Dirt bikes combine the coolness of James Dean, the stylishness of leather clothing, and the convenience of jumping every gorge in the neighborhood. Experience all aspects of two-wheeled entertainment with today’s Groupon to MidsouthmotoX in Mebane.
$99 for a 3- to 4-hour lesson package (up to a $240 value) that includes:
- A dirt-bike-riding lesson
- A dirt-bike rental
- Equipment rental
- Track fee<p>
$10 for a one-day motocross-riding pass (a $20 value)<p>
Drawing upon more than 20 years of combined coaching and riding experience, the professional dirt-bike instructors at MidsouthmotoX teach beginning and intermediate riders precise bike-handling maneuvers or unlock the open dirt for all-day riding excursions. Riders can while away hours zipping around MidsouthmotoX’s private track, whose variable difficulty levels present terrain for riders of all skill levels as they practice tricks and train bikes to fight off neighborhood tricycle gangs. The littlest riders can hone their engine-revving craft on the facility’s kids’ track. Beginners can also eschew trial and error with lessons, strapping on included pants, jersey, gloves, pads, boots, helmet and goggles and mounting a mechanical steed to learn off-road and motocross essentials such as bike setup and maintenance, acceleration and braking techniques, and proper riding positions. Lessons can even cover more advanced moves such as endos and jumps.
Though MidsouthmotoX sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
At MidsouthmotoX, professional dirt-bike instructors with more than 20 years of experience teach introductory bike-handling skills before turning riders loose on a private practice track or a kid-friendly small track. Lesson packages can be fine-tuned for beginning or intermediate riders and may include bike rental, equipment rental, and track fees for the day. Variable terrain keeps both safety and challenge in balance, and track and instructors are available for all-day private rentals for birthdays, graduations, or the anniversary of Washington popping a wheelie over the Delaware.