Dave Moss has been on a personal mission since 1995 to save a life every day within the motorcycling community via education and training. Leveraging technology, that mission can reach every Continent 24/7 with Dave reaching 6 million riders in 2020 and 10 million riders in 2022 worldwide.

His guidance is centered on making the bike work for the rider:- not a setting that the individual must learn to ride! He recognizes our talents, abilities and unique differences to communicate effectively ensuring the motorcycle and rider are perfectly paired together. If not paired, why not and what it will take to fix the issue(s) that need to be resolved.

Through his “Pay It Forward” mantra and online resources, Dave empowers riders with knowledge and skills gained via DMT to go into their local riding community and continue his mission at the grass roots level to help their fellow riders.

The following is a list of Dave’s primary concerns and considerations for every rider and their motorcycle:

Ergonomics (handlebars, levers, footpegs, shifter and rear brake)

Rider weight and ability (free sag, rider sag, travel used)

OEM suspension and its ability to cope effectively with the rider’s ability (spring rates, oil viscosity and age)

Required upgrades to suspension (ability related based on skills and type of use).

Dave will not let a rider spend money until they need to and at that point, prioritize the expenses based on what is needed and when it should be purchased. This relates to dirt, road, track and racing environments. We all get better so NEVER leave your motorcycle behind you – always upgrade at the appropriate time to keep your motorcycle AHEAD of you so you can continue to learn!

Does Dave Ride?

Yes, he has been riding for over 4 decades on the street all over the world. Dave has raced since 1995 at local and National levels in the US as well as competed for Team USA at the Phillip Island Classic! From 2011 to 2018, Dave won 13 AFM Road Racing Championships and acquired two AFM “Top 10” plates.

DMT (24 June 18 @ 6:09pm)