Stay Upright is accredited in NSW by Transport for NSW to deliver the mandatory motorcycle licensing courses. To obtain your NSW motorbike licence with us, or explore our other courses, click below. We offer the licensing courses in Albury, Bathurst, Bomaderry, Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Cooma, Dubbo, Eastern Creek, Loftus, Moruya, Penrith, Queanbeyan, Rouse Hill and Wagga Wagga.

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How do I get my motorcycle licence?

Step One: Check your eligibility

To be eligible for our motorcycle training, you must:

  • Be an Australian citizen or a permanent resident of Australia, or a temporary overseas visitor (for more information on International Licences, contact Service NSW).
  • Have a NSW residential address.
  • Be at least 16 years and six months of age on the date of the Pre-Learner Course.
  • Have a current driver’s licence or TfNSW Customer number (obtained from Service NSW).
  • Be able to pass an eyesight test and be medically fit to complete the training and hold a rider licence.
  • Ensure your licence is not currently suspended or ineligible.
  • Have no outstanding fines with the State Debt Recovery Office.
  • Have no restrictions in force for improper conduct.

Step Two: Complete your NSW Pre-Learner Course.

You will need to complete a two-day Pre-Learner Course to gain your Learner’s Permit. The course takes place over two days, on the weekend or weekdays, and takes 3.5 hours each day.

Step Three: Complete the computer-based Driver Knowledge and Eyesight Tests at Service NSW

Make an appointment with Service NSW within three months, to complete your Driver Knowledge Test.  You can contact them on 13 77 88 or log into your app.  Don’t forget to take your course certificate.

Step Four: Practice your skills

You must hold your L’s for a minimum of three months and a maximum of 12 months, before you can apply for your Pre-Provisional Licence.

In the meantime, why not practice and hone your skills in Stay Upright’s courses that are perfect for your level of riding.

Step Five: Complete the Pre-Provisional Course and Skill Test (MOST)

When you are ready to move from L-plates to P-plates, you will need to sit the Pre-Provisional Course, ending with the Motorcycle Operator’s Skills Test (MOST). Aim to book your course at least 6 weeks before your 12 months on an L-plate are up to be safe and have a buffer in case you need to sit the MOST again.

Step Six: Head to your local ServiceNSW to get your P1 Licence.

Visit Service NSW with your Pre-Provisional certificate within 3 months of completing your course, along with your Learner Licence.  They will issue you a P1 Licence (Red P) which you will hold for 12 months.

Step Seven: Upgrade your P1 to a P2 or Unrestricted licence

After 12 months on your P1, you can head back to Service NSW to upgrade your licence to a P2 (Green P’s).  If you’re over 25 and hold an unrestricted NSW driving licence, you will upgrade to an Unrestricted Motorcycle Licence NSW.

Now’s the time to really hone your skills and enjoy riding your bike safely.  Stay Upright has lots of courses to keep you improving and growing your enjoyment on the bike.

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NSW Pre Learner Course - $107
NSW Pre-Provisional Licensing Course including skills test (MOST) - $224
NSW Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST) - $65
NSW Trike Pre-Learner Course - $107
Practice Session Including MOST - $258
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NSW PRE-LEARNER COURSE

You’re at the beginning of something really great.  The two-day Pre-Learner course is an NSW Government requirement to gain your Motorcycle Learner’s Permit.  We offer the accredited course at a choice of locations across NSW and a wide range of course dates, to suit you.

  • Stay Upright is accredited by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) as a provider of motorcycle training and testing for riders wishing to obtain their motorcycle pre-learner and provisional licences.
  • The course takes place over two half days, each of 3.5 hours.
  • Bike, helmet and gloves are provided.

Stay Upright is also accredited to deliver the Trike Specific Pre-Learner course at our Rouse Hill Rider Training Centre. To find out more and register your interest, please contact our friendly team on 1300 366 640.

Prerequisites: You must be at least 16 years and six months old at the time of the course. You must be 16 years and nine months when attending Service NSW to have your Learner Licence issued.

Locations:  Albury, Bathurst, Bomaderry, Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Cooma, Dubbo, Eastern Creek, Loftus, Moruya, Penrith, Queanbeyan, Rouse Hill, and Wagga Wagga.

Cost: $107

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NSW PRE-PROVISIONAL LICENSING COURSE INCLUDING SKILLS TEST (MOST)

You’re on your way to freedom town.  This is the next step on your journey from Learner to P-Plater.  We offer the full-day course, seven days a week, at a range of different locations across NSW.

  • Stay Upright is accredited by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) as a provider of motorcycle training and testing for riders wishing to obtain motorcycle learner and provisional licences.
  • Includes Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST).
  • Road Ride – Our course includes a guided road ride, an integral part of your training to prepare you for real-world riding scenarios.
  • Helmet and gloves can be provided.
  • Trike-Specific Course – If you’re interested in trikes, we also offer a Trike-specific Pre-Provisional course, including MOST. It’s a unique opportunity for those looking to ride trikes, and we ensure you’re well-equipped to handle them safely, This is available at our Rouse Hill location.
  • Bike hire is available (please choose your selection at the checkout).

Stay Upright is also accredited to deliver the Trike Specific Pre-Provisional course, including MOST, at our Rouse Hill Rider Training Centre. To find out more and register your interest, please contact our friendly team on 1300 366 640.

Prerequisites: You must have held your learner permit for at least three months and no longer than 12 months. We recommend you book your course at least 6 weeks before the end of the qualifying period.

Locations: Albury, Bathurst, Bomaderry, Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Cooma, Dubbo, Eastern Creek, Loftus, Moruya, Penrith, Queanbeyan, Rouse Hill, and Wagga Wagga.

Cost: $224

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NSW Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST)

If you need to convert your overseas licence, take an age or re-test or if TfNSW has advised you that you only need to the MOST skills test, this is for you.  Our TfNSW-accredited course is offered seven days a week, at a range of locations across NSW.

  • Transport for NSW (TfNSW) accredited course.
  • One-and-a-half hours.
  • Offered seven days a week in a range of locations.
  • Helmet and gloves can be provided.
  • Bike hire available.

Please note:

  • If you hold a NSW Motorcycle Learners Licence and have not already completed the Pre-Provisional Course, you must complete the full-day NSW Pre-Provisional Course, including MOST/Skills test.
  • You will be asked to present documentation of eligibility before being able to complete the test (i.e. Certificate of Completion for the Pre-Provisional Course, or other TfNSW authorisation documentation).
  • Trike-Specific Course – We also offer a Trike Specific course if you’re interested in trikes. It’s a unique opportunity for those looking to ride trikes, and we ensure you’re well-equipped to handle them safely; this is available at our Rouse Hill location.

Locations: Albury, Bathurst, Bomaderry, Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Cooma, Dubbo, Loftus, Moruya, Penrith, Rouse Hill, Wagga Wagga, and Queanbeyan

Cost: $65

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PRACTICE SESSION INCLUDING MOST

Practice makes perfect – it also makes for fun.  If you’re just taking the MOST, why not increase your chances of success and your confidence, with a two-hour practice session with an experienced instructor, prior to taking the MOST itself.

  • This session is suitable for those who need only to pass a MOST in order to convert an overseas Licence or other reasons as determined by Transport for NSW (TfNSW).  It does not replace the NSW Pre-Provisional Course, required by TfNSW.
  • If you are unsure of eligibility, please contact us.
  • Course fee includes bike hire, helmet and gloves.
  • Offered in a wide range of locations across NSW.

Please note:

  • If you hold an NSW Motorcycle Learners Licence, you must complete the full-day NSW Pre-Provisional Course including MOST/skills test.
  • You will be asked to present documentation of eligibility before being able to complete the test (i.e. Certificate of Completion for the Pre-Provisional Course, or other TfNSW authorisation documentation).

Locations: Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Rouse Hill, Eastern Creek and Penrith.

Cost: $258

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NSW TRIKE SPECIFIC PRE-LEARNER COURSE

You’re at the beginning of something great. The one-day Trike Pre-Learner course is a requirement set by the NSW Government to obtain your Motorcycle Learner’s Permit. We proudly offer this accredited course at Rouse Hill NSW and provide a wide range of course dates for your convenience.

  • Stay Upright is accredited by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) as a provider of Trike training and testing for riders wishing to obtain their Trike pre-learner and provisional licences.
  • The course takes place over one day, 7 hours.
  • Helmet and gloves are provided.
  • Trike hire is available.

Prerequisites: You must be at least 16 years and six months old at the time of the course. You must be 16 years and nine months when attending Service NSW to have your Learner Licence issued.

Locations:  Currently available in Rouse Hill.

Cost: $107

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NSW TRIKE PRE-PROVISIONAL LICENSING COURSE INCLUDING SKILLS TEST (MOST)

Ready to roll on three wheels?  Stay Upright’s specialized Trike Pre-Provisional course at Rouse Hill includes the Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST), ensuring you’re not just street-legal but street-smart too. Whether you’re eyeing the freedom of the open road or eager to transition from L’s to P’s, we’ve got you covered.  We offer the full-day course at our Rouse Hill location in NSW.

  • Stay Upright is accredited by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) as a provider of Trike training and testing for riders wishing to obtain their Trike pre-learner and provisional licences.
  • Includes Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST).
  • Road Ride – Our course includes a guided road ride, an integral part of your training to prepare you for real-world riding scenarios.
  • Helmet and gloves can be provided.
  • Trike hire is available (please choose your selection at the checkout).

Prerequisites: You must have held your learner permit for at least three months and no longer than 12 months. We recommend you book your course at least 6 weeks before the end of the qualifying period.

Locations:  Rouse Hill.

Cost: $224

Bike Hire

We’ve got your back – and your bike.  We offer a range of easy-to-ride bikes available for hire for a number of our courses.  You can book to hire them when you book your test – or any time up to the start of the course (subject to availability).   Please note that the cost of the bike does not include the course fee.

Bike Hire (only) for Pre-Provisional Course and Test (NSW) – $180
Bike Hire only for MOST Skills test – $80
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Practice session for L-Platers - $199
Private Lessons - $229
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PRACTICE SESSION FOR L-PLATERS

Our popular Practice Sessions prepare L-Platers for their Pre-Provisional Training and MOST/Skills Test.  Led by our experienced instructors, the course is designed to improve your physical and mental skills.  It will also help you resolve any issues you may be experiencing, making your transition to P’s, much easier.

Two-hour session, with a maximum of six participants.
Bike hire is included, but you’re welcome to bring your own.

Prerequisites: You must have your Learner’s Permit.

Locations:  Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Penrith and Rouse Hill

Cost: $199

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PRIVATE LESSONS

There’s nothing better than some good old one-to-one tuition to build your confidence and enhance your skills – especially when it’s provided by one of Stay Upright’s experienced instructors.

  • One-hour coaching sessions tailored to suit your needs.
  • Takes place on the range.
  • Bike hire is included, but you’re welcome to bring your own.
  • Suitable for practice whilst waiting to take your Pre-Provisional Course.

Locations: Botany, Campbelltown, Clyde, Penrith, Rouse Hill and Queanbeyan

Cost: $229

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Adventure Courses

Adventure Course - $350
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ADVENTURE COURSE

Get some fresh air on our Adventure Course. No matter what skill level, we’ll give you the skills to fly! In a full, fun-packed day course, you’ll learn how to handle the things you might come across in an adventure ride; how to ride in dirt, how to ascend and descend, how to pick up a dropped bike (and how to pick bugs out of your teeth….)  You’ll also learn how to ride a big bike, off road and lots of off-road techniques that will help you to go further, easier.

  • You can bring your own adventure bike or hire one of our Honda CRF230. Oh yeah!
  • Spread the cost of the course in interest-free payments through Afterpay™.

Prerequisites:  A motorcycle licence – learners and above. If on a restricted licence, the rider must have a LAMS approved bike. Adventure bike gear recommended.

Location:  Appin

Cost: $350

Roadsmart Courses

You can never be too good at riding a bike – especially when it comes to the road.   Our Roadsmart Series provides road smart training for all levels of rider.

SU Roadsmart One - From $229
SU Roadsmart Two - From $429 for a weekday
SU Roadsmart Three - From $429 for a weekday
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SU ROADSMART ONE

Roadsmart One is designed for L-platers, P-platers and anyone who would like to build their confidence on the road.  In a half-day (four hours), you’ll expand your physical and mental skills to ensure you can handle anything the road can throw at you.  You’ll perfect techniques like cornering and braking and enhance your roadcraft, allowing you to stay safe whilst enjoying your ride.

  • Takes place on the track but is road-focused, keeping you safe whilst you work on your skills.
  • This course is recognised by many insurers to achieve a discount.
  • Spread the cost of the course in interest-free payments through Afterpay™.
  • It is important to emphasize that you must have your own motorcycle to attend.

Prerequisites:  Learner’s Permit or above. You must hold the appropriate licence for the bike in which you will be riding.

Location: Sydney Dragway at Eastern Creek

Cost: from $229

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SU ROADSMART TWO

Roadsmart Two is our most popular course.  It’s designed for those who want to perfect their riding skills and ensure their safety on the road.  The full-day course blends roadcraft with physical skills.  In it, you’ll master cornering, braking and bike control.  You’ll perfect your posture and vision abilities.  You’ll also have plenty of riding time and our Follow Sessions will give you detailed feedback on your riding technique – and show you how it can be improved.

  • Takes place on the track but is road-focused, keeping you safe whilst you work on your skills.
  • This course is recognised by many insurers to achieve a premium discount.
  • Spread the cost of the course in interest-free payments through Afterpay™.
  • It is important to emphasize that you must have your own motorcycle to attend.

Prerequisites:  Learners Permit or above. You must hold the appropriate licence for the bike in which you will be riding.

Location:  Marulan

Cost: from $429 for a weekday

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SU ROADSMART THREE

Roadsmart Three is for confident road riders, sports riders and / or those who have previously completed Roadsmart Two.  In a full and action-packed day, you’ll finesse your cornering, bust some braking myths and work on your ability to harness your bike’s braking system.   We also share the best lines to use, introduce you to track lines and show you how to reduce your risks. You’ll also have plenty of riding time and our Follow Sessions will give you detailed feedback on your riding technique – and show you how it can be improved.

  • Takes place on the track but is road-focused, keeping you safe whilst you work on your skills.
  • Spread the cost of the course in interest-free payments through Afterpay™.
  • It is important to emphasize that you must have your own motorcycle to attend.

Prerequisites:  L Plates or above. You must hold the appropriate licence for the bike in which you will be riding.

Location:  Marulan.

Cost:  from $429 for a weekday

Workplace Training

At Stay Upright, we believe that safety should be your number one concern on the farm or at your workplace.

Stay Upright can provide accredited workplace training courses, tailored to your needs, at your location or ours. To make safer riding skills more accessible to side-by-side users across Australia, we've also introduced a self-paced online training course which is ideal for anyone who uses a side by side vehicle at their workplace or on their farm.

You can find more information about both our in-person and online courses at the links below. If you have additional questions, or would like more information on what the courses entail, please contact our team on 1300 366 640.

Tap here for information on our face to face Workplace Training Courses for Side-By-Sides, Quads and two-wheelers.
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Who we Train

  • Australia Post
  • Parks Victoria
  • DELWP - Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning
  • Australian Antarctic Division
  • Central Highlands Water
  • Western Plains Park
  • Fire & Rescue NSW
  • TAFE NSW
  • CSIRO
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Online Side-By-Side Training Course

In conjunction with the team at Polaris, Stay Upright has developed an online training course for operators of Side-By- Side vehicles. This course is perfect for:
  • Beginners looking for an overview of the safe operation of SBS vehicles
  • Experienced operators who have completed the face to face module (AHCMOM216 – Operate Side by Side Utility Vehicles) and are looking for a refresher course
  • Organisations looking to meet their duty of care to employees by providing ongoing training
The course covers:
  • Risk management
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Pre-ride SBS Utility check
  • Choosing the right vehicle for the right job
  • Environmental considerations
  • OHS/WHS
  • Loads and towing
  • Loading/unloading
  • Basic safety driving tips
Duration: Designed to be completed in approximately 30 minutes. Complete it when it suits you! You will automatically be emailed a link after you purchase the course, to complete in your own time.

Cost: $99 per person

WORKPLACE TRAINING

We began providing Australian Workplace Training in 1990 – and if we do say so ourselves, we’re very good at it.  Our registered courses have achieved the Australia Qualifications Framework at the highest possible level. We work closely with everyone from Government agencies to Agricultural and food delivery businesses, to train staff and significantly reduce the risk of accidents, for two-wheel, Quad and side-by-side vehicles.

We train and assess to National units of competency including:

  • AHCMOM201 – Operate 2-Wheel Motorbikes
  • AHCMOM216 – Operate Side by Side Utility Vehicles
  • AHCMOM217 – Operate Quad Bikes / ATVs

For more information or to book a course for your organisation, contact our professional team at atv@stayupright.com.au.

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How do I get my motorcycle licence?

Step One: Check your eligibility

To be eligible for our motorcycle training, you must:

  • Be an Australian citizen or a permanent resident of Australia, or a temporary overseas visitor (for more information on International Licences, contact Service NSW).
  • Have a NSW residential address.
  • Be at least 16 years and six months of age on the date of the Pre-Learner Course.
  • Have a current driver’s licence or TfNSW Customer number (obtained from Service NSW).
  • Be able to pass an eyesight test and be medically fit to complete the training and hold a rider licence.
  • Ensure your licence is not currently suspended or ineligible.
  • Have no outstanding fines with the State Debt Recovery Office.
  • Have no restrictions in force for improper conduct.

Step Two: Complete your NSW Pre-Learner Course.

You will need to complete a two-day Pre-Learner Course to gain your Learner’s Permit. The course takes place over two days, on the weekend or weekdays, and takes 3.5 hours each day.

Step Three: Complete the computer-based Driver Knowledge and Eyesight Tests at Service NSW

Make an appointment with Service NSW within three months, to complete your Driver Knowledge Test.  You can contact them on 13 77 88 or log into your app.  Don’t forget to take your course certificate.

Step Four: Practice your skills

You must hold your L’s for a minimum of three months and a maximum of 12 months, before you can apply for your Pre-Provisional Licence.

In the meantime, why not practice and hone your skills in Stay Upright’s courses that are perfect for your level of riding.

Step Five: Complete the Pre-Provisional Course and Skill Test (MOST)

When you are ready to move from L-plates to P-plates, you will need to sit the Pre-Provisional Course, ending with the Motorcycle Operator’s Skills Test (MOST). Aim to book your course at least 6 weeks before your 12 months on an L-plate are up to be safe and have a buffer in case you need to sit the MOST again.

Step Six: Head to your local ServiceNSW to get your P1 Licence.

Visit Service NSW with your Pre-Provisional certificate within 3 months of completing your course, along with your Learner Licence.  They will issue you a P1 Licence (Red P) which you will hold for 12 months.

Step Seven: Upgrade your P1 to a P2 or Unrestricted licence

After 12 months on your P1, you can head back to Service NSW to upgrade your licence to a P2 (Green P’s).  If you’re over 25 and hold an unrestricted NSW driving licence, you will upgrade to an Unrestricted Motorcycle Licence NSW.

Now’s the time to really hone your skills and enjoy riding your bike safely.  Stay Upright has lots of courses to keep you improving and growing your enjoyment on the bike.

NSW FAQ’s

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Do you have any training courses available?

Yes. We have several expert practice and training courses available, including:

  • Practice Session including MOST
  • Practice session for L-Platers
  • Range to Road for Pre-Learners
  • Private lessons
  • Returning Rider Course
  • Adventure Courses
  • SU Roadsmart One/Two/Three

What will they ask me to do for my motorcycle licence NSW practice test?

During your Pre-Learner course, you’ll be taught how to use a bike practically in a controlled off-road area, finishing with a test to see if you pass and move on to the next stage. This course totals seven hours over two days.

The next step is a computer-based skills test at Service NSW, concluding with receiving your L-Plates upon a passing grade.

Will you assist me in applying for my motorcycle knowledge test in NSW?

Of course! If you need help finding out how you can get your motorbike licence, which courses to take for a refresher or practice, or anything else, please feel free to contact us to talk to someone who can guide you through the whole process.

Can I have a motorbike licence in NSW but not a car licence in NSW?

Yes. You don’t need a driver’s licence to qualify for a motorbike licence in NSW. You can use a TfNSW Customer Number from Service NSW instead. 

How long will it be between getting my learner’s permit to getting my motorbike licence in NSW?

Once you receive your learner’s permit, you only need to have it for a minimum of three months to be eligible for a Pre-Provisional Licence Course.

What are the requirements for getting a motorbike licence in NSW?

To get your motorcycle licence, you’ll need to complete your NSW Pre-Learner course

— a two-day motorcycle licence NSW practice test. Then you’ll need to make an appointment with Service NSW to complete your computer-based Driver Knowledge and Eyesight Tests.

To become a P-Plater, you’ll need to have had your L-Plates for a minimum of three months (no later than the 12-month qualifying period) and then apply for an NSW Pre-Provisional License Course Including Skills Test (MOST).

To convert your overseas licence to be eligible for NSW roads, then you can apply for the Pre-provisional MOST/Skills Test Only.

How can I get my motorbike licence in NSW?

To get a P1 motorcycle licence in NSW, you need to complete five important steps with Stay Upright:

  1. Make sure you’re eligible
    You’ll need to be an Australian citizen, permanent resident or a temporary overseas visitor — with a residential address. If you’re at least 16 years and six months old, have a current driver’s license of TfNSW Customer number, have no outstanding fines with the State Debt Recovery Office, no restrictions for improper conduct, are medically fit and can pass an eyesight test, then you can move on the next step.
  2. Complete the NSW Pre-Learner Course
    Contact us to enrol in a location near you. Take the two-day course (3.5 hours each day) and pass the NSW motorcycle practice test to be eligible for the next stage.
  3. Take the Driver Knowledge and Eyesight Tests
    Apply for these tests with Service NSW within three months of completing your Pre-Learner Course. You will receive a course certificate.
  4. Practice makes perfect
    After a minimum of three months, you’ll be eligible to apply for your Pre-Provisional Licence.
  5. Pre-Provisional Licence
    Once you pass the Pre-Provisional Course and Skill Test (MOST), you’ll receive your course certificate. Book an appointment and take this to your nearest Service NSW to get your P1 licence.

What do I have to wear?

You must wear long sleeves, long pants and sturdy footwear (no steel caps) for every course.  We provide helmet, gloves and bike on the Pre-Learner’s Course.  For those on the Pre-Provisional course, bike hire (including gloves and a helmet) is available.

What happens if I am late?

If you don’t arrive on time, you will miss the safety briefing and won’t be able to start the course requiring you to rebook (and pay) again.  If you are late on the second day, you will need to redo the course (and pay) again.

What happens if it rains?

Whatever the weather, our courses will go ahead.

What happens if I can’t make my course or I need to change my date?

Please contact us, at least seven days ahead of your course, to discuss your options.

If you’re sick on the day, please get a doctor’s certificate from your GP and let us know as soon as you can.

Full terms and conditions are provided at the time of booking and attached to your booking confirmation.

I’m new to riding a motorbike – will the Pre-Learner course teach me how?

The Pre-Learner course is designed for those with no motorcycle experience.  If you can ride a bicycle, that’s a great start – ideally you need a sense of balance and coordination.  However, since it’s a competencies-based course, there is no guarantee that you’ll pass.  There is limited free remedial training available but if you think you’ll need a little extra help, book one of our popular private lessons, to boost your confidence.

Do I need to pre-fill the questionnaire? Do I need to print it out too?

No.  You do not need to complete the questionnaire before attending the course. Your instructor will explain the purpose of the questionnaire

Give me a break! And what about lunch?

Yes, courses include scheduled breaks, but our trainers are better on the training ranges than they are in the kitchen, so you will need to bring your own lunch and refreshments.

What does LAMS mean?

LAMS is short for ‘Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme’ – and are bikes that have been approved for Learner riders.  A LAMS bike has an engine capacity of between 251 and 660cc, with a power output of less than 150kw per tonne.  Transport for NSW offers an up-to-date list of approved LAMS.

Can I convert my overseas licence?

Some overseas motorcycle licences are recognised in Australia and can be converted to an Australian Motorcycle Licence. As each country is different, please contact Service NSW to confirm the steps you need to take to have your overseas licence converted.