Reservations can be made either by telephone 07771-792464 or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..If you have any further questions prior to making a booking please do not hesitate to call us regarding your enquiry.

At the Motocross School all of our staff have been trained in accordance to meet the ACU required standards, are First Aid trained and hold public liability insurance to conform to the minimum standard requirement of The ACU.

If there has been a prolonged period of rainfall leading up to the day of the school, The MXSchool has the right to cancel and reschedule. This will be done in extreme cases and no later then 48 hours before the event. Some circuits withstand more rain than others and whilst motocross is seen as an all weather activity it's better that the students can learn in favourable conditions in order to improve their technique.

No, so be sure to bring enough fluids to see you through the day in order to avoid dehydration – minimum 3 litres – We will stop for lunch so bring your own packed lunch and snacks to keep you going throughout the day. Try to avoid fizzy drinks if you can.

All parents / guardians and riders must ensure that their machinery has been well maintained prior to the commencement of the school and is checked regularly throughout the course of the day. The MXSchool will not be held responsible for poorly maintained equipment.

All riders are responsible for bringing their own equipment to the circuit. This includes a helmet that is ACU approved, goggles, full protective body armour, gloves, knee pads and/or knee braces, full protective clothing and protective boots. Neck braces optional.

For the bike, you must bring a bike stand, fuel, tools and any spare parts that might be required – inner tubes, spark plugs, air filter, gear lever, brake pedal and clutch/brake levers, chain and chain lube.

Please bring a set of PE kit as we will perform some physical activity at the start of the day: joggers or shorts, sweat shirt or hoody, training shoes.

If a child is under the age of 18 the parent or guardian is expected to remain at the facility throughout the course of the day.

Riders of 18 and over are deemed to be adults and therefore responsible for their own well being. In the unlikely event of an adult rider being injured whilst on the training school it is advised that you consider bringing with you a friend or colleague should the need arise to be driven home.

Yes, at TheMXSchool we prefer to operate a 'safety first' policy.

Training days will cater for Youth (65cc / 85cc / 150CRF) and Adults (125cc - 450cc). This helps to create a positive learning environment for all students attending our schools.

Please state whether you are a novice, intermediate or expert when booking to ensure correct grouping of riders and abilities.

While some schools might cater for 'all ages' The MXSchool prefers to run a minimum age of 7 years old.

The MXSchool operates nationwide covering England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales – see attached list for details – We are also open to new venues so feel free to contact us if you think you have a facility that could cater for us.