Learn to ride off-road like a WSB champ

Troy Corser getting busy at Wheeldon
EVER fancied trying to ride off-road? Want to learn from a former two-time WSB champ? Well now you can with the Troy Corser Masterclass.

Wheeldon Off Road Centre, Devon, is offering exclusive courses with WSB hero Troy Corser as your tutor. The three day course is designed for anyone interested in riding off-road whether you're a serious off-road racer or a trail rider who likes riding for pleasure.

Wheeldon Farm is one of the most amazing off-road facilities you’ll ever encounter with an indoor, all-weather motocross track, and access to hundreds of miles of trails directly from the farm. I've spent a few happy days at Wheeldon, and could definitely have done with Troy's services, but the facilities will blow you away.

The Masterclass uses the range of Husqvarna MX and enduro bikes, all supplied as part of the 3-day residential course. You’ll get to stay in an ‘adventure cottage’, get plenty of time to socialise with Corser and have access to a heated swimming pool on-site.If you've ever met Corser you'll know he's as much a fan of the bar after a long day, as he is riding.

The Troy Corser Masterclass takes place from November 6-9, 2012 for a maximum of 15 people. Prices for a single room start at £950. Okay, so it’s not cheap but when you think you get access to a WSB champ, use of the bikes, and accommodation thrown in it starts to look pretty reasonable.

For more information, email Wheeldon Farm at: corser@wheeldontwo.co.uk

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