What we do!
DirtBike, Adventure Motorcycle, ATV, ROV, UTV, Training
At Xplor-Int, we offer the following training programs for students beginning at the young age of 6 years old.
We even provide current model year DirtBike that you can use!
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) Dirt Bike School
Adventure Motorcycle Training
ATV Safety Institute (ASI) ATV Training
Recreational Off Highway Vehicle Association (ROHVA) Side by Side / UTV Training
United States Motorcycle Coaching Association (USMCA) Dirt Bike School
Department of Conservation & Natural Resources Training (DCNR) ATV / UTV Training
Train at our Nottingham, PA 19362 site where we offer Dirt Bike, Adventure Bike, ATV and Side-by-Side / UTV training. You'll love the serene pastures & rolling farm lands and will end the class with a trail ride through the lush forest on site.
Train at our Coal TWP, PA 17866 site where we offer Dirt Bike, Adventure Bike, ATV and Side-by-Side / UTV training. You'll love the reclaimed mine area and will end the class with a trail ride through the off-road site at AOAA.
Train at our Little Orleans, MD 21766 site where we offer Adventure Motorcycle Training as we explore the beautiful State Forests of Maryland.
Training at our Monroeville, NJ 08343 site where we offer Dirt Bike, Adventure Bike, ATV and Side-by-Side / UTV training. https://dtmpowersports.com provides us a very nice training range.
Do you want to find out why DirtBike 101 is FUN? Or prepare for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (“MSF”) Closed Range Excersize DirtBike Course? This is the way to start!
This 2-hour introductory DirtBike course covers the basics of motorcycle operation from what type of protective gear to wear to straight-line riding. DirtBike Motorcycles are provided and students will be riding! $141.25
Closed Range Exercises
The Closed Range Exercise (CRE) course was created to provide hands on riding training with emphasis on safety and skill development. New riders, or others who want to improve their riding skill, will benefit from the (CRE) course thought by us certified MSF DirtBike school Coaches. During the school, students learn basic techniques for safely ridding off-highway motorcycles. 5-7 hours training $271.63
Introduction to Trail Riding
Introduction to Trail Riding (ITR) is the next level DirtBike School course designed to familiarize riders with riding off-road on actual trails. The ITR course builds on the knowledge developed in the CRE course (CRE is a prerequisite) and teaches more advanced riding skills. 3-4 hours training $271.63
Introduction to Adventure Riding
Adventure motorcycle training two day event in Western Maryland Located in the heart of the Appellations Mountain, these areas are the perfect venue for this program. It features great terrain, a first-class cabins what is included in the price, and is easily accessible from everywhere in the northeast.
Riding your own dual sport motorcycle our two-day program is designed to maximize every rider's ability on dirt, gravel or other non-paved surfaces. Alain Kaldewaay, a certified professional RiderCoaches will be the lead instructor for this event. In addition you will learning more from one of our other certified RiderCoaches.
Day one will consist of Close Range Excesses 6-8 hours Second day of the school will consist of approximately six hours of riding time and one hours of verbal instruction. Riding includes drills on dirt, gravel, water and grass and excursions up and around Appellation Mountain and the surrounding area.
Riders also will be able to put their newfound skills to use on a dual sport ride with the instructors. Riders are required to wear full protective gear including helmets, gloves, riding jacket, riding pants and boots that protect the ankles. Knobby tires are recommended. This course is intended for intermediate road riders looking for an introduction to beginner off-road riding. In order to provide a personalized and safety level, class size is limited to 8 participants.
Two days of training, riding and lodging included $898.88
The AdventureBike RiderCours.
The ADV is an introduction to riding adventure-type motorcycles on off-pavement surfaces. It provides fundamental skills on a low-traction surface with an emphasis on body position and control use specific to off-pavement riding.
·It is a partial-day event lasting around five hours.
·There are ten riding and four discussion lessons.
·You must bring your own ADV bike for this course with valid insurance and have an M class license.
·Your ADV bike needs to be in good running order and will need to pass a pre check inspection before class begins.
·As an off-pavement course, the ADVRC riding lessons require more stamina and dexterity than typical on-pavement street courses.
1. What defines an ADV for the purpose of this course?
·An OEM-manufactured, street-legal motorcycle designed for long-distance highway riding as well as off-pavement riding. Motorcycles must have off-pavement capabilities.
·Conversion or modified motorcycles are not suitable.
·Motorcycles with tires designed solely for on-pavement operation are not suitable.
2. Can dual-sport motorcycles be used?
·Yes. Most standard, dual-sport motorcycles are appropriate.
3. Can street motorcycles be used?
·No. There must be some off-pavement design according to the manufacturer per the owner’s manual.
5 hours training $271.63
ATV School ASI or DCNR
The ATV RiderCourse is two parts, a 2 hour online e-Course and a hands-on, 2-2.5 hour s-Course conducted by licensed ATV Safety Institute Instructors. The e-Course develops safety knowledge and awareness through interactive activities and video. The course covers protective gear (like DOT-compliant ATV helmets), environmental concerns, riding strategies, and local laws and is a pre-requisite for the hands-on s-Course. The s-Course offers students an opportunity to practice basic riding skills in a controlled environment under the supervision of a licensed Instructor.
Students practice basic safety techniques with hands-on exercises covering starting and stopping, turning (both gradual and quick), negotiating hills, emergency stopping and swerving, and riding over obstacles. Particular emphasis is placed on the safety implications relating to each lesson.
ATV RiderCourse Class Types and Age Requirements
Individuals 6 years of age and older may take the class. Riders younger than 16 are restricted to ATVs of the appropriate size recommended for the rider’s age. There are special teaching provisions for students under 16 years old, and parents are encouraged to attend as well. Students younger than 12 participate in separate classes and a parent must be present during the entire course. 2-4 hours DCNR training $70.62 or ASI training $162.98
The ROHVA Driver Course is divided into two activities.
The ROV Basic DriverCourse is designed for current and prospective recreational off-highway vehicle users and is conducted by ROV DriverCoaches who are specially trained and authorized, to conduct the course. The RBDC is a partial-day program that has approximately three hours of riding time that includes between-exercise discussions. The RBDC includes six closed range exercises and up to seven optional open trail experiences, depending on terrain that is available. Also, participants use the ROV Tips & Practice Guide booklet (a takeaway document) that provides opportunities for discussion.
The RBDC is a training opportunity that provides current and experienced ROV users to learn and practice basic skills and techniques. It addresses basic operation and emphasizes safety awareness related specifically to ROV operation. The overall aim of the RBDC is to provide for driver development in the areas of skill and risk management strategies. This includes learning experiences to foster driver gains in basic knowledge, skill, attitude, values, and habits. 3-4 hours training $162.89