Bill Burke is an internationally recognized trainer and recovery expert who teaches back country driving techniques, winching and extrication methods, vehicle preparation and maintenance, land navigation and woods skills through classes, private training, instructor and trail leader courses to individuals, families, groups, clubs, vehicle manufacturers and dealers, tour operators, government agencies, and all organizations that use 4WD vehicles in their operations.
4-Wheel Drive Education starts with an understanding of how a 4-wheel drive (4WD) works, giving you insight into why your 4WD performs as it does. Bill, through his experience as an ASE Master Truck Technician and the use of training aids, will teach you how to get the most out of your 4WD. Each obstacle, stuck vehicle, and piece of 4WD equipment becomes a discussion, a demonstration, and an opportunity for learning. Safety is fundamental.
Bill’s sense of humor and history, geographical expertise, and environmental insight combine to give a greater sense of civilization as we know it relative to the prospectors, explorers, natives and dinosaurs who were on the trail before us! His comprehension of group dynamics and personalities means that even in large groups, each person feels like a vital part of the training rather than merely a participant. From first-time 4-wheelers to highly experienced drivers, each student will expand their skill level exponentially under Bill’s watchful eye.
More group classes and trips being planned. – Also, we always have private training.
“If you are looking for a trail guide and 4WD instructor, you can do no better than 4-Wheeling America.” John Lee, Expedition Exchange
Sunday, October 16, 2016
12 noon until 1900 hrs
Our BB4WA 30th Anniversary birthday party in Grand Junction, Colorado.
We’ve hired Stray Grass, an amazing local band, to play for our celebration!
We’ll have food (you BYOB), and giveaway door prizes from our sponsors! You’ll have a fun time meeting all the ‘wheelers that will show up.
All you need to do is email us with a person count (called an RSVP!) and we’ll give you the 10-20 of the location! No fancy stuff… just an address that’s easy to find.
Note: Rooftop tent people and trailer-towing people will be welcome to “park” in the lot for the night We’ll have a Porta-Potty for ya! It’s that simple! It could be 5 people, it could be 200 people! Dang, 30 years in business! Where did the time fly??
Please mark your calendars and plan to come celebrate with us!