If you would like to stop by and check our location out, please email to set up a time. We do not run office hours. By appointment only. 

For all other inquires please use the contact form below.

The most common question we get asked is "Can I register without a motorcycle license? Short answer is no. We can only train people with a learners license so you'll lose your spot and your money.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I book my motorcycle course before I get my motorcycle license?

No. We can’t train you without it. If you fail your motorcycle license test we probably can’t replace your spot. So that means you’ll take up two spots. Please only register when you have your motorcycle learners license.

My license expired! Can I retake the MSA/MST test?

Yes. As long as you took the full learn to ride course with us. We can retest you. Sign up here; https://1stgearmotorcycleschool.ca/msa-retest/

Is there space available? How about a wait list?

Check each location and choose a date. You will see how much space is left. We do not keep waitlists but if you email us on the day a course starts we can let you know if there is space. 

Can I take the course on Sundays only? Custom schedule? 

No. This would mean taking up a space in two courses. Your best option is private lessons. 

What happens if it rains?

We run the course in all weather conditions except snow. Can’t ride motorcycles on snow and ice.

I am getting an internal service error/cache problem when registering. What now?

Flush your internet cache. If that does not work. Send us and email or give us a call.

Should I get the dedicated rider or safety rider?

If you already own a motorcycle. Safety Rider.

If you do not want to buy a motorcycle right away. Dedicated Rider.

Am I too small or too big to ride motorcycles?

We have trained riders who are less than five feet tall (150cm) and we have trained riders who are seven feet tall (200cm). We have all types of bikes to fit all types of sizes. However, if you are shorter. You should be able to ride a bicycle really well. This helps a lot.