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Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

What is the difference between the Safety Ride and Dedicated Rider Course?

The Safety Rider course comes with the Online Classroom, In person classroom, Training Lot, MST Test, One road ride, and a road test booking with ICBC.
The Dedicated Rider course comes with the Online Classroom, In person classroom, Training Lot, MST Test, Three road rides, a road test booking with ICBC, and a motorcycle rental for the road test.

How long does it take to get my full license?

The average student takes 6-12 weeks to get their full license. The more you ride the quicker it happens.

What motorcycle gear do we need for the course?

Helmet (you provide or we provide). We recommend the student buys their own helmet as shared helmets are not hygenic no matter how much disinfectant spray we apply to them.
Gloves (you provide). Something thicker and not thin. Medical gloves or nylon gloves would not be appropriate.
Armored jacket (we provide)
Pants (you provide). Please wear jeans or similar tougher fabric. Thin fabric such as tights, thin sweatpants, ripped jeans and definitely no shorts.
Ankle covering shoes (you provide). As long as your ankles are covered with a thicker fabric of a shoe you are good to go. Ankles are delicate and they need protection. Low rise shoes exposing your ankle will not be accepted.
All skin must be covered when you ride our motorcycles no matter how warm it gets. If it is raining, we will provide rain gear for you.

Does class get canceled if it’s raining?

No. We only reschedule classes if the temperature falls below 5 degrees with wind, rain and/or snow. Learning to ride in the rain (when it is warmer) makes you a better rider!

Who is teaching this course? Who are my instructors?

All of our instructors are ICBC certified instructors with years of riding experience on the street, dirt and track. Some of our instructors are more street riders, some of our instructors ride in the dirt more. We have a wide range of instructors to cover your interests. Once you know what kind of motorcycling you would like to do, we can pair you up with the right instructor.

What are our Office Hours?

Generally 9am to 5pm for phone calls. We do not have a physical office for visits. If you would like to visit us please come by on the weekend between 10am and 4pm. You can always text message and email us anytime and we will get back to you the same day or in the morning, the next day.

Do I need a motorcycle learner’s license to take a motorcycle course?

Yes. We cannot teach you without it. We are an ICBC accredited school and this is a requirement we cannot waive.

How do I get my motorcycle learner’s license?

Set up an appointment with ICBC to take the Motorcycle Knowledge Test. It is a 40 question test in which you need to get 32 questions correct.

What do I do if I don’t have a bike for the course? Can I use one of yours?

We provide motorcycles. Sport, cruiser, dirt, adventure and mini. Ride them all! We do not allow your personal motorcycle in the course as another student may damage it and you will have no insurance coverage for this.

Can I take a shorter course? Just the MST test? I already know how to ride. I do not need the full course.

No. ICBC requires 18 hours of training before we can test you. We must prove to ICBC that you have taken our full learn to ride course. Consider taking our MST prep course. 

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;

Is there space available? How about a wait list?

Check each location and choose a date. If you see the date, you can register for it. Don’t see the date you want? Class is full. For any last minute signups, please call. 778 714 4327

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.

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.