PSS Off Road Adventure Camps

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Maddaddy, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. Maddaddy

    Maddaddy Greg

    Oct 8, 2006
    There is still room in to sign up for one of our Adventure Camps this spring!

    Learn core skills for riding your Adventure Bike off road on a closed course facility.
    $625.00 includes catered meals from our new on site camp chef.

    Visit: Puget Sound Safety Off Road. for more information and dates.



    Day 1 - Arrivals, Camp Setup & Workshop
    The gates open at 3pm this afternoon for arrivals and camp setup. There will be an introductory workshop discussing bike setup for the camp. An optional meet and greet will be held at a nearby restaurant around 6pm.

    Day 2 - Training - Sunrise to Sunset
    This day is jam packed with riding drills from sun up to sun down. There will be a few breaks through the day along with lunch provided by us. Break times will be kept lively with short clinics on adventure traveling topics. After the training is completed the group will enjoy dinner at camp provided by us and accompanied by a slideshow of photos from the day.

    Day 3 - More Training - Sunrise to Sunset
    Get your self freshened up and top yourself off with our continental breakfast spread this morning. This is another day packed with riding drills that will expand up on the previous day and provide additional practice time on skills learned. There will be several breaks through the day and lunch is provided by us as well. Additional adventure traveling topics will be discussed during break times. After training has completed for the day you'll have personal time and the option to "head to town" for dinner with your fellow riders.

    Day 4 - Off-site Training Excursions
    Warm beverages will be to get you rolling out of camp. Riders can meet up at a nearby restaurant for breakfast before heading off to local forests. This day will be spent off-site in local forests among gravel roads and trails. It will take about 40 miles of paved road to reach the forests. Once we get off-pavement the focus will be on using skills learned over the last few days. Instruction and coaching will be provided on-the-go as we make use of the many training opportunities our route will cover.