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Motorcycle Training

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Our popular and highly rated motorcycle courses have helped hundreds of people over the years become better, safer riders.

All courses are offered at Fleming's Sutherland Campus through the Road Safety Association of Ontario. Please check the overview for your course for important safety and gear information.

What To Bring:

Riders must provide their own helmet, wear sturdy boots that cover the ankle, pants (jeans), jacket (leather, nylon or jean) and gloves.

Remember to pack rainwear as this course takes place in any weather.


Courses

Motorcycle Intro Course

As a result of successfully completing this course in only 19 hours of theory and basic/advanced manoeuvres, you will learn how to mount a motorcycle, start in the Ready position, locate the controls and start the motorcycle. You will also learn controlled braking, proper use of eyes, proper use of clutch, the flat wrist technique, proper riding position, and moving off as well as stopping.

Multiple dates available
Instructor:
  • Canada Safety Council

M2 Course

After successfully completing this course in only 19 hours of theory and basic/advanced manoeuvres, you will be eligible for the M2 Licence after completing your test at a DriveTest Centre within 6 months. You may also benefit from reduced insurance rates. Through this course you will understand cold starting, balancing & braking, including emergency braking, road riding, including, cornering, collision avoidance, emergency techniques and pattern riding, correct gear changing, signals & shoulder checks, clutch operations, control synchronization.

Multiple dates available
Instructor:
  • Canada Safety Council

M2 Exit Course

Our M2 Exit Course is recognized by the Ministry of Transportation in Ontario to issue permanent "M" licences. This means that you do not have to go to the DriveTest Centre for testing. Once you pass the M2 Exit Course, no further testing is required. However, you must go to the DriveTest Centre to update your licence within 6 months.

This course is designed for the experienced street rider who wants to make the most of their riding skills, gain a permanent licence, and learn safety management techniques.

You will learn defensive driving techniques and vehicle control, refresh your low speed skills, practice emergency measures, perform in traffic situations and ride using advanced riding procedures.

Multiple dates available
Instructor:
  • Canada Safety Council

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