OHV Training - ATV Classes, Motorcycle Classes, Snowmobile Classes

Motorcycle dirt bike riding down a narrow partly snow covered razorback ridge. This skill can be learned. Trust in one's self and one's equipment is vital plus practice.


When you analyze this snowmobile clip, it becomes evident what went wrong and how to prevent this type of incident in the future. This skill can be learned.


"In his own words." The person who was buried alive talks about what it was like. You get a feeling of what it would be like to be confined in the snow with no air and no way to help yourself.


Snowmobile riders can learn from skiers about avalanche danger and rescue practices. Helmet cam catches everything from the skiers point of view as he is buried.


Two snowmobilers caught in avalanche. Which rider sets off the slide?


Snowmobiler being caught in an avalanche form a rider's point of view.


Massive avalanche one snowmobiler ... he lives! It's hard to believe that this rider lived.


What ATV training can do for you. ATV riding. The right and wrong way to do different maneuvers. ATV rolls all the way down a hill, loops over backward when crossing a ditch in the snow. Correctly riding through a logging area. Snowmobile flipped over forward.

What did this rider not take into account before he started toward this jump?


What ATV training can do for you. ATV riding. The right and wrong way to do different maneuvers. ATV rolls all the way down a hill, loops over backward when crossing a ditch in the snow. Correctly riding through a logging area.


ATV training physics. ATV flipping over backward in the woods. This is slow motion backwards rollover. What went wrong? Why?


ATV training physics. ATV jumping into a creek from a high cut bank …. front flip. Why?


ATV training. Why are inertia & traction important? Two kids riding on the grass & roll in slow motion. Why?





Bobcat Utility Vehicle Safety



Seals UTV training



Military Side By Side Training


Contact Us


OHV Training™

Washington State

EMAIL: classes@OHVtraining.org

CALL: (360) 335-8488

| Return to Top of Page |


Thank you for visiting OHVTraining.org - Come back again soon.