Every handcrafted piece of fine wooden furniture starts wtih the roughest of sandpaper. And like that gem hidden within a raw piece of wood, we know there’s an enthusiastic adventure seeker in each of us. And if there’s any class to help bring it out, this is it!

In this 2 day class we teach the fundamentals and key differences between both on-road and off-road riding. From body position, braking, & clutch control, to just making you as comfortable and confident as possible on the bike. We’ll answer questions, talk through basic maintenance, and work closely with you through practice.

This is a low-key, unintimidating class that’s meant to be only as challenging as you’d like to make it.


This is a fluid, easy going two day itinerary meant to be light, fun, and educational.

While we have a class or two posted, please give us a call if interested in some specific dates. We also split this course into 3 weekday evening sessions through the summer months. A great way to spend those long summer evenings!

Day One

We'll meet at the ranch at 8am for introductions and bike walk throughs, then spend the day discussing and practicing proper body positions and techniques for both on road and off road riding. The day will be filled with drill practice & discussions.

Day Two

Knowing everyone comes with different backgrounds and ways of learning, this day is catered to you. We'll enable and encourage you to be as challenged as you'd like to be. Prefer to just keep practicing? We've got you!

Dates Location/Trainer(s) Price
Level 1
Jun 09 to 10
Two Day
Park City, UT with Shalmarie Wilson
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Level 1
Jul 22 to 23
Two Day
Park City, UT
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Level 1
Aug 03 to 04
Two Day
Park City, UT with Shalmarie Wilson
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Things to Know

What’s Included

Riding fees & lunches are included within the base class price. If you have any dietary restrictions, please let us know when submitting your registration form and we’ll make sure you’re set with options.

Not Included

Bike rentals, riding gear, airfare, lodging, and dinners. But we can help you with all those things! Just let us know what you need and we’ll help you get there. You can also add on bike rentals and lodging (when available) during the check-out process.

Required Riding Gear

Helmets, riding boots, and gloves are required for all classes. Body armor is strongly recommended. The more protected you feel, the more you’ll push out of your comfort zone and learn new skills. If you have any questions on your gear, hit us up anytime.

Deposit & Cancellation Fees

We ride rain or shine, but understand life happens.

Cancel within 48 hours of purchase for a full refund. For cancellations up to 3 weeks prior to your class, a credit for a future class of equal value will be issued and available for 12 months from issued date. However, no refunds or credits will be given for cancellations within 3 weeks prior to the start of the class and/or ride.

If you are unable to complete a class or ride that you started due to physical or mechanical reasons, you may be issued a partial credit to attend a future class or event within 12 months.

If a class or tour is canceled due to extreme weather or tragedy, participants will be given a credit towards equivalent class or ride of their choice on a future date.

Motorcycle Equipment

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.

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