I will need a few months to rest up

Ashley Fiolek MX classJust wrapped up my summer of teaching motocross classes. I was gone for two months, my main goal was doing AFMX schools but I was also trying to include some mountain biking trips too.

I decided to get a trailer/dirt bike hauler since I was going to be gone for so long and was bringing two dirt bikes and mountain bikes.

I guess I should have got one a long time ago, but just never got around to it. I bought one right before I left and had to have a crash course on how to connect and disconnect it and also how to use the brakes that were installed inside my truck. I was pretty freaked out at first, but it turned out to be a lot of fun and I really had a blast being able to camp everywhere!

My first stop was in Alabama for a private lesson and then after that we headed to Jackson Hole. We were there to do some gnarly mountain bike riding and to also hang out with some friends and family. It was gorgeous there and we were camped out right in the middle of it all!

We also made a side trip to Old Faithful it is beautiful there.

Old faithful Ashley FiolekWhile I was doing my classes my great grandma turned 100! I flew up to Michigan form Colorado and met my family up there to help her celebrate, we had a great time. How crazy that she is 100, the mayor gave her a special certificate and we had a big party for her.

I had a total of 6 classes and I had a great time at all of them. Everyone rode really well and was very eager to learn. I love riding with everyone and helping them to appreciate moto and to love it as much as I do. It’s  fun to meet new people and to also ride at different tracks. I was mostly out on the West Coast, but my last class was in Ohio and then we headed home.

It was a great trip and I’m glad we missed the hurricane that was hitting the East Coast. I will need a few months to rest up before I will start to have some more classes!

Hope you all can come out and join me next time.

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