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Hoosier Fall ADV Training
Hoosier Fall ADV Boot Camp 2021
Hoosier ADV Boot Camp is an opportunity to learn essential off-road skills and techniques based on the Adventure. TAARA, or Tom Asher Adventure Rider Academy, is offering this three-day training event to give you the confidence needed to handle your motorcycle when you leave the pavement behind.
Time & Location
Oct 21, 2021, 3:00 PM EDT – Oct 24, 2021, 7:00 PM EDT
Hoosier Fall ADV Training, 20950 E County Rd 200 N, Hartsville, IN 47244, USA
About The Event
New for this October 2021 GS Trophy competitor Charles Lucht will be accompanying us to help with training for the Beginner and Intermediate classes. Charles's excellant riding skills landed him a spot on the 2016 BMW USA Trophy team that competed in Thailand. We are very fortunate to have him working with us this year.
Also official TAARA riding jerseys will be given to each student upon arrival at the event.
Hoosier ADV Boot Camp is an opportunity to learn essential off-road skills and techniques based on the Adventure. TAARA, or Tom Asher Adventure Rider Academy, is offering this three-day training event to give you the confidence needed to handle your motorcycle when you leave the pavement behind. Learn how to safely complete any adventure using finesse and skill. Classes from Beginner to Advanced. Huge variety of terrain available.
Beginner ADV: This class is strictly for new to off road riders who are already riding on road. A very important class that goes over the fundamentals of off-road riding as well as clutch, throttle, brake, balance, and turning control. We touch on everything from body position, bike recovery, basic bike prep and gear. Definitely a must do class if you want to get into the ADV segment where you will be riding on different terrains including gravel. Any bike is welcome, but the class is structured for larger motorcycles. Class will begin Friday June 11th at 10am Limit is 10 riders.
Intermediate :. Offered specifically at select events. We will focus on balance and turning in technical areas. Everything will be hands on and more off road oriented. We will cross ditches, logs, water(if available), mud. We will learn how to navigate tight trails with a large motorcycle. You will learn hill techniques up and down. This is one of the most fun classes and you will have a great potential to advance your riding ability. Any bike is welcome, but the class is structured for larger motorcycles. A skid plate and hand guards are highly suggested for this class. We prefer for this class that you have already been riding off road and are fairly confident in your abilities. Also a previous intermediate class from us or another trainer is preferred but not mandatory. And don't worry, I have picked up hundreds of bikes. 8) Any bike is welcome, but the class is structured for larger motorcycles. Class will begin Saturday, June 12th at 9am. Limit is 10 riders
Specialty Advanced: This is a brand new class based on learning specific advanced techniques. It is going to wear you out!(warning). This class will be teaching you how to lift the front wheel, 180 spin turns, advanced log crossings and larger obstacles, single track, brake slide control, and jumps. Skid plate, proper gear, and handlebar protection is definitely needed in this class. So if you are already a good off-road rider who can properly use a clutch with only two fingers and want to learn these specialty skills, maybe this class is for you? Any bike is welcome, but the class is structured for larger motorcycles. Class will begin Sunday June 13th at 8am. Limit is 8 riders. 2021 speciality advanced class will be a little different from the previous year to accomidate second year students.
NOTICE: All class structures are subject to change according to the amount of students and weather conditions.
Breakfast will be provided by donations to the house Saturday and Sunday
Lunch will be available locally aprox 5 miles from training location.
Dinner Friday and Saturday will be available for purchase at the training grounds.
Food is subject to change. We will notify everyone of any changes that may effect you.
If you can not make it please let us know you are canceling 2 weeks in advance for a full refund. After 2 weeks rain checks will be provided. Thanks
Camping is free. Restrooms and a shower will be provided.
Food is available 5 miles away.
Garage and tools are available for repairs if needed.
Shelter is available.
Any questions please contact:
Host: Mike Williams Flying Field
Mike Williams 812-343-8879
Tom Asher 740-974-7631
Event Address: 20950 e 200 n Hartsville, In 47244
Hoosier ADV Beginner
One ticket for the beginner classes starting Friday at 10am October 22th. Class will end around 5pm.
Hoosier ADV Intermediate
One ticket for the beginner classes starting Saturday at 9am October 23. Class ends around 5pm or other.
Hoosier ADV Advanced
One ticket for the advanced classes starting Sunday at 8am October 24th. Class will end around 3pm or other.
Hoosier ADV Double
This ticket is good for any 2 classes.
Hoosier ADV Ironman
This ticket includes all 3 classes