DBS is a one-day training course conducted off-road on dual-purpose motorcycles intended for riders interested in recreational trail riding. Content includes riding skills development, risk management and environmental awareness. Having off-road skills can also enhance the on-road riding experience.
Many adults take the course with their children and/or family members to enjoy the memorable experience.
Motorcycle: Bring your own motorcycle or use one of ours! A training motorcycle may be rented for an additional $20.
Minimum Equipment: Safe off-road or dual-sport motorcycle with appropriate tires for dirt riding and fuel for 6-8 hours of riding, spare spark plug and basic tool kit (plug wrench, etc), DOT helmet, jacket, sturdy pants, gloves, eye protection, over-the-ankle boots. (You can also rent limited off-road riding gear from us.) Hydration packs (CamelBak, canteens, etc.) are recommended for all seasons. Long sleeves recommended for summer.
Class Overview: Controls, Moving the motorcycle (clutch, starting, stopping) Riding posture, Shifting, Lower Body Control, Turning, Riding Management, Turning and Gap Selection, Counterbalancing, Riding Over Obstacles, K-Turn, U-Turns on Hills, Traversing Hills, Riding Responsibly, Post Ride Check/Dismissal.
Length: 8 hours (1 day)
Age: 6 years old - Adult
Note: Ages 6 - 11 cannot be taught with other age groups except in family/group classes.
Also note that for our DBS, the rescheduling fee if you fail to contact us prior to 48 hours before the start of your class is $25.
Take a look at this video of the MSF DrtBike School: