MSF Dirt School looking for facilities in VA, WV, and NC

Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Retro, Jan 15, 2006.

  1. Retro

    Retro Just the Facts Ma'am Super Moderator

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    I was chatting with the MSF Dirt Bike School at the DC Bike Show. I had on my advrider shirt and he was chatting me up about the site. During the conversation he asked me if I knew of any places in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina that might be available to do Dirt Bike School programs.

    I told him I didn't but would be happy to post on this board. If you know of any possible places please post them here. I will make sure the info gets back to him as well.

    Even if you don't know if a place is available, but you know who the owner is, please post it for follow up. PM me if you'd rather not make the location or owner name public.

    Thanks,

    Retro
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  2. Nocturnal

    Nocturnal Long timer

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    Retro, any idea what they are looking for as far as size in acreage or terrain?
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  3. Witold

    Witold Been here awhile

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    Please post when they actually put on this school. I've always wanted to get into dirt biking but there is no dirtbike schools anywhere close to DC... :(
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  4. RAW

    RAW stamen in the sniffer

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    I would be open to running classes on my land in Western NC.
    It would depend on frequency and potential income (to manage the trails).

    253 mountain acres
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  5. Krautbikeman

    Krautbikeman Failed Anger Mgt #$%@#$%^

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    One full size range will be 150' x 200' and that area must be clear of any trees, large rocks, or any other obstacles. The composition of the land can be sand, gravel, small rocks, grass, etc. The land should be relatively level as well.

    There should be a 40' buffer all the way around the range to provide a margin of safety. :deal
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  6. RAW

    RAW stamen in the sniffer

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    I'm out then.
    Thought they'd be looking for trails.
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