I can handle as many riders as sign up, at least for the two days because it is easy to sweep routes and check for safety on training routes.
The third day route is a little more difficult and depends on how may rider on the route we choose. I have a few options all dependent on participation.
We are still light on January entries so February is not an option unless the head count is there to support it. I know that putting on these classes is a labor of love and not a money maker, just ask anyone else who has tried. It is hard enough for most guys to gather up the funds and time to go and do one of these events/races let alone spend money on proper training. And then you have to go and practice the stuff we teach.
But, we really need to have more rides who understand the navigation part of rally so that it can be done correctly. Or you can just do dual sport rides and follow track logs because that is what it will degrade to...