Since 2008, it has been law for dirt bike riders operating oﬀ their own land (or closed range course like NSORRA parks or moto tracks) to obtain a Dirt Bike Basic Safety Training course.
Why Take a Training Course?
Rules aside, this is an excellent opportunity - especially for beginner riders and for those returning to the sport - to learn fundamental skills in a progressive and safe environment
Our Coaches are all certiﬁed and experts at teaching foundational skills. The course runs 5-6 hours and may vary depending on weather, class size and whether or not bike clean-up is required by riders who use our gear
This year, we purchased five bikes to add to our loaner fleet from Honda Canada. We maintain these bikes and equipment to allow for growth and sustainability of our school activities.
For more information, contact NSORRA
If you would like to sign up for an MSF Dirtbike School course, go to the course offerings at nsorra.ca/events
Interested in Teaching the MSF Basic Training Course?
In 2017, we began identifying potential dirt bike coach/trainers from across the province as part of our ongoing initiative to broaden our reach to our membership. Unfortunately, scheduling difﬁculties meant the training program did not happen.
We are giving this another try. We are actively searching for a North American MSF course to develop a Coach Trainer. This Coach Trainer will manage our coaching staff levels on an ongoing basis.