Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in New Zealand
Kia Ora! Riding a motorcycle can help affect your life in so many ways – finding new friends, discovering new places, killing small animals, and experiencing horrible weather.
Once you actually learn how to ride a motorcycle is the time that you can appreciate its pure pleasure as well as its advantages. To learn how to ride a motorcycle in New Zealand, check out the following riding schools:
Rider Skills (http://www.riderskills.co.nz/)
Rider Skills Bike Training is an organization owned and operated by the chief examiner for the Institute of Advanced Motorists. This training school wants to ensure that the standard motorcycle courses remain high and the skills passed on to their students remain relevant. Rider Skills had achieved the high standards of the UK and New Zealand advanced riding test. Aside from that, their chief instructor is a qualified IAM Examiner and LTNZ Class 7/ Class 1 instructor. This only means that the school provides the best motorcycle training there is. If you want how to ride a motorcycle from an expert trainer, then visit Rider Skills at Mt. Albert, Auckland, Takanini, Auckland or te Atatu , Auckland. You can also call them at 0800-245387 or email email@example.com.
Safe Learner (http://www.safelearner.co.nz/)
This is also known as Auckland NZ Motorcycle License Training school that provides Basic Handling Skills to Advanced Lessons. This motorcycle riding school located at Mt. Wellington offers basic motorcycle training skills which is the first step in obtaining a motorcycle license. After the Basic Handling Skills, Safe Learner offers the advanced lessons which will help riders improved their riding skills and practice safe riding techniques and behaviors. For more information, you can call their NZTA approved instructor on 022-1022-332 or you can also fill up their online form or send an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dan Ornsby Motorcycle Training (http://motorcycletraining.co.nz/)
This is a leading motorcycle riding school in Christchurch owned and manage by Dan Ornsby. He believes that less accidents will happen when people take safety seriously thus motorcycle safety is one of the most important things they teach at this school. They offer a wide range of training courses to both novice and accomplished rider to help them develop their riding skills and road craft. It is their goal to develop every rider into a competent, safe rider who can have enjoy long years of fun on a bike. For more information you can contact Dan Ornsby on (03) 980-8939, 027- 482-3510 or send an email at email@example.com.
PassRite Driving Academy Ltd (http://www.passrite.co.nz/)
According to their website, PassRite is New Zealand’s foremost provider of driver training and education. This school has been in business since April 1990 and with its extensive skill base, they deliver driving education and programs covering all classes of driver training assessment for driver licensing endorsements. For more information, you can visit PassRite on Auckland, North Shore, Hamilton and Wellington. You can call them at 09-636-0111, 09-489-9100, 07-855-1111 or 04 2375950.
ProRider Motorcycle Training and coaching (http://www.prorider.co.nz/)
Whether you are a newbie rider or an accomplished one, ProRider Motorcycle Training can develop your riding skills well beyond ordinary. They offer training courses for all kinds of riders which include New Rider, Safe Rider, Smart Rider and Skilled Rider Skills Enhancement training. According to their website, the goal of ProRider is to provide a safe and fun learning environment that will help enhance the riding experience of motorcycle riders while minimizing their risks on the road. ProRider was founded by Karel Pavich who’s an experienced road, racetrack and off road rider. To enroll for a course, you can contact them on 0508- 776-743 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mainland Motorcycle School (http://www.motorcycleschool.co.nz/)
This motorcycle riding school is the largest privately owned motorcycle riding school at Christchurch. Mike Flowers is the head instructor and has a background on both off road and road racing in New Zealand and Australia. According to their website, Mainland always monitors the local and international trends in motorcycle training to make sure that the school is updated with the best training programs. The school offers the best training for beginning riders as well as intermediate and advanced riders. To learn more about the schools and courses offered, contact them on (03) 0974- 3136 or send an email to email@example.com.
Non Stop Adventure NZ Ltd (http://www.nonstopadventure.co.nz/)
This motorcycle riding school that is located at Nelson, New Zealand is an Academy for off-road training that offers guided off-road tours and specialized motorcycle displays. They cater the needs of riders from beginners to expert riders. For more information about off road motorcycle trial riding adventure, call Non Stop Adventure on 064-545-1053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Road Safe Motorcycle Riding Technique Ltd (http://www.roadsafe.co.nz/)
This motorcycle riding school based in Wellington offers a comprehensive range of road based training. According to their website, Road safe is specialist motorcycle and scooter rider training and consulting company. They believe that knowledge is the key that is why they provide all kinds of training for all levels of motorcycle riding skills. It is their aim also to provide a friendly, low-pressure environment in order for riders to learn the skills necessary to keep them safe while on the road. For more information, please contact 64-4232 0110, 64 – 27245 9510 or email email@example.com.
Rider Training NZ (http://www.ridertraining.co.nz/)
This motorcycle riding school specialized in Basic handling Skills certificate training and testing. This training program is the first step in getting a New Zealand Motorcycle license. Rider Training offers training to motorcycling and scooter riding to riders of all skill levels. They conduct their training and testing at Massey University in Albany. For more information, call them on (021) 0334766 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are just some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in New Zealand. Are we missing a school on our list? Or did you attend one of these schools and want to leave a review for future riders? Leave a Reply below and share what you know.