This site is dedicated for all people who love off-road riding in the State of Oregon.
It is now REQUIRED AS OF JANUARY 1, 2012 FOR ALL KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 16 TO HAVE THE HANDS ON EVALUATION
Also, as of January 1, 2012 the Safety Education Card(free online course at www.rideatvoregon.org) for adults 50 years old and younger or if you are supervising children under the age of 16, you are required to take the free online course. The Hands on Evaluation is NOT required for adults ages 16 and older!! But if you need the Hands on Evaluation as a job requirement, Just ask us about it when you call.
Lyon Off-Road Certification Center offers off-road Hands on Evaluation required by the State of Oregon, for class III (motorcycle) and class I ATV (Quad). We evaluate your child for the hands on evaluation for the minimum standards required by the state of Oregon. Both Class I and Class III are offered the same day and same time.
No additional cost for out of state participants!
Locations Added: In North Bend we have Evaluation classes offered at Steve's ATV Rental. We also have Indoor locations at Polk Co. Fair Grounds and Clark County Fairgrounds. Albany MX Park and Grants Pass. Look and see what dates we have and what is available.
Please be patient with us as Lyon Off-Road Certification Center is trying to get evalutation locations in as many areas as we can, to try to serve you to make sure that all who want to ride in the State of Oregon gets their Hands on Evaluation and their Safety Education Card that the State of Oregon requires.
Please know and understand we at Lyon Off-Road do NOT get the Oregon State Subsidy as we are NOT a large State wide Non-profit Organization, We are a family owned small business and doing our best to get the job done that the state has required.
Call to REGISTER NOW!!!!
At Lyon Off Road our trained evaluators work with your child by teaching them proper skills and riding positions to acheive rider fit. Our evaluators value your child and the safety of families in Oregon.
RESPECT AND PROTECT is the main goal in building safe, smart and ethical riders in Oregon.