Farm Bike Safety Training

Learn farm bike safety from NZ’s best enduro and cross-country riders!

New Zealand’s top enduro bike riders are teaming up with Agricademy to deliver farm bike safety workshops across the country from early July to the end of September.

Off road bike gurus Kylie Dorr, Rachael Archer, Wil Yeoman and James Scott will share their championship winning skills and techniques with farmers.

Learn about how the skills used in racing can keep bike riders safe on farms. The body positions, the way pro riders navigate obstacles and maneuver up and down hills, are all skills transferable to the farm riding environment. While racing often emphasizes speed, enduro bike riders true talent lies in safe handling and using their skills through controlled speed. We aim to showcase an approach focused on mastery over machinery.

The course includes some online reading and a simple online quiz ahead of a practical four-hour bike safety workshop.

Worksafe says the common causes are not riding to the conditions, not paying attention to the terrain and inexperience.

This collaboration is a great opportunity for farmers to boost their bike safety and learn from elite athletes. Our champions want to give back to farming and these workshops will share techniques to keep riders safe on the job.

We’ll be running courses July, August and September, but book in soon as places are limited.

The are two ways to participate –
join one of our scheduled training days OR have us come to your Farm

Pick a day

We have multiple days in July in many locations around the motu with more being added in August and September.

We’ll supply the bikes and the location. Usually the session will be from 9am to 1pm.

The course includes a short online course and quiz that covers health and safety theory. It doesn’t take long and needs to be completed before your training day.

COST $575 incl GST per person

We come to you

If you’ve got a farm and bikes and would like us to send along a trainer, then get in touch.

You’ll need between 6 and 8 people.

COST $455 incl GST per person

Get in touch via the form and we’ll do out best to organise the day with you.

You and your other participants must each complete the online component of the training before you attend the practical day. The online training is largely about health and safety, includes a short quiz, and will help with your farm’s health and safety record of knowledge.

Please complete and send this form.

Include your address, and province, what bikes you have. How many people you expect – generally we need between 6 and 8. And anything else you need to add or ask.

Any Questions? Contact Kylie at

About the trainers

Kylie Dorr will present courses in Otago and Southland.

Kylie is the 2023 and 2024 national enduro champion in the women’s grade and NZ #2 in women’s XC racing and is leading the enduro championship.
Follow Kylie on Instagram

Rachael Archer will be teaching farm bike safety in the Waikato, King Country, Manawatu, Bay of Plenty and Taranaki regions.

Rachael is No.1 in the USA and has been racing full time in the Grand National Cross-Country Championships in the United States from 2018.
She is also the 2022 and 2023 Women’s GNCC Champion, Multi-time winner of the NZ Enduro, Cross Country, and Women’s MX Championships.
Follow Rachael on Instagram

Wil Yeoman who is a PWR Yamaha rider will be teaching farm bike skills in the Taupo area.

Wil is currently 3rd overall in the 2024 Yamaha NZ Enduro Championship, and was Taupo’s national cross-country champion in 2023.
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James Scott an Oparau sheep and beef farmer will run courses in the Waikato region.

He is a national champion across disciplines.
He is also the #1 Motocross rider in the 250cc class for 2024 and is leading the points in this year’s Enduro championship.
Follow James on Instagram

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