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Old 06-14-2013, 08:15 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by GoUglyEarly View Post
We don't need your stinkin' Torrie dirt.

We got our own Colonial school right here in Joisey (was featured in AMA Magazine):
It's a good thing you oiks have your own mulch to play in. You simply aren't the right kind of people for our fine Welsh mud.
I like my bike because I can overtake 4x4s down farm tracks with a week's worth of shopping on the back.
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:26 AM   #17
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I didn't see anything on MSF's site for local to you dirt bike schools. But...

Rich Lafferty does all levels of training in south Jersey:

You can keep an eye on Shane Watts's schedule and sign up for one of his schools when it comes near you:
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Old 06-14-2013, 08:17 PM   #18
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I have attended all of these

Plus a one day RawHyde Adventure clinic.

They are in the order that I preferred them but their really is not much difference. MotoMark1 had the most realistic training. On day 2 you did the course (sand, mud, ruts, hill climbs and yes, jumps) with all your camping gear strapped to the bike. Sure teaches you how to pack light. He also had night riding because even with the best intentions we do get stuck out there sometimes
Been to Spain, Maine and Spokane. Jumped rope, smoked dope, farted, fucked and fought round the world, twice. Hell, I've even seen goats fuck in the market place, but I've never seen shit like this!

All I need are loose shoes, tight pussy and a warm place to shit.
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Old 06-16-2013, 05:32 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by VACommuter View Post
I'd be cranky too if I had to blow 500 horses!
You can bet your sweet ass and half a titty...
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Old 06-17-2013, 04:04 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by GoUglyEarly View Post
We don't need your stinkin' Torrie dirt.

We got our own Colonial school right here in Joisey (was featured in AMA Magazine):
Anybody know how to get a hold of these guys?

I tried to e-mail them based on the address on their website... My e-mail was returned by their ISP as spam based on my e-mail provider (gmail)
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Old 06-17-2013, 10:24 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by FiveG View Post
I am trying to locate a good dirt school/course for someone (me) who is a street rider who wants to learn some dirt skills. Not for hard core off road, necessarily, but to use when my riding hits dirt or gravel roads, or to carry over some of the techniques you dirt experts use. I've tried the MSF website, but are there any other places I can try? I'm in CT, so a New England/Eastern NY location are my preferences).

I'll be teaching a class July 8th & 9th at Hunter Mountain, NY. Call any of the Max BMW stores to register. This two day class is a great entry level program for larger adventure/ dual sport bikes. There is a mix of drills with feedback and application rides.

In case you are wondering who "I" am, a little about myself: I am a certified advanced level BMW Instructor, one of only two in the US. I previously worked at the BMW Performance Center since the inception of their training programs and the lead instructor the past two years. I have a background in adventure touring in the US and South America as well as have competed in the Dakar, Rallymoto and BITD. Most recently I trained the riders in Neale Bayly Rides Peru as well as supported them in their ride.

If you have any question feel free to pm me.

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