Motorcycle Training

  • Motorcycle Training has resumed with limited spots available for this season.

    New bikes for SSM Motorcycle training

    Some of our shiny new bikes, just in time for motorcycle training!

    Operating a motorcycle requires a whole new set of safety skills to avoid a mishap or collision.

    Whether you’re a seasoned rider or just starting out, Safety Services Manitoba’s courses provide valuable information to help you stay safe on your bike and on the road.

    A 6M motorcycle license that can be obtained at any MPI Service Center is required to take any SSM motorcycle course.

    Learn more about licensing – download MPI’s Motorcycle Handbook

    All students must provide their own riding gear, including:

    • Sturdy jacket and pants (jeans and a leather or denim jacket)
    • Eye protection(visor, safety goggles or glasses)
    • Sturdy boots that cover the ankle
    • Leather gloves
    • DOT, Snell, CSA or ECE approved helmet

    Your riding gear must be inspected and approved by the instructor at the first session.

    We offer training in Winnipeg and the following rural locations – contact us for further information:

    • CFB Shilo
    • Dauphin
    • Flin Flon
    • Thompson
    • Winkler

    SSM’s motorcycle training was featured on Breakfast Television – check out the video and learn how you can get your motorcycle license!

     We offer the following courses:

     Re-Testing Opportunities

    Safety Services Manitoba has introduced two re-testing options for students who complete the Gearing Up or Basic motorcycle programs but fail the final test. You must arrange your re-test within 30 days of completing the course.

    Re-Test Only – $50
    Take the test a second time under the supervision of SSM instructors.

    4-Hour Refresher and Re-Test – $160
    Complete a 4-hour practical refresher to hone your skills before re-taking the test.

    You may complete each option once before you must re-take the full course.

    Contact us for more information.

     Learn more

    View the Motorcycle Training FAQ

    If you are a non-Manitoba resident please contact Manitoba Public Insurance at 1-800-665-2410.