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Lee Parks, President of Total Control Training, Inc

Everyone knows that motorcycles turn by leaning. How and why they do that, and what affects a bike’s ability to turn will be discussed in easy to understand terms. If you’ve ever wondered why bikes sometimes go wider and sometimes go tighter when you apply the brakes, throttle, and steering, Lee Parks will break down the often counter-intuitive reasons for each in one of his always compelling presentations.

Lee Parks is the President of Total Control Training, Inc. He has been racing motorcycles for over 35 years and won a 2001 WERA National Endurance Series Championship. He spent five years as the editor and chief test rider of Motorcycle Consumer News where he road tested every new street motorcycle available in the U.S. and became one of the top performance-testing journalists in the world. His best-selling book Total Control is considered the bible of high-performance riding technique and sells around the world in five languages. It is the basis for his Total Control Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Riding Clinics that are taught in over 20 states/provinces as well as military bases across the country. His company Total Control Training, Inc. manages and provides curriculum for the California Motorcyclist Safety Program and Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program and provides advanced training nationally for civilians and the military. In total it has taught over 250,000 students worldwide. In addition to being a curriculum developer, Lee is also an Instructor, Instructor Trainer, and Instructor Trainer Trainer. In 2001 his passion for riding and safety led him to start Lee Parks Design, a successful American-made motorcycle safety gear manufacturer.


  • Where: FWH Conf. Ctr.
  • When: Wednesday 6/5; 7:00pm - 8:00pm