Their international motocross camps target every rider that wants to became a better athlete, with an emphasis on women racers. Classes are held world wide at different locations and they are offered in a variety of styles such as group camps, semi-private and private lessons. In all the camps, they give special attention and tips on how to lower our carbon emission while training so to make the motocross community more green friendly. At 211 MX school they believe that we all have to do our part on helping the planet!
The Camps are always full of fun and learning experiences, making each class a lifetime of memories while creating everlasting friendship. We work with professional athletes but every professional rider was once an amateur so we enjoy taking on ambitious people.
The next 2-day camp is on November 20-21st with a space limit of 10 riders (women only) at Oak Hill MX in Texas. The students will learn the correct body position, how to save energy when riding, the correct preparation for training and racing, and some tips on the necessary safety equipments. As well as, one on one training with Stefy to acquire skill, technique, mental training, knowledge in the health of an extreme sport athlete, etc. There are a few goodies involved at the end of this camp for the participating riders.
And as special guest participant, Noora Naraghi, Iran's first woman motorcross champion, who has come to the US to train with Stefy to hone her skills in the art of motocross so she may go back and teach MX to other women in Iran. This is very empowering for women in Iran as well as around the world. CNN felt the same and covered the story.