ADV PROGRAMS


BIKE MAINTENANCE CLINIC

This clinic will teach you everything you need to know to properly maintain your dirt/adventure motorcycle, make it work better, last longer and cut back on expensive repairs.   From the basics on how to properly prepare your bike for a day of riding, to how to adjust and maintain your bike on a regular basis, to in-field repairs such as how to fix a hydro-locked bike.  Course length is approximately 4 hours.

FUNDAMENTALS SCHOOL

The ideal candidate for the novice dual sport school may or may not have ridden off-road or on gravel before and wants to feel more comfortable on a bike & gain the confidence that they can control their machine on or off the beaten path.   Course length is approximately 5 hours.

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

The ideal candidate for the dual sport intermediate school has ventured off-road some but still needs help with managing obstacles.  Up until now all that they have learned has been on their own and they feel that they could benefit from some instruction.  They feel that they lack a general understanding of motorcycle dynamics and that having a better understanding would improve their riding.  This is a full day course.

ADVANCED SCHOOL

The ideal candidate for the advanced dual sport school has reached a stage where they can handle some pretty gnarly terrain!  They have been on some epic rides but there is always someone that is able to go places that they cannot or they seem to struggle when others do not.  At this point they realize that there is always something new to learn & see with this sport!d  This is a full day course.

TEACH ’n TOURS

The philosophy of the Teach ’n Tour program is to take the rider out of the controlled environment and put them in real world scenarios with the usual and unusual challenges that they will face while Adventure Riding.  Participants will learn how to correctly read the terrain, analyze obstacles and best initiate the steps to overcome the hurdles with the expert guidance of a professional instructor.

© Wendy Northrup 2012