Clinic June 29, 2024
ADV Riding Clinic hosted by Street Track n' Trail
June 29, 2024
Join Kane from Appalachian ADV for a one day beginner to intermediate ADV Riding Clinic. Each Clinic will only have 5-6 open spots which means more reps, less sitting around, and more attentiveness. Participants must bring their own bikes.
The riding clinic will include basic ADV bike set-up, theory and drills, and real-world riding tests. The cost of the clinic will also include coffee, lunch, the ability to camp at STnT on Friday & Saturday nights, and Truck/Trailer parking on-site. Hotels and other lodging options are available within 15 minutes of STnT in Meadville or Conneaut Lake.
The Saturday morning session will include a slew of drills, confidence course, and the grass track on the STnT grounds. For the afternoon session we will run an ADV loop designed to build upon skills from the previous session as well as add new drills. Please bring plenty of fluids, snacks, and appropriate riding gear (i.e. riding boots, riding pants and jacket with armor, helmet, gloves, weather-appropriate layers/rain gear). Your motorcycle should be current on all maintenance requirements and it is highly recommended that participants also have fairly fresh ADV tires, skid plates, and other crash protection on the bikes. Tires should be a minimum 50/50 but we highly recommend more aggressive tires! Not all 50/50's are the same! We recommend a fairly fresh tire with defined knobblies that are similar in nature to the MOTOZ Tractionator GPS or Tractionator Adventure / Dual Venture. Contact Kane@AppalachianADV.com with any specific questions about tire selection.
Our goal is to push your limits and get you out of your comfort zone a bit. This ADV Ride Clinic is intended to familiarize riders with the theory, physics, and skills necessary to ride ADV & Dual Sport bikes on gravel and dirt surfaces. We do not expect riders to master every drill at the conclusion of the course but to have a solid foundation, recognition of weak spots, and the ability to take these theories and drills home allowing continued practice to build upon the riders' skills.
- Check-In, Meet-n-Greet, and Coffee will occur at STnT at 8:00 am
- The morning session will run through 11:30
- Lunch will be provided from 11:30-12:30
- The afternoon session will be from 12:30 to approximately 5:00 pm
"You're doing a really good thing for the beginners of, not just Adventure, but riding as a whole. You were very organized and covered everything you need to know." - Cody from Sandy Lake, Pennsylvania
"What a great time. Being new to the ADV world and having a Harley-Davidson Pan America, Kane showed me what this bike is capable of. I learned tons of techniques and gained confidence in handling off road obstacles." -Matt from Cleveland, Ohio
"Kane Wagner is a wonderful ADV riding instructor. His clinics are so helpful to learn and apply the basic skills needed to take your riding adventures to the next level." -Tambra from Titusville, Pennsylvania
"Very good course! I got into ADV riding 3 years ago but haven’t tested my skills like I did this weekend. Highly recommended if you want to learn some new practice drills to sharpen your off-road riding ability and improve confidence. No classroom, you’re learning while on your bike all day, which was perfect for me." -Dan from Aliquippa, Pennsylvania
"Would definitely recommend the clinic I have been off-road on dirt bikes all my life and Kane taught me some things... on my Honda CB500X Rally Raid." -Steven from Boardman, Ohio
Street Track n' Trail
FAQs for Appalachian ADV Events including skill level and terrain rating breakdowns.
Motoz Tires USA - The Official Tire of Appalachian ADV
Gryphon Moto - The Official Riding Gear of Appalachian ADV
Participants must be at least 16 with a motorcycle endorsed drivers license or a motorcycle temporary instruction permit. Participants are responsible to carry appropriate insurance for their motorcycle.