Featured Trips

Private Training
Private Training
Caldwell, ID, USA
01 Apr, 2024
Virginia Adventure Training
Virginia Adventure Training
Greenville, VA, USA
09 May, 2024
Virginia Adventure Training
Virginia Adventure Training
Greenville, VA, USA
16 May, 2024

Past Trips

Georgia Adventure Training
Georgia Adventure Training
Young Harris, GA 30582, USA
14 Mar, 2024
Challenge Camp Georgia
Challenge Camp Georgia
Young Harris, GA 30582, USA
21 Mar, 2024
Challenge Camp Virginia
Challenge Camp Virginia
Greenville, VA, USA
11 Apr, 2024

Reviews

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hallenge Camp: Great for Experienced Riders Bret, Paul, and Greg are fantastic instructors! The Camp environment was friendly and professionally managed. Challenge Camp is truly challenging, much more so than regular training camps. As a beginner ADV rider, it was a bit too intense for me. I recommend this camp for mid-level and experienced riders. I even met some guys on their third Challenge Camp who were still learning and improving their techniques. I'll definitely be back for this training, but after completing a regular training camp first
By Payam M for Challenge Camp Virginia on Apr 15, 2024
Bret's Challenge Camp lived up to its name. I was definitely challenged to the edge of my limits, but most importantly I came away with new skills and the confidence to allow me to continue developing as an ADV moto rider. I really appreciated that Bret, Paul and Greg took efforts to adjust the training activities to ensure that everyone (including newbies like myself) would be exposed to an appropriate level of challenge for his ability/comfort level. Attitude definitely matters. What you get from the training will be directly related to how much you're willing to put into it; to move outside your own comfort zone. I would recommend this course but with the caveat that the person taking the course seriously understands his/her limits. The Sunday School Ride was also a blast and definitely capped a tremendous weekend.
By Bill C for Challenge Camp Georgia on Apr 08, 2024
CA
I finally learned how to use my body position on the bike to get the bike to go where I want it to go. I have a long way to go before am "unconsciously competent", but I have progressed from Unconsciously Incompetent (I didn't know what I didn't know) so I now have a path to improvement.
By Christopher A for Georgia Adventure Training on Mar 26, 2024