OUR CLASSES




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WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR MY CHILD TO ATTEND: Children must be between the ages of 6 and 12 years old, must be able to ride a bicycle without training wheels, and must be able to take directions.


WHAT DOES MY CHILD HAVE TO BRING AND WEAR FOR CLASS: We will provide the pocket bikes, helmets, clean helmet sock, protective gear, water, and snacks. Children should wear jeans, t -shirts, and tennis shoes. Children with hair longer than shoulder length should plan to put hair up for safety reasons.


WILL THIS CLASS TEACH MY CHILD TO RACE: No, our classes are the introductory of motorcycle riding. We teach the importance of safety, responsibility, and the joy of the sport. Our class is specifically designed to teach your child how to ride pocket bikes. 


WHAT TYPES OF BIKES ARE USED: 49cc pocket bikes are used, with a bike speed of 5 to 50 mph. For the beginner classes, the bike will be governed not to exceed 10 - 15 mph.


HOW BIG IS EACH CLASS AND IS THIS COURSE DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR BOYS: At this time, we are accepting a minimum of (4) students per class, with a maximum of (6) students per class. The classes are open to girls as well as boys, and we highly encourage girls to attend.


HOW LONG ARE THE CLASSES, AND CAN I JUST DROP MY CHILD OFF AND COME BACK LATER: Classes are 3 - 4 hours which includes classroom and riding time. A parent or legal guardian must be present at all times. There will be a designated area for parents to sit and watch your child learn how to ride.


ARE WE ABLE  TO TAKE PICTURES DURING THE CLASS: Of course! We highly encourage taking as many pictures as you like. We will also be taking many pictures and posting on our Facebook page after each event. 


HOW DO WE SIGN UP: If your interested in signing your child up for one of our classes, please go to our schedule and click on the date you would like to attend. Information and payment will be forwarded to our office.


IS THIS SPORT DANGEROUS: Any sport is dangerous. The main focus on our classes is the importance of safety and listening to instructors to prevent injury. In the case of an injury, we will have first aid available at all times. Our main instructor is a registered EMT in the event medical aid is needed.