We recommend superior equipment as you evolve as a rider. Still, to begin with, gloves with
leather palms that cover the wrists, sturdy boots covering the ankle bone, denim or better
pants that cover the ankle, a sturdy jacket that zips and a certified DOT or better helmet are
all you need. They often can crossover from other sports or workwear you already have
A helmet is provided for training if you do not have one and rain gear is recommended.
Check your forecast for the dates you pick!
Riding a motorcycle is about balance and steering. A certain amount of strength is needed,
but with proper skill and technique, much of the weight and clumsiness of moving a 300lb+
machine around is eased. Riders shorter than 4'10 may find it a challenge if lacking only
little upper body strength. Please call me; we can chat and find you a bike.
Yes! If you follow the process and instructions, you will encounter all you need to know what
to expect from your road test. After the practical training, I always suggest a review of ICBC
Examiners' tips at the back of the learn to ride smart book is recommended.
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and knowledge to ride safely and responsibly.
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riding abilities long after they complete our courses.
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