To help youth learn how to use tools, Rich Oliver's Mystery School founded the Kid's Ride & Wrench Camp in 2017. The success of the program has gained a far reach and was touted by superbikeplanet.com as 'the best motorcycle industry idea of 2017'.
The next Kid's Ride & Wrench Camp is October 5 - 6, 2019. The Mystery School is proud to announce that through generous individuals and companies who have a passion of introducing youth to motorcycling and the vocation of mechanics, they have scholarships available!
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- Subject line: Kids Ride & Wrench scholarship nomination
- In the body of the text, include the youth's name, address and age
- Have the youth write a short paragraph giving a brief overview of their interests, their character, what their motorcycle experience is and why they feel that they would be a scholarship recipient.
- Contact phone number and email
Please submit all nominations by August 30, 2019. The school will select and notify the recipients of the awards the first week of September.
About Rich Oliver's Mystery School
Rich Oliver's Mystery School is located in Prather, California which is in the Sierra Mountain range foothills outside of Fresno, California and offers several courses to help students of all ages, starting at age 7, to learn how to gain skills, confidence and control when operating a motorcycle. Check out all of course offerings and dates at www.richoliver.net.
The mission of the Mystery School is to offer a safe, hospitable, high-quality training facility and curriculums that give students additional riding skills that can be used to avoid accidents and injuries when riding their own motorcycle(s) on the street, dirt or track.
The Mystery School’s students gain increased motorcycle control and confidence by riding in the dirt under guidance and coaching. For the student who has never ridden a motorcycle before, the goal is to teach them the safety skills needed so they can have a lifetime of motorcycling enjoyment.
The Mystery School offers a variety of courses and host students of all skill levels including young children who are learning to ride, street riders learning to ride in the dirt for the first time, experienced street and dirt riders as well as police motor officers.
A new and very important program to the industry is the Kid’s Ride and Wrench Camp that offers an introduction to basic motorcycle mechanics and how to ride a motorcycle.