Thank you for being a Total Rider customer, and stay safe out there folks!