What to bring

Make Sure You’re Prepared for Your Training

As you prepare for your ATV training, there are a few things you should ensure you have before heading out. In doing so, you’ll be more than ready to learn how to ride.

In attending our courses, we ask each student to bring the following, highly recommended, if you don’t have the below than kindly specify us in the course application, so that we will provide you at no additional cost

  • Age appropriate ATV. If you don’t own an ATV, let us know we will provide the ATV at the training site and
  • ISI / DOT-compliant motorcycle helmet
  • Goggles or face shield
  • Over-the-ankle boots
  • ATV or motorcycle gloves
  • Long pants
  • Long sleeve shirt or jacket
  • The owner’s manual for your ATV ( If you are bringing your own atv)

What to Expect

The ATV guide safety Course is fun. After completion of training you will be a certified guide.

The ATV guide safety course  is a 1 full – day, hands-on training session. It covers safe riding techniques and demonstrations and riding strategies, pre-ride inspection, riding posture, and hands-on exercises to help you learn or improve starting and stopping, quick turns, hill riding, emergency stopping and swerving, and riding over obstacles safely. It also covers usage of protective gears like helmets, knee guards, elbow guard etc…

ATV guided course Overview

  1. Introduction to the Guide course.
  2. Range Signals, Rules and Warm-up Exercises
  3. Controls and Starting the Engine
  4. Starting Out, Shifting Gears and Braking
  5. Turning
  6. Take a Break
  7. Riding Strategies
  8. Riding in Circles and Figure 8
  9. Quicker Turns
  10. Sharp Turns
  11. Take a Break
  12. Quick Stops and Swerves
  13. Quick Stops in a Turn
  14. Riding Over Obstacles
  15. Take a Break
  16. Safe and Responsible Riding Practices
  17. U-Turns and Traversing Hills
  18. Circuit or Trail Ride
  19. Wrap-up and Review
  20. Focus on to understand operating manuals and owner manuals of the atv bikes.
  21. Proper usage of international standards safety accessories like- helmet, face goggles, gloves, boots, clothing, knee and elbow guards, chest protector etc…
  22. Special attention on following the golden rules of atv riding.
  23. Riding Atv as per the manufacturers manual’s prescribed limits only.
  24. Maintaining documentation like – manuals, assessment, and other logs and forms
  25. Pre ride risk assessments to be carried over by guides every day before the rides.
  26. First aid training is a part of the SAFETY GUIDE TRAINING as well.
  27. Emergency and rescue evacuation plan to be maintained at the sites all the time.
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