Every year, Landon Currier and his crew seem to put on more and more camps for motocross riders looking to hone their skills on the track. Spring camp, Summer camp, Fall camp, and small sessions around local NW tracks in between keep Landon and his fiancé, Justine, very busy.
Anytime there's a camp in session, I always make a point of stopping in, saying hi, and taking some photos of all the students. Young or old, there is something for everyone. The advise and relationship between the instructors and riders is second to none. "Keep your elbows up", "lean back more in this section", "weight the outside peg when in this corner". The words of wisdom don't fall upon def ears, young and old alike, they all soak it up, and can be seen improving lap after lap.
Woodland MX played host to Currier's camp this time around, and the weather (at least on Saturday) couldn't be better. With somewhere close to 40 riders spread out between 3 different stations, instructors, Landon Currier, Alyas Wardius, and Darrin Currier (Landon's father) schooled the riders on starts, corners, jumps, passing, and everything else in between.