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WHAT RIDERS NEED TO
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LOCATIONS & 
DETAILS

You're all set! Congratulations. Thank you for your registration. Your event registration saves your spot in the queue. 

 

Due to the nature of our work it happens that we are out of the office for weeks at a time. Replies might not be as prompt as usual. We will send you a confirmation email/invoice that will confirm your spot. As per our terms and conditions on our website, invoices are payable upon receipt. Payment confirms your spot.  If you do not see an invoice in your mailbox, check your SPAM FOLDER mail under OAA/PayPal. Instructions are on the invoice. 

 

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns at :

info@offroadadventureacademy.com

We look forward to meeting you this season.

 -OAA

KAMLOOPS, BC

Riders

 

We are looking forward to our program in a few weekends. We wanted to give you an idea of how the weekend will go.

A reminder on accommodations for those from out of town, if your plan is camping please make sure to reserve a spot we never know and the same for the Hotels/Motels in the area. You can search for motels in the area. 

 

Venue location.: https://goo.gl/maps/womDbJBXCumzwC8F7

 

Camping is available on site. It is 25$ (E-transfers or cash) per night, tente or RV (no hookups) . Showers on site. Bring your own drinking water if camping.

 

Please make your camp booking by texting  to Sage at 250-318-5120  Include that you are taking the OAA adventure class.

Text :

Name:

Event: OAA adventure class.

Dates:

Number of nights:

Ph number:

 

 

Our training classes will START at 9 am sharp, please show up a minimum of 45 mins to 1hr before so we can take care of administrative formalities and we can all relax before class.  Days end around 3-3:30pm. Sunday we start at 8am and finish around 2:30-3pm.

 

Riders must provide their own lunches and drinks. We will provide a water cooler for refills and fruit and snacks. (Bring your own bottle or water bladder.) 

 

Bike:

 

More than likely you will tip your bike over. We suggest that you take off any potential items in the way if your bike goes down. Panniers, windscreen, turn signal (zip tie turn signals we can help, arrive early )…….. it all depends on the model or brand of bike, some are more vulnerable than others, we leave it to your discretion. The lighter the bike the better. Make sure your bike is mechanically sound, the brakes, clutch, foot brake, and gear lever works properly. Out of respect to other riders, we do not do mechanical work. Bring your personal on-trail tools to adjust your handlebars, levers, and such. It is part of our program to set proper riding positions. We want you to use your trail tools so in the event of a future trail fix you are familiar with your set. 

 

Gear:

 

Dress accordingly for weather i.e. rain gear, we never know. ALL riders are required to wear at all times your riding jacket, riding pants, boots, gloves, and helmet. Street riding boots are not recommended. If you have dirt bike gear protection, it works.

 

 

IMPORTANT Medical needs:

At registration you will be required to provide 2 emergency contacts, phone numbers. Please provide us with any medical condition in advance BY EMAIL and advise us if you take medication (specify please) in case of an emergency.

**You will be asked to fill out a waiver to attend the program. 

 

 

Feel free to contact us at info@offroadadventureacademy.com  if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you for a great weekend of training.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, AB

Riders,

 

We are looking forward to our program in a few weekends. We wanted to give you an idea of how the weekend will go.

A reminder on accommodations for those from out of town, if your plan is camping please make sure to reserve a spot we never know and the same for the Hotels/Motels in the area. You can search for motels in Rocky Mountain House or camp nearby. 

 

Hotels/motels in Rocky Mountain House. Hotels - Google Maps

 

 

Camping info:  

 

Outwest Camping & R.V.Park Ltd.
381071 RR 10, 0, Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T 2A2
(403) 844-3083
https://maps.app.goo.gl/WrhsjFgD7Yu34qJ69

 

Our training classes will START at 9 am sharp, please show up a minimum of 45 mins to 1hr before so we can take care of administrative formalities and we can all relax before class.  Days end around 3-3:30pm. Sunday we start at 8am and finish around 2:30pm.

 

Riders must provide their own lunches and drinks. We will provide a water cooler for refills and fruit and snacks. (Bring your own bottle or water bladder.) 

 

Google map to site: 

https://www.google.com/maps/place/52%C2%B015'38.2%22N+115%C2%B008'59.5%22W/@52.2650477,-115.0969739,14875m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d52.2606062!4d-115.1498508?authuser=1

 

Or copy and paste coordinates below in Google maps.

 

52°15'38.2"N 115°08'59.5"W

52.260611, -115.149861

 

 

Bike:

 

More than likely you will tip your bike over. We suggest that you take off any potential items in the way if your bike goes down. Panniers, windscreen, turn signal (zip tie turn signals we can help, arrive early )…….. it all depends on the model or brand of bike, some are more vulnerable than others, we leave it to your discretion. The lighter the bike the better. Make sure your bike is mechanically sound, the brakes, clutch, foot brake, and gear lever works properly. Out of respect to other riders, we do not do mechanical work. Bring your personal on-trail tools to adjust your handlebars, levers, and such. It is part of our program to set proper riding positions. We want you to use your trail tools so in the event of a future trail fix you are familiar with your set. 

 

Gear:

 

Dress accordingly for weather i.e. rain gear, we never know. ALL riders are required to wear at all times your riding jacket, riding pants, boots, gloves, and helmet. Street riding boots are not recommended. If you have dirt bike gear protection, it works.

 

 

IMPORTANT Medical needs:

At registration you will be required to provide 2 emergency contacts, phone numbers. Please provide us with any medical condition in advance BY EMAIL and advise us if you take medication (specify please) in case of an emergency.

**You will be asked to fill out a waiver to attend the program. 

Feel free to contact us at info@offroadadventureacademy.com  if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you for a great weekend of training.

SHAWINIGAN, PQ

We are very happy to welcome you in a few weeks for training. Here are the details for off-road training in Shawinigan. Here are the instructions for our training weekend at the Val Mauricie outdoor station in Shawinigan Sud.

https://goo.gl/maps/bE9aqjHdfZ25wU4eA

 

For riders wishing to camp there is a campsite near the training center, and hotels/motels in Shawinigan. Suggestions.... Camping.:

https://g.page/IleMelville?share

Comfort Inn.:

https://goo.gl/maps/vJZx7xTSpJK6VaRc6

Hotel l'Energie Shawinigan: https://goo.gl/maps/Z8Bsa4HNFt8qL4a28

 

Our training starts at 9 am sharp, please show up for the first day at least 30-45 mins early to relax, fill out the forms and get your bike ready. Motorcycle lockers: It is more than likely that you will drop your motorcycle over the weekend. So we suggest that you remove the accessories that may be damaged: Mirrors, baskets, windshields, indicators... If you need help, arrive sooner. You don't have to, it's at your discretion. Make sure your bike is in order and the brakes and clutch are working well.

Out of respect for other riders we do not do mechanical work on site, before or after training only. Bring your own trail tools to familiarize yourself with your repair kit. During the training we talk and adjust the levers and pedals, this is included in the training. If there are any hard top boxes attached to the tail of the motorcycle, they must be removed.

 

Lunch:

 

lAs usual we provide a water cooler for water supply. We take about 1 hour break for lunch.

 

Happy hour on Saturday evening. We will ask you to confirm attending our happy hour and if you will stay for dinner. (dinner not included) 

Your better half is welcome to join us.

 

Protection:

 

Plan ahead, Mother Nature can play tricks on us. Raincoat and hot/cold undercoat. Motorcycle boots, jacket and trousers with protection and glasses, goggles (or visor) are compulsory. You will have to wear your equipment throughout the weekend when you are on board your motorcycle, this is without exception. If possible, bring a container for water. We will have water onsite to supply you.

 

IMPORTANT:

 

Medical needs:

At registration you will be required to provide 2 emergency contacts, phone numbers. Please provide us with any medical condition in advance BY EMAIL and advise us if you take medication (specify please) in case of an emergency.

**You will be asked to fill out a waiver to attend the program. 

Feel free to contact us at info@offroadadventureacademy.com  if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you for a great weekend of training.

RIMOUSKI, PQ

We are very happy to welcome you in a few weeks for training. Here are the details for off-road training in Shawinigan. Here are the instructions for our training weekend in Rimouski.

Venue:  48°30'57.6"N 68°20'23.7"W   https://maps.app.goo.gl/UJU33jp7u2Hj5x49A?g_st=ig

 

Camping.: Camping - Google Maps

Hotel / Motel: Hotels - Google Maps

 

Our training starts at 9 am sharp, please show up for the first day at least 30-45 mins early to relax, fill out the forms and get your bike ready. Motorcycle lockers: It is more than likely that you will drop your motorcycle over the weekend. So we suggest that you remove the accessories that may be damaged: Mirrors, baskets, windshields, indicators... If you need help, arrive sooner. You don't have to, it's at your discretion. Make sure your bike is in order and the brakes and clutch are working well.

Out of respect for other riders we do not do mechanical work on site, before or after training only. Bring your own trail tools to familiarize yourself with your repair kit. During the training we talk and adjust the levers and pedals, this is included in the training. If there are any hard top boxes attached to the tail of the motorcycle, they must be removed.

 

Lunch:

 

lunches are included. As usual we provide a water cooler for water supply. We take about 1 hour break for lunch.

Protection:

 

Plan ahead, Mother Nature can play tricks on us. Raincoat and hot/cold undercoat. Motorcycle boots, jacket and trousers with protection and glasses, goggles (or visor) are compulsory. You will have to wear your equipment throughout the weekend when you are on board your motorcycle, this is without exception. If possible, bring a container for water. We will have water onsite to supply you.

 

IMPORTANT:

 

Medical needs:

At registration you will be required to provide 2 emergency contacts, phone numbers. Please provide us with any medical condition in advance BY EMAIL and advise us if you take medication (specify please) in case of an emergency.

**You will be asked to fill out a waiver to attend the program. 

Feel free to contact us at info@offroadadventureacademy.com  if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you for a great weekend of training.

Our Freedom course, here are the details. 

 

We are staging at Toad Rock motorcycle campground. Most of the training will be on the trail in the area. For those that want to stay on site you may contact Toad Rock to book your stay. For those staying off site, make sure to show up around 8:15am Saturday morning to take care of formalities. Meeting place will be beside the main pavilion. For those that do not know, Toad Rock is a motorcycle paradise for all and all types and above all, Mary's home.

 

Training days start at 9 am sharp. Please do not be late. For the on trail training you will need to carry your water (2 liters min), trail snacks and trail tools. You may want to carry your rain gear if needed. A full tank of gas. (If you have a 30 liter tank, half a tank is good) For those that need to carry equipment, hard luggage is not allowed. Soft luggage is ok. A little rolie bag ideally. Pack light, bare minimum.  

 

For lunch, reserve at a restaurant in town.... for Saturday and Sunday.  

 

Xplor ride....  

 

For the Xplor ride, we depart from Toad Rock at 8am Monday morning, lunch in Kaslo, and end our day at our campground on the lake in the Duncan area. Riders will provide their own tent and gear. A BBQ dinner will be provided Monday evening and also a basic continental breakfast. (coffee, fruit ...) We ride and Back at Toad Rock Tuesday afternoon.

We will have a cooler available for you with ice for those that want to bring a few cold ones for after a great day of riding. 

Our support vehicle will carry all the camping gear. Pack light and remember you are not relocating or moving out but camping for one night. ;-)

We will carry water for you to refill your containers. Bring trail snacks for 2 days of riding. 

 

This is an Xploration ride, we will ride trails we have been on before and new trails to Xplor. We deal with situations as a group. 

 

Feel free to contact us at info@offroadadventureacademy.com  if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to meeting you for a great weekend of training.

BALFOUR, BC

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