Classes usually consist of two parts: introductory instruction and a hands-on field course. The first is designed to develop safety knowledge and awareness, while the field course offers students an opportunity to practice basic riding skills in a controlled, supervised environment. Students practice basic safety techniques with hands-on exercises covering starting and stopping, turning, negotiating hills, emergency stopping and swerving, and riding over obstacles.
ATV riders need to dress right. Number one on the list is a helmet specifically designed to accommodate goggles. A long-sleeved top or jacket can help protect you from both the elements and abrasion. Sturdy over-the-ankle boots should offer good support and traction. Gloves and long pants are next, and it all needs to fit properly. The good news is that there are plenty of choices out there to match your style and your needs.
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