Special Event: Doc Wong Dual Sport SURVIVAL Workshop!

Special Event: Doc Wong Dual Sport SURVIVAL Workshop: Wed, May 14, 6:30PM


I am SO excited to offer this special workshop!

Our special guest speaker is a retired Special Operations Intelligence Officer with over 26 years field experience in high-risk, hostile and even behind enemy lines experience. Very few people in the world have extensive knowledge and experience in how to survive in difficult situations.

Ever planning on doing a motorcycle trip into another country? You'll want to know what he has to say to stay safe, recognize and avoid trouble and what would ever be the best

plan of action in case something bad happens.

He's been on every continent with extensive experience in how to first of all, stay out of trouble and if the SHTF, what do you then do. Did you know that if you were ever handcuffed or tied with duct tape that you could easily break out of them without tools? He'll show us how in this workshop!

While there is no charge for this workshop, signup early as seating is limited.

What:  Doc Wong Dual Sport SURVIVAL Workshop.

When:  Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 6:30PM - 8:30 PM

Where: Doc Wong's Full Motion Chiropractic Office

 in Carlmont Shopping Center

 1021 Alameda De Las Pulgas

 Belmont, CA 94002

Ride street, ride track, ride dirt, trials.....ride.....well!

Doc Wong

Chiropractor for Children and Adults

1021 Alameda de las Pulgas

Belmont, CA 94002



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**Special acknowledgement and thanks to:

Keith Code of California Superbike Schools for his help and guidance and support. The Doc Wong Street Riding Clinics are almost all based on his works. Get his books and tapes on the subject, read them and apply them....your riding will be much better for it!  www.californiasuperbikeschool.com

In memory of Gary Jaehne for his contributions to our motorcycling community!

Helimot Leathers:  The leathers I use and consider the best! www.helimot.com

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  • Mike M.

    Thanks Doc!

    May 16

  • Valerie

    Very entertaining and informative evening. Thank you, Doc!

    May 15

  • Bob M.

    Sad I missed it! Will he be back?

    May 15

  • Tom D.

    This guy was a living "Michael Weston" (Burn Notice?) who gave tips on how to travel affiliated with international groups with local contacts, what and what not to carry, to wear, to say, and where to get some "wet workers" if you need them. The most useful was how to revive a bike after you drop it in four feet of water. But the most interesting was how to get out of duct tape or zip tie handcuffs, if you ever need to know. Another great meet-up!

    1 · May 14

  • ken f.

    Too many beers, can't make it.

    May 14

  • Tom D.

    This sounds too good to pass up, whether it's "survival" while on the two wheels, or "survival" if you get yourself in trouble (don't blame others!) while out in the back country. I've got lots of first aid, CPR, etc., and have had to use it a few times, but I've never felt like I know enough to be really competent.

    May 13

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