Your investment into your riding should NOT be measured in hours, dollars or miles. The only measure that matters are the results of your investment.
Natural learning doesn’t come from memorizing formulas or processes, it comes from experiencing failure and success. Bret Tkacs’ unique teaching style avoids wrote formulas in exchange for experiences that allow you to gain understanding that you can repurpose into any riding situation.
You won’t learn a specific skill, you will learn how to turn your motorcycle into an extension of your body and the terrain into your dance partner. The trail in not meant to be concurred it’s meant to be danced with.
The difference between the amateur and the pro is not the skills they use but rather the level of understanding and proficiency of those skills and the level of challenge they are able to apply those “basic” skills. What many naïve riders believe are that there are “advanced” skills and “basic” skills. The truth is that they are one in the same.
These multi-day training camps use a semi-controlled environment to introduce, or master, (depending on your skill) those so called “basic” skills. Perfect for riders of all levels, this is the most popular training format offered, and for good reason.