Dirt biking; motocross, trials, enduro, trail, dual-sport, supermoto. Every single one of these is a different style of riding. While all this can make dirt biking seem like a very complicated sport to get into, it is pretty simple regardless of what style will end up being your favorite.
First, let’s break down what you need regardless of the type of riding you will do, and then get into what each discipline offers.
Gear you will need:
Once you have all those items taken care of, whether you purchase them or rent them, it is time to decide what kind of riding you want to do. Starting out, trail/open space riding will be your best bet to get comfortable just doing the basics. Of course, there will always be some crossover from each type of riding, but the kind of dirt bike you use can help dive further into each of these specific disciplines once you’re comfortable doing the basics.
While that is just a brief overview of dirt biking, sometimes the best way is to learn in person. If any of this sounds like something you would like to try out, contact us today! We offer an intro to a few types of riding with our experienced guides to help you along the way. From beginner to expert, ADAC is there to make sure you have the best time possible out in the dirt! (970) 623-3UTV