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17th November 2014, 03:47 PM
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Re: Motorcycle Training Courses Kelowna

V-Twin Motorcycle Rider offers training to learn motorcycle. It take cares of all the cautions that for any of the people who came for training to learn Motorcycles.
Hi! Anosh I am providing you the information related to that you want:

Classroom Theory (8 hours):

Preparing to ride – the licensing process, understanding hazard and risk, protective gear
Selecting a motorcycle – what to consider
Riding strategies – see, think, do, or SIPDE?
Traffic control devices – interpreting road markings, signs, and traffic lights from a riders perspective
Visibility and conspicuity – see and be seen
Intersections – 75% of collisions involving motorcycles happen there
Traction and control
Special riding situations
Sharing the ride – with passengers, friends, and luggage
Ready to ride – location, schedule, what to bring for your first day of riding

Traffic Skills (11 hours riding in traffic):

Learn your way progressively through 5 levels of traffic – low speed residential to highway and high capacity urban
Employ all 5 global skills – balance and steering, speed control, observation, communication, space margins
Complex intersections – still the most dangerous place for riders, but do-able when you have the skills
Sharing the road with other riders, and motorized or non-motorized traffic.
Road Test Readiness Review

Riding Skills (11 hours of Closed Course riding):

Olympus Digital Camera

Pre-ride inspection
Motorcycle controls – there are only 6
Focus on the global skills of balance and steering, speed control, and observation
Low speed steering vs high speed steering
Clutch, gearchange and powerband
Proper use of independent vs linked vs ABS brakes
Emergency stop or swerve
Motorcycle Skills Assessment – equivalent to MST at ICBC; to remove the restrictions from your learner's permit.
Transition ride from parking lot to on the road.


A Class 6L or 8L (Learner's permit), obtained after passing a written test at ICBC.
Minimum riding gear: boots that cover the ankle, full length trousers, a jacket that zips in the front, gloves with leather palms.

A 3/4 coverage helmet or better that meets industry standards. They have helmets available if you don't have one yet, or if yours does not meet the standard.

For more details you can contact on address given below:

Contact details:

V-Twin Okanagan
104-33119 South Fraser Way
Abbotsford, B.C.
V2S 2B1
Fax works too: (250) 764-7815

Map location:

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