MotoUSA learns a thing or two about riding motocross bikes at Sebastien Tortelli’s Champ Factory Motocross School. After you view the photos, read the story in our Champ Factory Motocross School review.
- There’s no shortage of riding time at Champ Factory MX School.
- Waheed takes an up-close peek of the track while practicing at Champ Factory MX School.
- When you put each step together you’ll be surprised by the improvement in your bike handling skills.
- Champ Factory also give a brief lesson on technique needed when navigating whoops sections.
- Here Tortelli plays back his note from a voice recorder outlining what you did during your last drill pass.
- Tortelli instructs the class to use the dirt wall as a berm to keep the bike on line through the corner.
- Having the correct body position is key while cornering on a motocross bike.
- The amount of one-on-one time that you get with Tortelli is considerable.
- Here Tortelli give us instructions before starting practice drills in the parking lot at Perris Raceway.
- Champ Factory’s curriculum includes race starts from both the dirt and concrete.
- (Right) Barney Henry and his family traveled all the way from the tiny island of Guernsey in the English Channel to attend Champ Factory Motocross School. He rode a KTM 250 SX-F provided by Tortelli.
- Waheed aboard his 2009 Kawasaki KX250F at Champ Factory Motocross School.
- Waheed works on his cornering game under Tortelli’s eye.