Introduction to Motorycle Safety Training
Online Learning Enterprises works closely with the Canada Safety Council (CSC) to provide online safety training for motorcycle enthusiasts and riders. Our latest program, entitled ‘Motorcycle Safety Online – what you should know before you ride’.
This is not a substitute for actual hands-on training.
If you’re thinking about getting your (motorcycle) license or enrolling in a safety course in the near future, this comprehensive yet easy-to-understand program is designed specifically for you. Even if you’re simply curious about what’s involved in motorcycling, there are important protocols you should be aware of so you can get the most out of your new hobby – safely and efficiently.
- Introduction to motorcycling
- Taking a motorcycle safety course
- Motorcycle controls, features & accessories
- Riding gear – it’s between you and the road
- Getting ready for the ride
- Situational riding skills
- Safe riding techniques
- Lane positioning
- Decision-making and situational awareness
- If you’re not already a rider, the best time to train for safety is before you hit the road, because you’ll prevent yourself from developing bad riding habits that you’ll have to un-learn later on.
- Discover your ideal motorcycle size and style (it’s definitely not the same for everybody), and learn your licensing and insurance requirements upfront to avoid any unpleasant surprises in the future.
- You’ll also save money by recognizing the best riding gear for you, and buying the right stuff the first time.
- CSC recognizes and endorses Motorcycle Safety Online as a complete, end-to-end training program for all riders, current and prospective, and encourages anyone interested in riding a motorcycle for sport or transportation to enroll in this training to absorb essential safety knowledge and best practices.
- Motorcycle Safety Online is designed for maximum student involvement to encourage total information retention. Study resources remain available to all participants post-course, enabling riders to demonstrate ideal motorcycle safety practices at all times.