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Motorcycle Safety and Maintenance Training

Ongoing

Available: Continuing Education Classroom

Program Description

Learn how to operate a motorcycle, improve your existing riding skills, and/or learn how to perform maintenance and minor repairs to your motorcycle. SAIT is a certified Alberta Transportation training provider and offers the largest unobstructed training area in the province at the Art Smith Aero Centre.

For those who are new to riding a motorcycle, SAIT provides the opportunity to ride in a safe and controlled environment before venturing out on the road. Our partnership with Blackfoot Motosports and Dalton Timmis Insurance provides access to a number of different motorcycle models and sizes, giving each rider a customized learning experience.

For those with riding experience who are looking to improve existing skills, SAIT provides an opportunity to practice advanced long distance riding skills through a day-long road trip course. SAIT also offers motorcycle maintenance training that is geared towards experienced motorcycle owner/operators who are familiar with their motorcycle.

COURSE NAMECOURSE CODEOFFERED
Motorcycle Maintenance MOTR-118 Classroom
Motorcycle Operation and Safety Training MOTR-139 Classroom
Motorcycle Class 6 Road Test Preparation
MOTR-134 Classroom
Motorcycle Operation and Safety Training Refresher MOTR-141 Classroom
Advanced Long Distance Riding MOTR-142 Classroom
Women's Motorcycle Operation and Safety Training MOTR-143 Classroom

View the Motorcycle Safety and Maintenance Training frequently asked questions.

Contact

For additional information, please contact:

School of Transportation
403.284.8471
transportation.info@sait.ca

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