JB Pro MX Training

Posted on September 16, 2020

Having had over 4000 riders in our Training Camps over the past 27 years, two time World motocross champion John van den Berk has trained some of the best riders on the scene. Some of the current MX GP stars John has trained are Jeffrey Herlings, Clement Desalle, Glenn Coldenhoff and many more.

John will also start working with Bud Racing owner Sébastien Dassé in a collaboration that will only improve the whole training experience.

JB Pro MX Training organizes a yearly motocross training camp in the winter. John van den Berk has been doing this for 27 years. This year will be the first year that the winter training will be held in France. The JB Pro MX Winter Training Camp is the longest running and most visited winter camp in Europe. The Winter Traning Camp is for motocross riders at all levels - from beginner to pro.

The 2020 training camp runs for 6 weeks:

December 21st till January 2 (2 weeks).

January 18 – January 29 (2 weeks)

February 15 – February 26 (2 weeks)

Each week contains 5 training days - from Monday to Friday - on 7 different tracks in total (4 hard, 3 soft).

Accommodations

Centered in Hossegor in the south of France, there are plenty of accommodations at every price point, ranging from apartments to hotels. For an all-inclusive type of vacation combined with training, JB Pro MX Training recommends booking a hotel via Booking.com or similar booking services. On request, JB Pro MX Training can assist in renting an apartment for a longer period of time.

JB Pro MX Training is organizing a new Motocross Training Camp in The Netherlands in Fall, following the same schedule as the Summer Training Camp. The Fall Training Camp of 2021 runs for 2 weeks, from 12 October till 24 October, excluding 21 October.

Tracks

  • Lelystad
  • Arnhem
  • Heerde
  • Veldhoven
  • Boxmeer
  • Emmen
  • Utrecht

Pricing

1 Week of training (5 days) is €500, excluding a daily €15 track rental, and excluding any optional bike rental.

Insurance

In order to ride in The Netherlands, insurance in the form of a license is required. Applying for insurance can be done by clicking here.

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Find out more here: www.johnvandenberk.com