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Motorcycle Training Perth
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Our Training

R-N  Moped: Any moped or 50cc motorcycle not capable of more than 60k/hour  Learners permit – minimum age 15years 6 months 
R-E  Learner Approved Motorcycles: Any motorcycle with an engine capacity not exceeding 660cc with a power to weight ratio not exceeding 150KW/Ton Learners permit – minimum age 16 
R  Any motorcycle (Unrestricted)  Must hold a R-E class license for a minimum of 12 months 

Where to start?

First of all, you are required to get a learners permit from the Western Australian Department of Transport (previously Department of Planning and Infrastructure) before you are able to receive motorcycle training and instruction in Perth including Joondalup and surrounds. This requires attending one of the licensing centres in your location and completing a theory test. This test is made up of two parts, Part 1 is the generic theory test and Part 2 deals specifically with motorcycle theory. For more information follow this link to the Department of Transport Website.

You may wish to try out the following sample quizzes: Quiz A, Quiz B and Quiz C.

If you currently hold an R-E class license, you are permitted to receive motorcycle training and instruction on a motorcycle larger than 250, but will be unable to do the assessment until you have held the R-E class license for a minimum of 12 months.

If you have already concluded your training or are ready to book your assessment, you may now book online at the Department of Training Online Booking System. Check the links page for phone numbers.

Learning to ride

Once you have successfully completed your learners test and hold a learners permit, you may commence our Perth motorbike training . Instruction and motorcycle training can be provided by either a professional riding instructor, or by somebody who has held the same class license or higher for which you are training, for a minimum period of 4 years (2 years if the license is R-N).

We are able to provide individual motorbike training and instruction on all classes of motorcycles with a focus on SAFETY and COMPLIANCE, ensuring that you are instructed the correct way to ride your motorcycle and use the roads, while being aware of the risks and hazards around you. We use intercoms attached to your crash helmet to communicate with you while you are riding, allowing your instructor to immediately communicate advice, instructions and corrections to you and allowing you to ask questions as you go along.

What is provided to you?
Motorcycle Training Perth

If you do not have a motorcycle, we will supply you with a motorcycle of the class in which you will be licensed.

For convenience, we will supply a crash helmet with an attached communication system.

Since you are embarking on this journey, it seems obvious that you are serious about achieving your licence for the motorcycle you intend riding. It would therefore make sense that you would be purchasing the necessary accessories to achieve this. We cannot supply every size and fit, from 5XL to XS. Gloves, jackets and shoes should be provided by you.

If you are interested in purchasing items, please visit our Marketplace page with links to some suppliers of motorcycles and motorcycle accessories.

Please note that we receive NO financial benefit from your purchases – but would like you to mention the referral when you do.

What will you be taught? Motorbike Training Perth

WhenWhat you will be taught
First Lesson:

As you may be using our motorcycle for your motorbike training and instruction, we would like to ensure that you know the basic principles and operation of a motorcycle and mitigate the risk to our assets.

We will therefore spend the first part of your first lesson, ensuring that you know what the various components and controls of the motorcycle are, what they do and how they should be operated.

As a novice, we would advise that Lesson 1 be of duration of 1.5 hours, the first 30 minutes being spent on the principles and operation of the motorcycle, before attempting to start and ride off.

  • Instruments : Rev counter, tachometer and any other instruments the motorcycle may be fitted with.
  • LEDs and other lights : Alternator, oil, indicator, high beam
  • Switches : Start, cut-off, indicators, horn, lights
  • Mirrors : Adjusting and use of – blind spots
  • Controls : Front Brake, Clutch (if one is fitted), Accelerator, Foot/Rear Brake, Gear Lever
  • Lights and Indicators : Checking for road-worthiness of vehicle by checking headlight (low & high beam), indicators, tail and brake lights, hazard lights (if fitted)
  • Tyres : Tread, wear and tyre pressure
  • Fuel and Lubrication : Check fuel and oil levels
  • Coolant : Where applicable, check coolant level
  • Brake Fluid : Check fluid level – Front and rear
  • Clutch Fluid : Check fluid level (where applicable)
  • Engine : Overall inspection looking for loose items, oil leaks, scuffed wiring etc
  • Suspension : Check front forks. Check front forks for leaks. Check rear shock absorbers for leaks. Check both for operation.
  • Front and Rear Brakes : Check brake calipers and pads. Check disks for wear and scouring.
  • Protective Clothing : Jackets, gloves, pants, boots
  • Crash Helmet : Putting on, removing and securing
  • Preparation : Mounting up, setting up, side stand, starting the engine
  • Riding :
    • Pulling away
    • Balance
    • Steering and Counter Steering – handle bars and shifting weight
    • Use of indicators
    • Use of mirrors
    • Use of horn
    • Slowing down and stopping
    • Parking

Subsequent Lessons:

Practical riding instruction and motorbike training, with a focus on


  • Going over the theory (This will take place at the beginning of each motorcycle training lesson, until your instructor is satisfied that you are confident with and competent in the principles and operation of the motorcycle)
  • Use of the road : Selecting your lane, track and line. Avoiding the oil slick.
  • Turning : Left and Right
  • Mirrors : Using your mirrors
  • Direction : Changing tracks and changing lanes
  • Overtaking : Indicating and head checks
  • Merging and diverging: Indicating and head checks
  • Traffic circles/Roundabouts : Going through traffic circles
  • Low speed maneuvers : U-turning and Os, Figure 8s (in an open area, not on the road)
  • Hazard awareness : Look ahead and look around. M.I.L.O or M.I.B. Head Checks.
  • Emergency : E-Stops

Before your practical

At least twice

  • Mock assessments
  • Showing the possible route
  • If your instructor feels that you are ready to proceed with the practical assessment, you will be advised that you should proceed to make your appointment to be assessed. In the areas where your performance is deemed to be poor, your instructor will focus on these to prepare you for your practical assessment

On the day of your Practical Assessment:

If required, your instructor will take you to or meet you at the appropriate licensing center. If you have the misfortune of not passing, your instructor will go through the items in which your performance was found to be poor and concentrate on remedying those.

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BikeSAFE offer accredited, expert motorcycle training. Contact us today to start your motorbike training in Perth.