*** Registration opens March 1, 2021. We accept credit card, debit card, prepaid card & money order for payment except cash & personal cheque.***
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.
Operating a motorcycle requires a whole new set of safety skills to avoid a mishap or collision.
A 6M motorcycle license(knowledge test) that can be obtained at any MPI Service Centre 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 as outlined on the course pages.
Your riding gear must be inspected and approved by the instructor during the first session.
We offer training in Winnipeg and the following rural locations – contact us for further information:
- CFB Shilo
- Flin Flon
We offer the following courses:
- Basic Motorcycle Training
- Gearing Up Motorcycle Training
- 3-Wheeled Motorcycle Training
- Experienced Rider Program
- Class 6 Instructor Development Course
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 – $65
Take the test a second time under the supervision of SSM instructors.
4-hour Refresher and Re-test – $175
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.
Is the course still offered if it is raining or cold?
Yes. Rain or shine, you will learn how to ride a motorcycle!
Do you provide the motorcycle?
Yes – for our two-wheeled program. SSM provides a top-of-the line fleet of motorcycles for students to train and practice their skills. For three-wheeled motorcycle training, students must provide their own vehicle. For more information, see the program description.
What type of motorcylces are provided for training?
SSM has in use: Yamaha TW200 and Honda Grom.
Do I need to bring riding gear?
Yes. 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
I’m under 18. Do I need a parent to accompany me?
Only to the first session. If you are under 18, your parent or guardian must sign a waiver for you to participate in the training course.
Am I required to take the motorcycle course if I have a licence from another Province or a non-Manitoba resident?
If you have a motorcycle licence from another Province or are a non-Manitoba resident, please contact Manitoba Public Insurance at 204-985-7000 or 1-800-665-2410 for more information.