EMXP offers private MX training on any of our open practice days. This is a great way to get more comfortable on your dirtbike. MX training will build your confidence, your skill, and your speed. Any skill level and any age can attend a training session. Give us a call or send an email to get on the training schedule.


The session lasts 2 hours and will start at 6pm on a weekday practice. You and your trainer will start with stationary drills and a discussion in the pit area. From there you will go to the training area to work on riding drills. These can be anything from braking drills to cornering drills, from shifting drills to jumping drills and so much more. They change from session to session to keep things interesting. There will also be on track demonstrations from the trainer. If you have something specific that you want to work on, let the trainer know. You will be on your bike for the majority of the session. We take a break or two for water, a snack, and to gas the bike if needed.

Cost for 2 Hour Private Training Session: $130 (includes entry to ride from 3-9pm)

Please bring a good running bike, a bike stand, gas can, helmet, boots, long sleeve, long pants, gloves, pads, a healthy snack, and a water or Gatorade.


  • Body Position
  • Cornering
  • Whoops
  • Jumps
  • Braking
  • Shifting
  • Clutch
  • Race Starts
  • Finding the race line
  • Mentality
  • What to do on race day
  • Knowledge of steps to becoming Pro
  • Gym training


Ryan Abrigo has become one of the northwest’s top professional racers. He started racing dirtbikes at age 4, and turned Pro at age 17. Ryan has held 3 national numbers throughout his career with his top finish being an 8th place in the 250 Lites SX in Houston, TX. He still races Pro at races all over the northwest.

One thing that improved Ryan’s riding as he grew up was attending MX schools. The first class was taken from Donnie Hansen MX Acedemy. From there he attended 5 Magics MX School (a partner of the Gary Semic’s MX School) each year that it came to town. Once Pro, he had a private lesson with the bad boy himself, Rick Johnson. And then there was Ryno, Ryan Hughes who taught him the extreme side to gym training and mental coaching.

Let Ryan teach you the knowledge that he has obtained over the years. There is no better experience than life experience, and motocross has been his life. Let his knowledge help you become a better, faster, more confident rider.