Other Training

Motorcycle Maintenance

2 Hour Workshop

This workshop is designed to give you some basic knowledge about how to maintain your bike and some practical tips for punctures when on the road. This course covers:

  • Bike maintenance tips
  • Practical demonstration on how to repair a tubeless tyre
  • What you need to check and how often
  • Choosing the right riding gear
  • Q & A

This workshop is an interactive course is limited to 12 riders. 

It will cover practical tips & knowledge on how to keep your bike and gear in tip top condition.
Your own motorcycle is not required. 

Each participant will receive course notes and some motorcycle giveaways to take home.

Slow Speed Control Skills

3 Hour practical session

This course is designed to help you develop the correct techniques for slow speed riding in a carpark environment. 

This course covers:

  • Tight turns
  • 90 degree pullouts
  • U turns
  • Other useful manoeuvres
  • Correct set up of levers and pedals
  • Other useful tips and tricks 
  • Q & A

This practical course is conducted in a safe carpark environment, with a maximum of 6 riders. You will need your own bike for this course. Its also great if you recently changed bikes, so you can learn the techniques on your new bike.
No matter how long you have been riding, or what type of bike you have, everyone can learn better slow speed riding techniques.

Braking Training

3 Hour practical session

This practical course is designed to help you develop the correct techniques for quick and effective braking on your bike.  This course covers:

  • Understanding and practicing effective use of the Front brake
  • Understanding and practicing effective use of the Rear brake
  • 2 stage progressive braking technique
  • Brake and escape practice
  • Correct set up of levers and pedals
  • Other useful tips and tricks 
  • Q & A


This practical course is conducted in a safe car park environment, with a maximum of 6 riders. You will need your own bike for this course. It’s also great if you recently changed bikes, so you can learn the techniques on your new bike.
No matter how long you have been riding, or what type of bike you have, everyone can improve their braking techniques. These invaluable techniques can be the difference between staying upright or not once you are on the road.