Motorcycle learner courses are designed to give riders the skills and knowledge they need to operate a motorcycle safely. Course levels vary from introductory licensing courses to more advanced rider courses. No matter your skill level or experience, there’s a motorcycle learner course for you. Reach out to us, and we’ll help you find the best option for you.
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Ready to take your riding to the next level? Whether a new rider or an experienced pro, our motorcycle courses are designed to help you improve your skills and enjoy the open road. Our motorcycle learner course is the perfect way to get started, and our advanced rider course is perfect for riders who want to take their skills to the next level. Book a course today and see how StayUpright can help you ride like a pro!
The length of time you can be a learner on a motorcycle will depend on the type of motorcycle course you take. A motorcycle learner course typically lasts around six hours, while a motorbike course lasts up to twelve hours. An advanced rider course can last for up to twenty hours.
If you want to drive a motorcycle on the road, you must have a motorcycle licence. You can’t drive a motorcycle with a learner’s licence.
An advanced rider is a motorcycle rider who has completed an advanced rider training course. This course is typically more intensive than a standard motorcycle learner course, covering topics such as cornering, braking, and obstacle avoidance.
You must complete an advanced rider course and training to become an advanced motorcycle rider. StayUpright’s advanced rider course will teach you how to handle your bike in different road and traffic conditions and perform advanced manoeuvres like lane splitting and cornering. You will also need to complete advanced rider training. This training will allow you to practise your skills in a controlled environment. Once you have completed the course and training, you can apply for an advanced motorcycle licence.