Moto Trial Training


Small Group Sizes

Small Group Sizes

Small Group Sizes

Small Group Sizes

Motorcycle trials is a non-speed event on specialized motorcycles, most popular in the United Kingdom but with global participants. Trials motorcycles are distinctive in that they are extremely lightweight, lack seating (ridden standing up) and have short suspension travel. Motorcycle trials is popular with other motorcycle sports as it requires fine throttle, balance, and machine control.


Why We're Different:

I am all about helping riders to reach their full potential in a supportive and enjoyabe manner. Emparting self-confidence, understanding of motorcycle preperation and rider safety is as important to me as teaching riding skills. At the end of the day, getting my students to enjoy riding is the quickest way to get them to learn the right techniques for riding a motorcycle!

Spread over 180 acres, with the stunning Mourne Mountains as a backdrop, I will take you through my Moto Training Levels System that I have carefully created over many years of riding experience. This modular approach means that each step builds on the previous. It also means that you can chose to start with a refresher on an earlier module before progressing at your relevant level.

Level 1. - Bike prep – handle bar & lever position, checking throttle routing, carburation, rear brake position, suspension and if needed some maintenance tips including air filter preparation etc.

Level 2. – Slow speed manoeuvring by riding decreasing oval and figure-of-8 shapes, focussing on body position, clutch, throttle, front and rear brake usage. Starting on flat ground and progressing to a slope – this trains body position and clutch throttle usage.

Level 3. – A section, with left and right turns and a piece of relevant rockery or bank to introduce throttle control and weight distribution.

Level 4. – Riding a small ‘step’ and the basic technique for this. Training on getting the front wheel up and our 4 stage technique sequence, before attempting a bigger step, log or bank.

Level 5. – River riding, crossing and recovery.

Level 6. - Hopping rear wheel & front wheel

Level 7. – Walking a section, preparing to ride a section & mental preparation information.

Level 8. – More advanced clutch usage – climbing, rock steps further use of body technic’s

Level 9. – Advanced step riding techniques – using the front to ‘push’ – back wheel first.

Level 10. - Riding on the rear wheel (more info coming)

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