Please understand and verify that you meet the requirements to be successful with the Dual Sport Motorcycle Training. Dirty for Good training will involve 6 to 8 hours per day of riding. Much of the riding involves standing up on the motorcycle's footpegs while using body positioning for turns, surmounting obstacles, water crossings, uphill and downhill terrain as well as mud, sand, gravel, and rocks. Dual Sport riding requires stamina, good health, physical fitness, balance, agility, mental alertness and the ability to focus on and follow instructions.
You can ONLY be successful if you meet these requirements, have a motorcycle endorsement on your driver's license and are willing to learn. We share these realities not to intimidate you or scare you away from this training, but to ensure that you understand what it takes to have a successful and enjoyable experience.
NOTE: Armored, motorcycle specific road gear is acceptable. For Dirt/Dual sport/Adventure specific riding gear, consider going to revzilla.com or cyclegear.com and look at their offerings. We can provide you with other online resources if needed.
Training days: (1) closed range training; (2-4) situational trail riding; and (5) self-guided routes.
1. 50% to Final Salute, Inc. https://www.finalsaluteinc.org to support homeless or struggling female veterans.
2. 25% to Women's Coalition of Motorcyclists Off-Road Riding Train-the-Female-Trainer scholarship fund.
3. 25% to Women's Motorcyclist Foundation's Youth Scholarship off-road riding training fund for youths 17 & younger.