The Gearing Up Program is the ONLY nationally recognized motorcycle training program in the province.
Our instructors are highly experienced riders and qualified trainers in motorcycle safety, and are all graduates of the National Gearing Up Motorcycle Course and Canada Safety Council’s training for instructors.
Our Course is an enhanced course which has the following features:
- Focus on safety and survival techniques in today’s traffic environments and riding conditions
- 18-21 hours of instruction of which 15% is in classroom. The remainder of time is based on interactive lessons, on-bike practice & demos.
- Large self contained training areas which are set up to simulate an urban environment with street layouts, traffic signs and lanes, crosswalks and contoured surfaces.
- SafetyNL provides a large selection of up to date well maintained motorcycles suited to every students needs.
- Well-paced instruction/demo format which enhances the learning environment. Plenty of space and time on the bike for practice exercises and skills improvement.
- For those who do not successfully complete the course the first time, two hours can be made available for additional practice, at no additional charge. Private lessons “one on one” with an instructor is also available at a rate of $ 60.00 (no tax) per hour. When you feel you are prepared to repeat your final course evaluation simply contact the office and have it scheduled for the next available evaluation date.
- When students have obtained a learner’s permit, and need “on street” practice towards their motorcycle rider Class 6 licence upgrade, private lessons are available with an instructor at a cost of $ 60.00 (no tax) per hour using SafetyNL bikes.
Schedule your 2019 Class today! Classes for 2019 are now available online via the “I’m Ready to Learn” link below.
Click Here: Ladies Only Course is back –
July 4th to 7th.
What you will need for the course:
- Helmet that is not more than five years old. It can be full face, ¾ or “shorty” and must be DOT, BSI or SNELL approved.
- Leather boots which provide ankle coverage with flat soles and low rise heels.
- Leather or other textile full fingered motorcycle gloves.
- Motorcycle jacket (leather or textile) with armour in elbows, shoulder, and back.
- Eye protection (helmet visor, sunglasses, or safety glasses).
- Jeans, protective leather, or textile riding pants
- Rain gear is recommended