OK Falls Ride School & Fun Ride This Weekend - Still some spots open

Still spots left!  Pre-register to ensure yourself a spot and save time in the morning.

This coming weekend of April 16th is BCORMA's 1st 2011 Rider School and Recreational Trail Ride weekend.  Will be held at Okanagan Falls, north of Osoyoos, BC.    The southern Okanagan has a great climate, so expect warm Spring temeratures.  Get that bike out.  Less than 4 hrs drive from the Lower Mainland.

Families are encouraged to come and participate in the weekend.  For the non-rider, the Okanagan offers winery tours, hiking, great food, and general relaxing away from the urban grind.  Camping and lodging is available only 15 minutes away at Okanagan Falls:

Clinic is scheduled for Saturday, with Southern Okanagan Dirt Bike Club Creaky Bones Fun Ride to follow on Sunday. Mike Fetterer, Jaime Skinner, and Mark Cahill will be training kids, beginners, and novice riders in the morning, and novice/intermediate and up riders in the afternoon, amping up your skills and preparing riders for the A & B loops of the SODBC's Creeky Bones Fun Ride on Sunday. 

We will have demo bikes from Gas Gas and Husquavarna.

Morning registration starts at 9 am.

To get there:

  • Head south from East Side Road from Penticton
  • Turn left on Mclean Creek Road
  • Turn left on Allendale Lake Road
  • Follow signs/arrows for 1.5 km

Pre-registration at the BCORMA Store, with a discount for BCORMA Trail Pass holders. Go to the BCORMA Store to buy your spot in the Rider Clinic and fun ride.  There is a limit of ~20 students per each class to make sure everyone gets enough personal training attention. Everyone is invited to the Creaky Bones Fun Ride.  For more details, see the BCORMA Store product pages (http://bcorma.geovisionenvironmental.com/catalog).

We are asking everyone to support the Southern Okanagan Dirt Bike Club by buying a membership with their Fun Ride registration.  They do a ton of work to support dirt biking in BC and the Okanagan.  The extra $5.00 is well worth it, and shows our support for their efforts.

Any questions, post in the forum under Rider Schools: http://bcorma.geovisionenvironmental.com/forum/86 (Register on the site to access the forums, no trail pass required).

See you there,

Peter