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Training Motorcycles are Provided

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Never been on a motorcycle? Wondering if it’s right for you? This three hour Canada Safety Council approved course introduces you to the basics of riding a motorcycle. All three hours are spent on our bikes, allowing you to gain an understanding of the basics of riding, and dispel any concerns about operating a motorcycle. No M1 licence required.

NOTE - There is no licence provided at completion.

THIS IS NOT SUITABLE AS A REFRESHER COURSE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE RIDDEN BEFORE.

What to bring:

  • Must be 16 years of age or older. Student under 18 must have parent/guardian sign release waiver (see the waiver of claim form for the College where you intend to take the course).
  • Must provide own helmet, wear sturdy boots that cover the ankle, pants (jeans), jacket (leather, nylon or jean) and gloves.
  • Pack rainwear - this course goes, rain or shine!


The topics covered will include:

As a result of successfully completing this course in only 19 hours of theory and basic/advanced manoeuvres, you:

  • Mounting a Motorcycle
  • The Ready Position
  • Controlled Braking
  • Proper Use of Eyes
  • Locating the Controls
  • Starting the Motorcycle
  • Proper Use of the Clutch
  • The Flat Wrist Technique
  • Proper Riding Position
  • Move Off and Stop
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The course will be taught by accredited and experienced Canada Safety Council Instructors and will allow students to gain an understanding of the basics of riding and should help to dispel any concerns that they may have about operating a motorcycle.

The classes will never exceed 10 students and at least 2 instructors will be present at all times.

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