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 #19460  by troy
 25 Aug 2016 11:58

2 Days of Adventure Motorcycle Training - $295
Meet & Greet Intro @ Engles Motors Friday, October 21, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
The training will be Sat & Sun, October 22 & 23 at Valley Speedway in Grain Valley, MO
Sign up by calling Dave Abrams @ (816) 699-2563 or email @ djaabrams@gmail.com


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PDF Flyer attached.

Expect this price to go UP next year as insurance costs are going up, etc. A few spots are still open.

Bill Dragoo is an amazing rider and an even better human being. I've ridden with him a couple of times and heard his story. Bill has placed first and second in multiple Rawhyde ADV competitions, and has been chosen in the past by BMW to compete on the US team in the BMW GS Trophy event.

This is sure to be some great training that will leave you more confident and capable on your motorcycle.
https://billdragoo.com/2015/07/07/adven ... -missouri/
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 #19550  by troy
 13 Sep 2016 07:22
jtrav77 wrote:Has anyone successfully registered for this? I emailed David and Bill separately on August 25th and neither one has responded.
That is odd. I guess I'd call David. 816-699-2563.

I emailed Bill last night to see if I could help. I'll let you know if I get a reply.
 #19555  by troy
 13 Sep 2016 09:10
I heard from Bill. It sounds like they are struggling a little bit to accommodate the number of people who want to take the class and working on a solution that includes a possible venue change to a location closer to KC.

That said, don't hesitate to call David. Let us know what you find out. No doubt it will be some great training!
 #19773  by Snowman
 19 Oct 2016 19:18
Afraid I beat myself up pretty good testing out my new routes and minimal adv skills last weekend. Biggest issue was a pretty severe ankle sprain (didn't think that was possible with full Moto boots)still can't stand for more than a few minutes at a time so that option is out. Now that I know there's local training I'll keep my eyes peeled for the next opportunity.


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 #19774  by Ed M
 19 Oct 2016 20:07
Snowman wrote:Afraid I beat myself up pretty good testing out my new routes and minimal adv skills last weekend. Biggest issue was a pretty severe ankle sprain (didn't think that was possible with full Moto boots)still can't stand for more than a few minutes at a time so that option is out. Now that I know there's local training I'll keep my eyes peeled for the next opportunity.


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I was wearing Alpinestar 7's when I crashed on 11 Sep and thought the same thing, probably a bad ankle sprain. X-rays proved me wrong - hoping to be back to work and back on the bike mid-November.
 #19804  by troy
 24 Oct 2016 10:01
jtrav77 wrote:This class was awesome, by the way. Highly recommend it. Bill and his team are great teachers.
Thanks for the report! Did Bill indicate if he planned to come back to the area for more of the same or perhaps an "advanced" course to follow-on with this one?