Become a Class III (Dirt Bike) Instructor.

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Become a Class III (Dirt Bike) Instructor.

Postby maddaddy » Mon Feb 18, 2013 12:58 pm


Puget Sound Safety Off-Road (PSSOR) is looking for active class III (Dirt Bike) riders to become instructors across Oregon State.


The Oregon Parks & Recreation Department has made a commitment to reducing Off Highway Vehicles (OHV) related accidents through evaluations, demonstrating rider fit, basic knowledge of their machine, and basic riding skills. As of January 01, 2012, all youth’s are now required to complete a hands-on training course. With the help of the Oregon Motorcycles Rider Association (OMRA), PSSOR will be instrumental in providing the necessary training and education requirements.


Who is Puget Sound Safety Off-Road?
We are the off-road division of a training school that was founded in 1996 and are in the business of training riders. We are very proud to be part of a professional training organization that trains over 8,000 motorcyclists per year. What make us successful are dedicated people with the passion for training and education.
For 2013, PSSOR will be offering the following off-road training in Oregon:
 Youth training program
 Levels 1-3 trail skills
 Dual-sport training and adventure camps for the large displacement motorcycles.

Who are we looking for?
We are looking for all experience levels. Our instructors are riders who emulate the training of our program by setting the example in how we ride and act. You should be comfortable speaking to small groups, and have good inter personality skills. PSSOR instructors are stewards of the Tread Lightly Initiative.


What’s in it for me?
All of our instructors are paid for the classes they teach. They also have the privilege in knowing that the training they provide helps riders prepare themselves for the trails. A trained rider is an educated rider; an educated rider is more likely to ride responsibly, thus helping keep riding areas open.

How do I become an Instructor?
Our class III instructor certification program consists of classroom curriculum and on-bike training over two weekends followed by a validation. Your validation will complete your certification by teaching a class with one of our peer instructors.
So, if you are interested in taking your riding and involvement to a new level call or email us to sign up for one of our training information sessions.

Phone: 253-770-8888

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