Proven time and time again, Gary Semics’ MX teaching methods get the best results!
Join the thousands of riders who have improved their motocross, dirt bike or woods riding skills by applying the practice methods they have learned from hands on training at this motocross school and/or the Motocross Riding Techniques DVDs & Streaming Videos. Since the school’s humble beginning in 1985 it has helped riders win 26 AMA Pro Motocross/Supercross Championships, from McGrath to Villopoto!
Gary Semics’ 2019 Group Class Schedules.
Our 2019 group class schedule for Lisbon, Ohio is listed below.
Gary also teaching in North Carolina during the winter months.
- Previous Schools have been deleted. As with all classes, Email, text or call Gary before leaving your 60.00 deposit from the bottom of this page… 330-277-9588.
- Only 1 Group Class remaining for this year at our private track in Lisbon, OH.
- MX Group Class Saturday September 14th at the Lisbon, OH track. “Openings Available”.
All entries to the Lisbon Group Classes will receive a Free Motocross Techniques DVD!
“Info about Gary’s Motocross School Group Classes”.
In order to be able to critique each rider, Gary only takes a maximum of 15 riders per class. The cost of each class is $160.00 per rider. You can sign up for one of Gary’s group classes if the class has “Openings Available” in the Class Schedule above. To signup by leaving your 60.00 deposit scroll down to the blue “Add to Cart” button. Be sure to include the class date in notes before checkout. The remaining $100.00 will need to be paid in cash at the school. Classes run form 10:00 to 4:00 unless otherwise listed. For these classes riders must be 12 years or older on an 85 or larger.
Note; If there are 5 or less riders in the class the class maybe shorten. This is because all the techniques and critiquing will be covered in a shorter time. In these cases there is more time offered for open practice after the instructional part of the school is completed. What better time to practice when all the new techniques are fresh in your mind. If any riders still want more critiquing, just ask and you will have it.
For more info, Email, Text or Call Gary’s mobile, 330-277-9588
Since the school’s humble beginning, in 1985, our students have won 26 AMA Pro Motocross/Supercross Championships, from McGrath to Villopoto!
What you will learn in the class? All the important techniques for flat and rutted corners and the jumping techniques for absorbing (staying low) and launching (getting more height and distance). Not only will you learn all these time, tested and proven techniques, but you will also learn how to practice them in order to keep improving after you leave the school. Gary and David set up practice drills so all the techniques can be practiced through repetition. This enables the riders to repeat each group of techniques over and over again. Then, periodically, they are stopped and critiqued individually. There are no long talks. Instead all the riders get to ride a lot. They get a lot of quick critiquing and they are riding again. The end results have been phenomenal. According to the weather, classes usually start at 10:00 and end at 4:00. Don’t miss this opportunity to “Make Yourself a Better, Safer Rider”!
At all of Gary’s group class schools, he will also have his most popular Motocross Techniques DVDs, The Motocross Practice Manual and GSMXS T-Shirts on sale at discounted prices!
Use the button to the left to make your Group Motocross Lesson Deposit.
Just attended a one day group class at ECMX,we started on corners Gary sent us out ,watched for a few minutes called everyone in and gave us some things to try after just a few laps I could tell these techniques were working.Gary would also pull you off as a individual and tell you what you were doing wrong.after about 2 hours of this the rain started but instead of just setting around Gary had use get our bikes and bike stands and he showed us body positions.where your feet should be on the pegs and so on.this was a good class I wish Mother Nature would had waited tell we were done .will definitely attend another one of Gary's classes.
I was impressed with Garys way of doing things. The kids really do have fun as they are learning. In such a short time my son showed signs of improvement especially on cornering and rear braking when approaching corners. I highly recommend him for yourself and children in the sport of you get the opportunity.
As a rider based out of the St. Louis area, I can tell you that the Gary Semics riding school was worth every hour and dollar spent driving to Ohio for just a one day class. Gary is such a great person and he really knows what he's talking about when it comes to motocross. If I could give one tip about taking this class it would be that you can't let your ego get the best of you, Gary is going to tell it to you straight whether you're doing something wrong or not. But it's up to you to make it a great time (I had an absolute blast). Gary has such a great sense of humor and it really makes for an amazing learning environment. So I highly recommend it because I know I am going to be attending another class as soon as possible.
Also if you take the class, ask Gary about a kid that jumped the big tabletop and then almost went for a swim in the pond I'm sure you'll get a good laugh out it.
From an email I sent to Gary after 1 day class June 2019:
I wanted to drop you a note to let you know how much I appreciated your class this past weekend. I have been away from dirt bikes for some 15 years while my kids grew up. I’ve gotten older and the bikes have changed a bit so I have definitely been frustrated trying to pick up where I left off. I knew I needed to spend time in a class like yours but instead I just jumped in there and started racing. My confidence has been lacking since coming back so spending the time in your class was well worth it as I feel a lot more “in charge” on the bike now.
Thanks for your encouragement and for sharing all your various thoughts on how to do this thing right. It has given me a lot to think about which is good for my brain to sort out. I hope to make it out to your place again next year.