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Cross Training Anyone?

10th Aug, 2018 | Via Andrew Warnest

Cross Training Anyone?

TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RIDERS DAN & JACK PEACE ARE COMING TO AUSTRALIA TO RUN COACHING CLINICS!

Trial2 World Championship contenders, Dan & Jack Peace from England, will be spending part of their off season here in South Australia, as guests of fellow Trial2 WTC competitor, SA’s Connor Hogan, specifically at the Hogan Homestead of Mungeree in the Southern Finders Ranges at Bangor.
Team Hogan, along with the AJS MTC, run their annual Woolshed Trial at their awesome homestead of Mungeree each year, which is situated in the Southern Flinders Ranges, just off the Germain Gorge Road on Survey Road, with the gate to Mungeree right next to the Southern end of the Bridle Track.
This event has been the Trials SA ‘Event of the Year’ for many years now – in fact every year the award has been presented to date – and is more than suitable for all aspects of cross discipline training, although this will be tailored more towards the discipline of trials.
Whilst here, they are offering to share their expertise with riders from SA – and interstate as well – and at, what is, a trials ‘Mecca’ in Mungeree! The main weekend slated for the courses is October 27th & 28th, with the cost $100.00 per day.
Separate individual sessions will also be available after this weekend, with the price to be negotiated.
Dan & Jack are only in Australia for 3 short weeks, so get booked in for some training with world class riders. Also; there is plenty of room at Mungeree to roll out a swag, or pitch a tent, so come for the weekend! CONTACT FOR ALL THE DETAILS; (08) 8666 5240, 0428 275 827, mungeree@activ8.net.au
Chances like this don’t come around often, with this only being the 4th time since 2011 that Trials SA have been able to host an international trials coach, after visits by Spaniard Jordi Pascuet in 2011 & 2012 and Brit, Alexz Wigg in 2016, so don’t hesitate, book now to ensure your spot!
Proudly presented by Team Hogan, and fully supported by Trials SA and Motorcycling SA.

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