Try off-road riding with Honda this winter!

Posted: 17 Dec 2012

Sand, mud, forests. A bike like this will take you anywhere. Learn to ride one with Honda
Riding off-road is the most fun you can have with your clothes on, and if you’ve ever fancied trying off-road riding then Honda’s new off-road school could be the thing for you!

Honda’s new Off-road Riding experience is now being run by four-times world Motocross champion Dave Thorpe with British MX championship contender Stephen Sword as Head Coach!

Between them there’s nothing they don’t know about riding off-road so if you’re a beginner looking to start out on one of the school’s CRF250L’s, or a pro looking to sharpen race craft the Dave Thorpe Honda Off-road Centre will look after you.

The school runs on private land in South Wales, just 18-miles from Cardiff and features a full range of bikes from Honda’s friendly CRF250L, upto the CRF250R and CRF450X, and you don’t need a motorcycle licence to ride as the site is on private land.

Dave Thorpe said: “We are really excited about this new venture and with the support of Honda (UK) we can offer the chance to all types of people, from all walks of life, to get into off-road. The centre will cater for a range of abilities, whether that is an expert looking to sharpen up on their technique or a beginner interested in trying off-road for the first time. Honda makes the best off-road bikes in the business and the beautiful South Wales countryside is the perfect location to really put them through their paces, with expert tuition and instruction on hand."

Bookings are already being taken for February 2013, so book now to secure what would make the perfect Christmas present. For more information about Dave Thorpe Honda Off-Road Centre, visit

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