Travel Enduro-Training in Bilstain
The Training for Touring Riders
You want to be able to ride your touring enduro safely off paved roads? Then you have come to the right place. The training especially for touring riders offers the right basis to move off-road with big touring enduros safely. Balance exercises, cornering techniques, braking on slippery ground, recovery on slopes and starting uphill again are just a few of the exercises you'll be doing. The learned will give you more security not only on loose ground, but also in public traffic.
With your registration, you will also receive tips regarding accommodation. Alternatively, you can reserve your bed along with your training spot right away.
To participate in this training, please bring your own adventure motorbike and make sure that it's equipped with proper offroad tires. If you're not sure whether or not your motorbike is suitable for our trainings, simply contact us via phone, e-mail, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
For your own safety, we require you to wear a helmet, knee and elbow pads, a chest guard, gloves, a motorcycle jacket or jersey, goggles and durable motorcycle boots while riding. For this purpose, please bring your own protectional gear.
You can find all of our set dates for this training on the top right of this page. If none of our proposed tour dates work for you, simply send us a message and let us know when you'd like to participate - we'll surely be able to find a solution for you!
The minimum number of participants for this training is 2 persons. However, if you only want to book 1 ticket, that is fine as well. Just pre-book the tour on our website and we will join you with other participants. Should the minimum number of participants not be reached, we will contact you in time to find a suitable solution.
If you've got any further questions with regards to this training, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. All trainings are subject to our terms and conditions.
- Two days enduro training guided by experienced instructors
- Motorcycle - Gasoline - Drinks - Food - Arrival and departure from and to the destination