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Yes – From October 1, 2016 to get your class RE Learner Licence you need to successfully complete ht e 2 Day Q-Ride Pre-Learner Training and Assessment course. This requirement is for everyone regardless of your experience.

All students attending the Pr-Learner course must use our bikes.

For students attending an RE course, you may bring your own bike however it must be LAMS Approved, registered and roadworthy.

For students attending an R course, you may bring your own bike however it must be registered, road worthy and be above 650cc

Private lessons are one on one with one of our qualified experienced trainers. These lessons can be used to build skills and confidence in preparation for your next licence course.

Some licenced riders may also wish to book a private lesson if they haven’t rode for some time just to ensure that they are up to date with road safety laws and or just build their confidence back up.

Don’t let the name fool you! You don’t need to be an advanced rider to participate. Whether you just got your first bike, have had a licence for years, or maybe took a few years off and you’re ready to get back on the iron horse again, our two levels are perfect for any rider that wants to be an expert on a bike!

Learner Licence Requirements (RE L)

  • Must only ride a learner approved motorcycle
  • Must be supervised by an appropriately licenced rider
  • Must display a L-Plate clearly visible from 20m to the rear of the motorcycle
  • Must not carry a pillion passenger
  • Must have zero blood alcohol concentration
  • Must wear an approved helmet
  • Must not lane or edge filter
  • Must carry their licence (driver licence receipt if waiting for the licence in the mail)

 

Restricted Licence (RE)

  • Must only ride a learner approved motorcycle
  • Must not carry a pillion passenger for the first year
  • Must have zero blood alcohol concentration for the first year (at all times if a provisional rider)
  • Must wear an approved helmet
  • May only lane or edge filter if an open licence holder

 

Provisional riders must:

  • Have zero blood alcohol concentration
  • Display a P-Plate clearly visible from 20m to the rear of the motorcycle
  • Carry their licence (driver licence receipt if waiting for the licence in the mail)