Dirt Bike Training – Los Angeles
Level 2, Novice
USA, North America
2.0 / 5.0
For existing street and dirt bike riders!
This one day novice dirt bike course is the next level following our bginner school. Designed to offer existing street and dirt bike riders a glimpse into the Californian recreational off-road riding scene away from motocross tracks. Abiding to our motto “Learn to ride and ride to improve” we maintain an itinerary to put your newly acquired skills into practice during some real trail riding scenarios following drills to reinforce previously learned skills.
Our training grounds in Southern California offer plenty of diverse terrain to learn controlling your bike in many trail riding scenarios. Classes are held year around. You will learn the proper active body position based on different riding situation. You will learn to ride a motorcycle across some obstacles and changing surfaces like deep sand, ruts, rocks, and whoops. We will practice advanced turning and turn-around skills in rough terrain and steep hills. A special focus is put on controlled front brake in comparison, or in combination with rear brake and throttle control.
This one day novice dirt bike course is different from other offers because you will acquire new skills in the real riding world of a 24000 acre open OHV area, offering moderate to hard riding terrain.
After approximately 3 to 4 hours of diverse intense repeating drills you will spend several hours with additional instructions during a guided ride.
Who should attend this Novice dirt bike training?
Anyone, age 12 or older with some motorcycle riding experience (no driver license needed)
Motorcyclists who have accomplished the ADMO beginner school (Level 1)
Dirt bike rider who would like to improve intuitive control
Experienced street and off-road motorcyclists who want to gain safe riding
Novice Training Topics:
Pre-ride motorcycle inspection
Proper active body position
Braking without traction
Dirt bike handling
Turning and maneuvering
Anticipating terrain reading
Riding sand, rocks, etc.
Climbing and descending hills
Obstacles, woops, and small jumps
Riding gear advice
This family oriented dirt bike course equips you with enough skills to conquer the typical encounters while riding offroad. You will have enough skills to comfortably participate on some of our guided off-road day rides.
Small groups allow adjusting the difficulty of our course to the needs of the individual participants. We also offer private coaching for individuals, families and groups.