50/50 knobby tires are highly recommended, but this decision depends on the type of riding you’d like to do post class. If you can’t decide, give us a ring and we’ll talk you through brand options and types to make sure you have a tire suitable for you. We’ll also have tires on hand at the ranch if we need a last minute swap out.
High quality & strong hand guards to protect levers are recommended. We use and recommend HDB Ultimate Handguards.
Doubletake Mirrors help prevent damage to the expensive original parts. If you have your factory mirrors still on, bring a back up pair just in case or remove them before class starts.
Hard panniers can be dangerous & heavy, and are not permitted during training. Soft luggage can remain on the bike.
If you’d like a bag to carry snacks & water in, a small backpack or Camelbak is highly recommended. While learning body position through different drills, it’s most important to have the freedom to move around the bike as needed, so tank bags often get in the way. Small tail bags for snacks and tools works fine too. Just make sure it’s not too tall to prohibit movement.