Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Cost: $300 USD (Deposit of $150, balance paid Sep 14)
Location: Chehalis, Washington - Brad Baker's Ranch (AMA Grand National Champion)
Instructor: Brian Bartlow (5 Time Flat Track Champion)
PRS Staff at Event: Dat Louie
Kawasaki KLX 140 dirt bikes (thank you Kawasaki Motor Corporation), helmets, gloves, boots, shirts and pants are all provided, all you need to do is show up!
Space is very limited. Hope you join us for an experience you will not forget!
Dirt track training has been the preferred method used by World Champions road racers. It allows the riders to push harder at a lower speed and build the confidence/skills needed to be a better rider. No matter what kind of rider you are, be it road, dirt, trials, motocross or street, this program is for you. Choose between one or two days of great riding - learn how much traction and control you actually have when you apply what you learn from Flat Track Champions. Gain a skill set that can save you from a crash on the wet streets of Vancouver.
PRS instructors and alumni have travelled and trained with Feel Like a Pro Dirt in California, now they are coming to us (Well, a little closer... just a short drive to Washington State)! Five time Flat Track Champion Brian Bartlow will be bringing his FEEL LIKE A PRO DIRT school to Chehalis, Washington – giving us better access to his program.
Brian Bartlow has 25 years of motorcycle racing experience and has won more than 500 races, set track records at venues throughout the USA in Road Racing, Supermoto and Flat Track. The flat track ranch is a treat in itself being the training grounds of Brad Baker - AMA Flat Track Grand National Champion. Brad's entourage of Pro Flat Trackers - Scott Baker, Shelby Miller, Jacob Lehmann and Cole Frederickson will help out with the instruction and provide "mind blowing" controlled slides that demonstrating how things are done at the professional level.
Morning will start with riders stretching to help prevent possible injury, then the day consisted of multiple drill learning the fundamentals of balance, focus, vision, throttle control, body positioning, braking techniques, turning techniques, controlled slides, and feet up drills. In the afternoon, we run through time events and some friendly racing.