CSTT Motorcycle Training

Experience, Skill, Confidence, & Courtesy

Victoria BC, Sidney, Langford

We individualize student feedback, ensuring that each student understands the material and gains the skills necessary to become a successful rider!

Courses are now finished for 2018. Please watch for 2019 dates.

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WHY US

Small Class Size

Our students learn more and learn faster with our small class sizes!
- Better Results
- Learning is Enhanced
- Class Becomes A Community
- More Feedback

New Motorcycles

At CSTT, our riding students are provided with a new fleet of motorcycles (Yamaha R3 & Kawasaki Ninja 300). Half are equipped with anti-lock brakes. Get to experience the difference in both!

Instant Video Feedback

Each student will be provided with instant one-on-one video feedback on their riding by their instructor. You and your instructor will be able to catch anything that needs improvement together and you will quickly move towards mastering your riding skills!

Meet The Instructor

Ron Gosselin has over 40 years of riding experience on a range of motorcycles including motocross/trail, sport, touring, street, trial, and three-wheel motorcycles.

He is a retired RCMP officer that has his ICBC Motorcycle Instructor certification that was attained through the Justice Institute of British Columbia in 2015.

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CSTT Motorcycle Training

Learn to Ride Novice Course

Cost: $495.00 + GST

Summer registrations available.

Lessons:

Take place on two consecutive weekends. The Classroom sessions take place at CSTT office. The Practical Training Skills sessions take place on a closed circuit.

3 Classroom Theory sessions (3.5 hrs each)

3 Practical Skills Training sessions (3.5 hrs each)

Note:

All course candidates must attend the pre-course Intro Session (6:30-9:00 PM) on the Thursday evening prior to the first weekend session of the scheduled course.

Supplied:

New fleet of motorcycles (Yamaha R3 & Kawasaki Ninja 300). Half are equipped with anti-lock brakes. Get to experience the difference in both!

Requirements:

Course candidates must have the following prior to the first session.

License

Class 5 with the ICBC Motorcycle knowledge test completed (Class 6L), or If you are in the L or N stage of graduated licensing with the ICBC Motorcycle knowledge test completed (Class 8L).

Consent

If under the age of 19

Clothing

Your own adequate riding gear including helmet, jacket, sturdy footwear, pants, and gloves (no flip-flops or shorts).

Food

Bring water and snacks (lunch on full days)

Extras:

  • Course participants are welcome to book one of our motorcycles (no charge) to use for their ICBC Motorcycle Skills Assessment (MSA) Test.

  • Course participants are welcome to book one of our motorcycles (no charge) to use for their ICBC Motorcycle Road Test.

CSTT Motorcycle Training

Learn to Ride Novice & Traffic Skills Course

Cost: $795.00 + GST

Summer registrations available.

Lessons:

Take place on three consecutive weekends. The Classroom sessions take place at CSTT office. The Practical Training Skills sessions take place on a closed circuit. The Traffic Skills sessions take place on the roads in the greater Victoria area.

3 Classroom Theory sessions (3.5 hrs each)

3 Practical Skills Training sessions (3.5 hrs each)

2 Full days of Traffic Skills sessions (8 hrs each)

Note:

All course candidates must attend the pre-course Intro Session (6:30-9:00 PM) on the Thursday evening prior to the first weekend session of the scheduled course.

Supplied:

New fleet of motorcycles (Yamaha R3 & Kawasaki Ninja 300). Half are equipped with anti-lock brakes. Get to experience the difference in both!

Requirements:

Course candidates must have the following prior to the first session.

License

Class 5 with the ICBC Motorcycle knowledge test completed (Class 6L), or If you are in the L or N stage of graduated licensing with the ICBC Motorcycle knowledge test completed (Class 8L).

Consent

If under the age of 19

Clothing

Your own adequate riding gear including helmet, jacket, sturdy footwear, pants, and gloves (no flip-flops or shorts).

Food

Bring water and snacks (lunch on full days)

Extras:

  • Course participants are welcome to book one of our motorcycles (no charge) to use for their ICBC Motorcycle Skills Assessment (MSA) Test.

  • Course participants are welcome to book one of our motorcycles (no charge) to use for their ICBC Motorcycle Road Test.

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