BMW Motorrad – RawHyde Adventure Camp

Thanks Kathy for posting this on our FB page!

This should have followed my post from May 2nd, 2012 click here

Attending Adventure Camp with RawHyde Adventures, the official BMW Motorrad off-road training academy in North America, will greatly improve your off-road motorcycle skills and will open the doors to your adventure lifestyle, helping you become part of a global adventure motorcycle community. Your all-inclusive, semi-rustic weekend spent at RawHyde will create skills, memories and relationships that last a lifetime. -Teaching you and allowing you to do things on a motorcycle that you never thought you could do. Learn in a building-block manner starting from the very basics, then take your achievements to the next level, gently guided by your BMW Training Coach. Bring your own bike or rent one from RawHyde. Both beginner classes and advanced classes available. All dual-sport makes are welcome.

Video produced, shot and edited by Stephen Gregory

Author: advgrrl

Avid ADV rider! This Blog is all about the adventure in adventure riding. Researching new bikes, routes, accessories, learning about other riders and hopefully a great place for others to comment and explore with me. PLUS, up and down's, wildlife, my dogs, my life!

4 thoughts on “BMW Motorrad – RawHyde Adventure Camp”

  1. I had been thinking of something like this for a while. Have you gone through either this or another such training program?

    BTW, I really like the new format. The old one used to bog down the Chrome browser for some reason.

    1. awesome you like the new layout. I do too and glad it works with Chrome better. Hard to make all the browsers happy! LOL

      No, we have not taken one of these course yet but we will one day. Tiime and money are always 2 issues that get in the way. We are going to have to make this a priority one year to do this instead of taking a big trip. I am always eager to learn better techinques and gain more confidence as an off road rider. We are self taught with watching a few DVD’s but this Rawhyde adventure is on our list! They run a first class course from what we see and hear!

  2. I know this is an old post, but I was wondering if you ever made it over to RawHyde. I have heard negative comments about the attitude of the owner toward women in dual sport.

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