MX Schools & Training
Started racing in 1986
Turned pro in 1994
Started teaching motocross
schools in 1995
This is a list of the areas that are covered at an
E.W. MX School.
Classes are structured for the specific riding
ability of the class. I have numerous drills that focus on
-Body positioning (attack position)
-Passing (anticipating an opponent)
-Starts (throttle/clutch control)
I offer one of the few motocross schools that have separate
classes for different riding abilities. If you're looking
for a class to get into, check the table below to verify
your classification. If you're still uncertain please
email me with the details on you're riding history, I will get
you into the correct class.
|50/65cc and entry level class:
you're a rider that is just getting started in the
sport. Riding a XR/CRF 50,70,80,100,150,
TTR 90,125, PW 50,90, KLX110, RMZ 110,125. This
is the class for you.
If you're a rider
that has a little track time and is ready to
step it up to the next level. Riding a CR85,
YZ85, RM85, KX85 and all big bikes. This is the
class for you.
If you're a rider that does
most of the jumps at your local track. Has time
under your belt racing and is ready to attack
the track. This would be the class for you.
This is a class for the
ladies only. I know many women that do not want
to attend a class with the guys. This is a class
that spends a lot of time on the basic
techniques of riding.
Schools are kept to a limited number of riders for more one on one time. Getting up close and personal with
every rider is extremely important to me. I have some of
the best riders in the Northwest assisting and demonstrating
at my larger classes. Listed below are a few of the riders that have been assistants.
Book a class at your Track:
If your looking at putting on a class at you're local
track, the fees are listed below. I do many schools at
private tracks all over the Northwest. I am flexible and can put something together that
works for you. Contact me for availability and details. Eric Waunch firstname.lastname@example.org
cost per rider