Whether exploring foreign lands or your own backyard, adventure and dual sport riding is one of life’s greatest experiences and this is where it all starts. The ADV Training Camp is designed for beginner to intermediate adventure riders. Our focus is to have riders master the balance and weight of their machines, thus reducing the energy used to ride and ultimately reducing the likelihood of injury or damage. Join PSSOR instructor and TourUSA guide Bret Tkacs (host of MOTOTREK) and the professional crew from PSSOR for this epic learning experience.

Every dual sport and adventure motorcycle owner knows the importance of having good skills and knowledge when riding off paved roads. Being injured or lost, even a few miles from help, can turn the ride of your life into a fight for your life; beyond cell service, poor riding skills, improper gear, lack of knowledge, or a broken bike can end in tragedy. The ADV Training Camp targets those riding skills needed to reduce crashes and injuries coupled with other critical lessons such as on-trail fixes, intro to navigation, and much more.


3 Days (offroad) 
Optional 4th Day: Excursion Training Ride


$919 3 Days 
$1134 with Optional

Skill Level:

Beginner to Intermediate


June 3-5, 2021 (Full)
July 8-10, 2021 (Full)
August 12-14, 2021 (Full)

Don't risk letting your ride or trip end due to being ill-prepared or insufficiently skilled. The PSSOR training crew consists of world renowned expert instructors who will arm you with not only the physical skills to ride off road but also knowledge for packing, navigation, cooking, gear choice, bike set up and more.

The ADV Training Camp teaches a wide range of skills for street riders just entering the adventure world with little to no off pavement experience. to those who have already begun to experience the world of adventure motorcycling. PSSOR in partnership with TourUSA caters to all dual sport and adventure motorcycles. The skill sets that we present have been thoroughly tested in the real world and are continually updated as the sport itself evolves.

Some of the riding skills that may be addressed are: (Location and weather may dictate limitations)

People travel from all over North America and beyond to attend our ADV training events with PSSOR. This is a true testament to the value of the skills and knowledge provided. We cannot guarantee that you'll be an expert rider after the Training Camp, but we can say for certain that you will learn new skills, have a great experience, and leave with the confidence to go out on your own! We do recommend extending your training experience by taking your new skills to the Washington Backcountry Discovery Route by completing your training with our ADV Training Tour. Riders attending both events will be able to make use of the support vehicle that will move from the Training Camp to the Training Tour starting point.

Geographic Area

Oregon’s Coastal Mountain Range, Willamette Valley, Tillamook Forest

Tour Itinerary

Day 1:

Arrival Day - Relax, set up your camping spot, and get acquainted with your fellow participants and...

      • Essentials of seated and standing riding posture and balance
      • Low energy riding techniques
      • Traction management
      • Power control
      • Slow speed balance and maneuvering
      • Lifting (single person & multi person)
      • How to ride over and through obstacles
      • Narrow track riding and ruts
      • Loose surfaces (deep sand and river rock, weather dependent)
      • Hills (ascending, descending, starting, stopping, turning around)
      • and more

Your Instructors

Day 2:

This day will be spent learning skills such as balance, body posture, energy conservation, bike setup, traction management, and blending of controls. Drinks and snacks provided.

Day 3:

Negotiating obstacles, and hill work. Additional discussion topics/clinics will cover rider and bike protection (off road bike accessories, hard/soft bags, lights, riding gear), trip packing, tire changing, back country gourmet cooking and meal preparation, and trail side repair. Drinks and snacks are provided.

Day 4:

Training Excursion (Optional): This is when all your training gets tied together. It is a level 2 ADV training ride that blends practical application of skills that you learned earlier in the ADV Training Camp. This ride follows along beautiful scenic paved and forest roads. The excursion also includes bonus lessons in traditional and electronic navigation. Drinks and snacks are provided as well as a dedicated support vehicle.

Included In Tour

  • Bret & Paul - Instruction and Coaching
  • Snacks & Drinks (coffee)
  • Camping on site
  • Dedicated Support Vehicle
  • Fun

Not Included In Tour

  • Meals
  • Gas
  • Alcohol
  • Travel insurance
  • Gratuities
  • Rental Motorcycle


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