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What should I wear?

You must wear long sleeves, long pants and sturdy footwear (no steel caps) for every course.  Helmet and gloves will be provided – or bring your own.

What happens if I am late?

If you don’t arrive on time, you won’t be able to start the course and will need to book (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, to discuss your options.

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 Learner’s course teach me how?

The Learner’s 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, if you’re not sure that riding is for you, or want to start one-to-one with our instructor we suggest taking our Head Start Course first.

Give me a break!  And what about lunch?

Yes, courses include scheduled breaks, but our trainers are better on the track 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 Learners.  A LAMS bike has an engine capacity of between 251 and 660cc, with a power output of less than 150kw per tonne. You can find a list of current approved motorcycles below.