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Adventure Skills Training At The Georgia Mountain Rally Conducted By Tom Asher
Friday, May 5, 2017 to Sunday, May 7, 2017
is required by Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Registrants must have registered for the Georgia Mountain Rally prior to registering for this event.
You may only register for one training session!
The rides are open to all Rally Participants. Registering for rides will assist in planning and staffing as well as ensuring we have enough food on Saturdays ride.
Anyone found not following these rules will have their name removed from all sessions.
NOTE: Tom Asher has donated these training sessions. He is asking for donations to support his charity ride at motorradangels.org. Please show your appreciation by donating to Tom and his charity.
Tom will present information on his charity on Saturday.
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Adventure Skills Training - Beginner by Tom Asher (Friday 9:00-11:00)
Adventure Skills Training - Intermediate By Tom Asher Friday 11:30-1:30)
Dual Sport Ride With Tom Asher (Friday 1:30-5:00)
Dual Sport Ride With Kyle Campbell & Tom Asher Sponsored By Hourglass Cycles (Saturday 9:30-3:00)
Adventure Skills Training - Advanced By Tom Asher (Saturday 3:00-5:00)
Tom Asher Adventure Riding Academy.
A motorcycle advenutre riding school that uses real world techniques for real adventures.
Tom has donated his time at the rally.
Please donate to his charity at motorradangels.org
Tom Asher is a motorcycle adventurer, off road competitor, mechanic and professional trainer. 2016 GS Trophy Team Member, Extensive background in off road motorcycle racing at a professional level. More importantly he has spent over 15 years developing skills specifically designed for large adventure bikes in extreme off road conditions.
He has been a part of training individuals and groups for almost 20 years. Tom's reputation of being able to take a motorcycle literally anywhere on any terrain.
The number one goal of TAARA is to equip the adventure rider with the skills necessary to safely navigate any terrain. We realize this does not happen over night. And is why we have dedicated classes so the rider can concentrate solely on specific techniques. Making certain the individual will successfully complete their journey.
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