Our Level 2 TWO DAY TRAINING is a clear step for those that finished Level 1 and are searching to improve their skills.
We strongly advise Level 2 to anyone who has not only done our Level 1, but that has also spent time practicing.
For some, that self practicing time can be a couple of intensive weeks, for others, a few months, however, if you do not yet feel comfortable applying everything you were taught in Level 1, we recommend practicing some more, or taking a Level 1 training again.
From our experience, taking Level 2 training without being comfortable with Level 1 skills, will not render your training as effective, and many times students feel like their underachieving.
Allow yourself time to train, and make a self-evaluation as if you are ready for new skills, need more training time, or just want to refresh your memory with a Level 1 again.
On our Level 2, we will dive deeper into everything we taught your before, and introduce not only a new level of difficulty to what you already know, but also introduce new skills and exercise combinations.
You will learn techniques such as:
- Emergency braking with obstacle avoidance
- Brake slides
- Uphill u-turns
If you want to feel comfortable taking your adventures further, this level will help you get there!
As far as tires are concerned, we strongly recommend a 50-50 tire, with no need for seriously knobbies.
Our Level 2 training values are for two full training days from 09:00 to 16:00 at our Enduro Camp facility in the Alentejo.
The value also includes:
- Two lunches
- Water, and snacks during the class
- Mandatory personal accident insurance for the training days
- Experient and certified Enduro instructor
Our class does NOT include:
- Sleeping arrangements, although we can recommend a hotel we work with
- Dinner and breakfast, possible to have in the hotel as part of their service
- Bike rentals. We do not rent or arrange bikes for trainings at this point.
As with all our trainings, if you have any questions you would like to see answered before booking your training, send us an e-mail and we will be more than happy to help!
Everything has rules, and our trainings and tours are no different, so let's go over what you need to know to attend this training.
- At least a 50-50 tire, designated as is by its respective manufacturer
- An integral helmet that is not modular
- Protection gloves
- A suit or assorted protections capable of protecting your back, upper and lower members
- A mid-calf or full-calf boot, preferentially, off-road biased
If you have any doubts about the gear or tires, let us know before you sign up for the class, as our instructors and guides have the right to refuse your participation in any of our activities, without reimbursement, if you do not present yourself with the minimum required safety gear.
As far as gas is concerned, it is important that you know that our Enduro Camp is 15 minutes away from the closest gas station and that we do not store extra gasoline on the camp.
This means that it is your responsibility to arrive with a full tank, or enough for at least 100kms or 60miles before the start of any activity.
The minimum quantity of fuel may vary depending on the activity, but it will always be disclosed to you beforehand.
Even though we are always flexible, due to the distance of the gas station, and out of respect for the instructors and the remaining participants, we generally cannot delay the start of any activity due to any participant's lack of fuel, the same way that there is no guarantee that any staff member will be available to escort you to the fuel station.
So get your bike fueled up, get your gear on, and come enjoy this incredible training!