With the help of Pit Traffic and Gifted Productions, Beau Baron will be heading to Northern California to teach a quad class for interested riders, but space is limited! Only the first 12 people to register and pay will be accepted. We will be taking registrations until August 1st, or until the class is full via paid registrations. The registration form will be taken down when all spots have been filled.
When: August 18th, Saturday from 9am to 3:30pm.
Cost: Total cost per rider is $310
What will be covered?
The small class size with ensure that each rider gets a lot of one-on-one instruction from Beau. Rider input, both during the registration process and the day of the class, will determine actual topics. Past topics have included proper techniques for jumping, cornering, shifting, starts, whoops and more.
Who can participate? All riders of every skill level and age are welcome to sign up for the ride school. Every rider can learn something from him that will be sure to improve your on-bike performance and technique.
What will riders need? Riders will need what they would normally take to a race – their quad, fuel, tools, protective gear, water, and lunch.
In 2011 I attended Beau Barons riding school up in Olympia, Washington, where I was taught valuable motocross lessons and techniques. Since then my speed has dramatically improved as I continue to use and build on the things I learned with Beau. – Steven Daniels, aka Flippy, who with Beau’s help has become less flippy.
An invoice will be sent to your email address, so make sure it is correct. If you want to drop out of the class, refunds will only be given until August 1st. After that you will not be refunded any money. Registered participants who have already paid are the ONLY participants with a reserved spot. Payment guarantees you have one of the 12 spots. Refunds before August 1st will be less the processing fee.
THE SCHOOL IS CURRENTLY FULL.
Beau is a former WORCS champion and is currently leading in points for the 2012 WORCS season. With extensive experience in XC and MX on a quad and on a bike, Beau is a wealth of knowledge and a pretty cool guy to boot. We are happy to help organize this event and we know riders will gain a great deal from participating in his school. Learn a little bit more about Beau Baron by clicking here, or listen to his interview before the Washington ride school here.