If you haven’t heard it already, you will:
“You’re not a real pilot until you‘ve flown a taildragger.”
While that statement might not be an absolute, almost nobody disputes this statement:
“If you learn to fly a taildragger, you will be a better stick and rudder pilot.”
The reason is, it simply takes a lot more stick and rudder skills to takeoff and land an aircraft with a tailwheel than it does a tricycle geared aircraft. Just go for an orientation flight in one, and you will instantly understand.
We do a lot of Private Pilot training in our Citabrias (taildraggers), and we find that the resulting pilot is a really good one, with the capability to handle crosswinds and almost any maneuver with ease. We can help you develop your piloting skills by helping you master the tailwheel aircraft.