Georgia's Premier Dirtbike School will teach basic safety and motorcycle techniques. Students will experience hands-on training, verbal coaching and riding demonstrations on how to operate a dirt bike. Students will perform exercises in a controlled environment at the MSF Campus closed range. Class sizes are kept small to ensure that maximum attention is given to each rider on and off the range. The allowable age range is from 6 years old and above. Please call for Private family courses.
What do I need to Know?
7:45am-3:00pm ( kids ages 6 to11 must have guardian stay onsite all day)
Any rider under the age of 18 must have an adult sign all waviers to get in the course.
All times are estimates and are given as a guide; achieving lesson objectives may require more or
less time depeding on class and riders skill level.
All of the proper riding safety gear, experienced MSF Certified Coaches, and CRF Honda dirt bikes.
Viewing areas, vending machine, refrigerator, microwave, bathrooms, and locker rooms/showers.
What do I need to bring?
Long thick socks, snacks, drinks, and lunch
After attending a Basic Dirtbike School you will leave with confidence and the knowledge on how to properly operate a dirt bike.
Introduction To Trail Riding Course
The Introduction to Trail Riding Course is the next level DirtBike School course designed to familiarize riders with riding off-road on actual trails. The course builds on the knowledge developed in the Basic DirtBike School and teaches more advanced riding skills to build confidence and safe riding habits when trail riding and going over obstacles.
Prerequisites for the Trail Riding Course:
Basic DirtBike School completion
Smooth clutch and throttle control
Be proficient when using brakes, shifting, turning, and standing.
Throttle into fun and learning new skill sets with the two day DirtBike Camp. This course combines the Basic Dirtbike School on the first day and the Introduction to Trail Riding course on the second day for the best training experience. Predetermined stop points through out the trails provide great opportunities to discuss mental strategies, riding techniques, and trail etiquette.
What to bring: Water, Snacks, Long Socks, and lunch for both days. For more details please contact: Brandon Guest at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-442-2043.