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Frequently Asked Questions

Check out our most frequently asked questions

If you need any additional information please contact us.
What do I need to bring?
  • Driver’s License
  • Riding gear
  • Lots of water
  • Your motorcycle (contact us if you don’t have a motorcycle)
  • A positive attitude
  • Helmet (DOT, Snell, CSA, BSA, or ECE)
  • Gloves (Leather, denim, or motorcycle specific)
  • Jacket (Leather, denim, or motorcycle specific)
  • Pants (Leather, denim, or motorcycle specific)
  • Boots (Leather, work, or motorcycle specific)

Additional stuff to keep in mind: Rain gear (course runs rain or shine), water, sunscreen, a change of clothes.

The course runs from 9:00am to 5:00pm. We break for lunch at noon for an hour; you will then have an opportunity to go and buy lunch at the restaurants in the area. If you wish to stay or cut your lunch early, you’re more than welcome to continue riding during the lunch hour. (One of us will remain on site while you practice.) It’s your day to practice and learn, use the time the way you like.

Our course runs rain or shine. At low speeds, your motorcycle performs just as good on wet roads as it does on dry roads (Let’s face it, one day or another; you’ll get caught in the rain. Better to practice your skills in the rain in a controlled environment).

If you cannot make the course, pending availability, we will work with you to schedule you on a different course date.

If you must cancel and you cannot re-schedule, you will be refunded your money (minus $75 admin fee). Any cancellation of a course must be made fourteen days before the course start date. If a cancellation is made with less than fourteen days notice, you will forfeit your cost of registration.

All participants must sign a waiver prior to the start of the course. (If you’re under the age of 18, a parent or legal guarding must also sign the waiver)
ABSOLUTELY! New riders are some of our best students. Being a new rider, you haven’t had the opportunity to develop bad habits that need to be corrected. You are a blank canvass, and will absorb our techniques a lot faster.
ABSOLUTELY! You can never have enough training, or train too much. Especially living in a country where we can enjoy our passion for only 6 months a year; a little training to brush up your skills is never a bad idea. The moment you decide that you’re finished learning is the moment that you’ve made a huge mistake.
If you rather have a private/semi-private course, please contact us. We can customize a course that will cater to you and meet your specific goals and needs.
Coming to your location is possible, depending on availability and the size of your parking lot. Please contact us for more details.
Whether you ride a large 900 lbs touring motorcycle, a super fast track ready sport bike, and/or everything you can imagine in between… The techniques taught at Motor Squad Riding School Inc. work on all makes, models and types of motorcycles.

It’s not what you ride. It’s how you ride!