While taking a rider course is the best way to master the skills you’ll need to ride, classes come with their own pressures and limitations. People taking the class have different skill levels, you feel tense at having to perform in front of an audience and the instructor has to split his or her attention 10 ways and may not have the time to help you perfect a skill that’s got you worried. If you need more riding time before your endorsement, want to practice a specific skill, or are an experienced rider who wants to go the extra mile to get better, consider signing up for our One-on-One training.
It’s exactly what it sounds like: just you, a bike, an instructor and the track for specialized training focused on exactly what you need. You decide what you want to work on and you get two hours of a professional rider’s undivided attention. No pressure, no queues, and nobody in the way.
One-on-One sessions are for improving your skills as a rider – not alternate ways to get an endorsement. Due to high demand, these sessions fill up quickly, so if this sounds like something you might be interested in, contact us today to save your spot.