The ADVRC is an introduction to riding adventure-type motorcycles on off-pavement surfaces. It provides fundamental skills on a low-traction surface, emphasizing body position and control use specific to off-pavement riding.
Up to 8 riders may enroll at 1 time.
Off-road range address: FM 1602, Jonesboro, Texas
It lasts approximately 5 hours and the cost is $199.
As an off-pavement course, the ADVRC riding lessons require more stamina and dexterity than typical on-pavement street courses.
The course is for licensed riders who own an adventure bike (ADV) and have experience with it on the street. (You must have an M endorsement to enroll). No experience riding off-pavement is required. Early riding exercises determine if a rider possesses the needed skills to complete the course.
An OEM-manufactured, street-legal motorcycle designed for long-distance highway riding as well as off-pavement riding. Motorcycles must have sufficient off-pavement capabilities for the course, with a Coach making the final determination.
Conversion or modified motorcycles are not suitable.
Motorcycles with tires designed solely for on-pavement operation are not suitable.
Most standard, dual-sport motorcycles are appropriate.
Your motorcycle must be insured and proof of that insurance must be shown upon arrival.
This is intended to be a basic off-road course for riders brand new to adventure riding or dual sport riding. It is NOT intended to take the place of or compete with existing intermediate and advanced adventure schools like Rawhyde, Dragoo Adventure Rider Training, etc.
DOT Approved Helmet w/DOT Sticker
Motorcycle Goggles or approved safety glasses
Long sleeve shirt
Long pants (no holes, no sweatpants)
Sturdy, over-the-ankle boots
Over the finger gloves
Off-highway gear encouraged
Adventure style boots