Motorcycle Skills Training

Motorcycle skills training
at Carson / Tahoe Moto


Streetmasters Cornering Workshop

Friday, August 22, 2014, 8 AM
Carson Valley Inn

Whether you ride a street bike or an adventure/dual-sport bike, it’s a great idea to brush up on your motorcycle skills on pavement to keep yourself safe on your travels.

Streetmasters will be offering a day packed full of instruction for participants of the Carson / Tahoe Moto, at a modest cost. Here’s your chance to work with superb instructors—first in the classroom for the first hour of the day, and then the rest of the day on your bike with on-the-road training. They’ll be using some of our great mountain passes for their training—what could be better?

Class size is limited, so sign up soon to ensure your spot! The price is $150. Click here to enroll.

“Dirty” Streetmasters

Saturday, August 23, 2014, 8 AM
Minden-Tahoe Airport

This day is reserved for Carson / Tahoe Moto participants who ride a dual-sport or adventure bike—especially for those of you who have yet to get your bike in the dirt.

Walt Fulton, former professional dirt-track racer, is also an experienced dirt bike instructor who will help you obtain those motorcycle skills you will need to ride your bike in the dirt.

Already ride in the dirt? It’s not a bad idea to get a refresher on your skills.

The day will start with an hour or so at the Minden Airport where skills will be taught, assessed and improved before heading out to some local dirt roads.

You must have an adventure/dual-sport bike with dual sport tires to participate in the Dirty Streetmasters class.

Class size is limited, so sign up soon to ensure your spot! The price is $150. Click here to enroll.

Exclusive value

Streetmasters is offering these motorcycle skills training classes exclusively to riders who register to attend the Carson / Tahoe Moto. These special prices are less than half the normal cost of their regular classes.

Double down

Take both classes for just $225

Safety gear

For both classes, all students must have proper safety gear:

  • DOT-approved helmet – 3/4 or full-face (no half-helmets)
  • Full-fingered gloves
  • Riding jacket (leather, Cordura, mesh with armor)
  • Sturdy over-the-ankle boots (dual sport or dirt bike boots preferred for the Dirty class)
  • Riding pants (or a minimum of heavy jeans)


Streetmasters motorcycle skills training