Off Road – Level 200

If you are an off road rider or a graduate of our Off Road 101/102 courses with your own dirtbike come take your riding to the next level. Discover what to do when traction is not available or when larger obstacles and very difficult terrain block your path.

 

Off Road 201

Off Road 202

Priced from $215 $395
Optional bike rental $65 $115
What is it 1-day training course, about 5 hours total training
See below for course description.
2-day training course, about 10 hours total training
Day one is an Off Road 201 course.
Day two is an on-trail training session.

What does the Off Road 201 course offer?

This program is for experienced off road riders and graduates of the Off Road 101/102 courses.

The Off Road 201 course is for riders that have some off road riding experience or training. You will explore the more challenging skills needed for off road and trail riding such as how body placement affects traction, slide turns, crossing multiple obstacles as well as riding through sand and bedrock using our loose surface training pit.

You'll also learn how to un-weight your front end for crossing larger obstacles, as well as improve your confidence, balance and braking skills.

How much time do we get to ride?

Your entire class time is spent on the course with plenty of hands-on instruction and real-world riding situations. Total class time for the school can vary from four to six hours depending on weather, breaks and class size and the abilities of the students.

How much time do we get to ride?

Your entire class time is spent on the course with plenty of hands-on instruction and real-world riding situations. Total class time for the school can vary from four to six hours depending on weather, breaks and class size and the abilities of the students. The Off Road 202 course includes an additional five hours of training on a second day.

How old do I have to be to take this level of off-road course?

The Off Road 201 course is geared toward adult riders who are experienced off road riders or graduates of the Off Road 101/102 courses. If you are not sure if you qualify give us a call.

Do I need my own motorcycle?

To take the Off Road 201 course we strongly recommend you bring your own motorcycle. It will need to pass a basic safety inspection before the riding day begins.

The school does have motorcycle rentals available for use during the training course. Available models include 125cc - 250cc adult-sized dirtbikes.

Minimum Course Requirements:

  • Be an experienced off road rider or graduate of an Off Road 101/102 course
  • Provide your own off road bike in safe operating condition with supplies needed for the day
  • Provide your own riding gear (see below for a list)

What kind of gear is required?

  • US DOT compliant helmet (some will be available for student use)
  • Eye protection (goggles or face shield)
  • Long sleeve shirt or jacket
  • Long pants
  • Sturdy over-the-ankle footwear
  • Full-fingered riding gloves
  • Prepare for the weather (rain gear, sunglasses, snacks & drinks, etc.)

Level 200 Training Schedule

No courses are available right now. Please contact our office for scheduling options.

About The Level 200 Program

PSS Off Road has been providing training for dirtbike, dualsport and adventure riders since 2006! We are a part of Puget Sound Safety, the best motorcycle training school in the Pacific Northwest. With us you will find that our focus on the skills and techniques of riding off pavement are what set us apart from other training options.

Where the Level 100 program is built for riders new to off road skills, the Level 200 program expands on that model being geared to those that know how to ride off road and want new skills.

Originally created for military and law enforcement, this level has evolved to gradually add skill and challenge allowing past students to grow their abilities and confidence with reduced risk.

Students on a dirt or dualsport bike will have the advantage of a lighter and more agile bike. We gladly accept riders on 650s and 800s but with the disclaimer that you will expend considerable energy and that street oriented tires are not ideal for off road training.