Enduro 2.0 with Megs Braap – Custer, MI (Aug 18th)

This is an advanced training clinic taught by Megs Braap at the beautiful Whiskey Creek Campground in Custer, Michigan!

Start: Aug 18, 2024 @ 9:00 am
End: Aug 18, 2024 @ 4:00 pm


5080 Sippy Road, Custer, Michigan 49405


8 in stock

Clinic Information

We have a NO REFUNDS policy. If you cannot attend, you can find someone to purchase your ticket and take your place in the class.

After you purchase your spot at the clinic, you will get an email confirmation. You will also receive an email one week before the class with detailed instructions on where to go, what time to be there, what to bring, etc.

Big thanks to Whiskey Creek Campground for hosting my clinics again this year! It is such a beautiful location for clinics. We are very lucky to train out here! There will be more info on camping and amenities are in the FAQ section at the bottom of the page.


Enduro 2.0 is an advanced look at enduro riding, focusing on hard enduro skills and techniques. You’ll need a solid base of skills to take the most from this clinic. I strongly recommend taking enduro 1.0 first if you can!

The course will be slightly different at each location, because we focus it around the type of terrain we have to work with. It could be based around rocky terrain, off-camber terrain, logs, hills, creeks, or any mixture of these things! On top of that, we will always cover techniques for precise wheel placement, advanced obstacle crossings, traction control, and trials based clutch, throttle, and braking exercises.

This course will help you fine tune the skills you have, and give you the information and feedback you need to master more advanced skills and techniques. At the end of this class, you’ll be more confident and proficient in the extreme terrain and you’ll have the tools to go home and practice the new skills you’ve learned.

8 in stock

Have Questions?

Am I skilled enough to take this class?

This is an advanced class geared towards experienced riders looking to elevate their skills in the very technical terrain. You’ll want to have a solid base of skills prior to taking this class. Being able to get the front wheel up for obstacles is pretty important (we cover this in great detail in the Enduro 1.0 course).  You’ll also want to have good clutch/throttle control, and decent balance.  If you can execute full lock, figure 8 turns, that tells me you have a good base of skills!


I want to camp, where can I stay?

You can camp right on site at Whiskey Creek Campground! They have RV spots and tent sites. There is also a store, a pool, laundry/shower facilities. You can book a spot on there website or give them a call.

Phone: 231-898-2030



What should I bring?

1. A dirt bike that is in good, working order.

2. Gas for the bike

3. Tool kit just in case.

4. Hydration pack/water bottles

5. Lunch/snacks/electrolytes

6. Riding gear: A HELMET AND PROPER DIRT BIKE BOOTS ARE ABSOLUTELY MANDATORY.  Other gear that you might want to bring could include gloves, knee pads/knee braces, elbow pads, goggles, chest/back protector etc.

7. Hat and sunscreen

Check Out More Clinics With Megs Braap

Enduro 1.0 with Megs Braap – Central Point, OR (May 10th)

Enduro 1.0 with Megs Braap – Central Point, OR (May 11th)

Enduro 1.0 with Megs Braap – Central Point, OR (May 12th)

Meet Megs

Megs Braap

Sharing my passion for dirt biking has been my focus since 2012! I have recently taken the plunge and made this my full time job. I spread my love for the sport through my riding clinics as well as the media I post up on YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook. I love all aspects of the sport, but my main focus is Enduro. The gnarlier, the better! Before I made my career change, I was an electrician. Now I travel around North America teaching my riding clinics and I absolutely love it. It feels like I’ve truly found my passion.