Motorcycle Training

Driving a motorcycle at sunrise
Teaching motorcycle training since 1983

Three decades of Training experience.

Our Motorcycle Programs have trained over 7,000 students in developing their riding skills and to learn how enjoy, operate and safely ride motorcycles.

Using the Canada Safety Council’s (CSC) “Gearing Up” Curriculum, Niagara College has conducted our “Basic Rider” training course since 1983. Our motorcycle training programs combine highly-experienced and qualified instructors with top-notch training resources and, a modern fleet of motorcycles comprised of sizes and styles for each rider, to deliver solid safety practices and riding skills to riders of all ages.  New for Spring 2017, are some additional training packages to assist in meeting the needs of you, as a RIDER!

It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been riding, we’ll help you sharpen yours skills, knowledge and enhance your riding experience.


We teach road confidence.

Great course! Fantastic instructors! Arrived very nervous and intimidated. The way they introduce the bike and then the application made me feel very comfortable and confident. I will definitely be registering for the full course!A. Bergman, Introduction to Motorcycling student

“This course went way beyond my expectations. The staff were tremendous. They took me from novice to safely being able to ride a bike. I learned invaluable lessons that I will use very time I ride. Thank you!”

I. MacDougall – Basic Rider student

“Great training and very helpful for safety reminders and better riding habits. Instructors very upbeat, freindly and make you feel comfortable. Glad I took the course and will let others know about it.”K. Racey – M2 Exit student

REGISTER NOW FOR MOTORCYCLE TRAINING

Motorcycle riders

For 2017 registered or completed Rider Training Students:

Get 15% off regular priced riding gear at Clare’s Cycle and Sports

Niagara College gratefully acknowledges the following dealers for their continued loyal support of our Motorcycle Training Programs: