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Motorcycle training

If you can ride a bicycle and drive a car, you should have no problem learning to ride a motorbike. Once you have completed your motorcycle training courses, you can head for the open road with confidence and get ready for some serious fun in your life!

It’s important to keep in mind however, that as a new learner rider you have only learnt the basic skills form your motorcycle training, so you need to spend time on your bike, gaining experience and confidence in both traffic and the open road. 

There is a big difference between your driving skills at the end of your motorcycle training and the skills and knowledge you will have after one to two years of riding your bike in the NT. Riding safely on dirt roads and cornering are two of the basic skills that come with experience, so you need to get on your bike at every opportunity to hone your skills.

Training motorcycle 

Until you have your Open Licence, the type of bikes you can ride will be restricted to a training motorcycle that has a max power to weight ratio of 150 kw/t and an engine capacity not over 660cc.


The list of approved training motorcycles is constantly updated, but includes the vast majority of Hondas, Kawasakis, Suzukis, Ducatis and even a few Harleys, so you won’t have any problems finding a great training motorcycle that fits in with your budget and lifestyle.


Just remember that you can’t modify any of these bikes until you get your Open Licence and then you will be fine.

Below you will see some of our favourite bikes of all time - and we keep adding more!

Safe and fun

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