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Old 03-Oct-2008, 06:22 AM
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i want a bike

ok, ive never rode a bike before, and i want to get one by next summer....but how would i go about getting a license and all that i need the best advice if uve never rode before where can u go to get ur license or learn? how long does it take? and cost
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Old 03-Oct-2008, 06:48 AM
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lol, I was just going to post something like this!..
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Old 03-Oct-2008, 08:20 AM
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Go get your M1 After you pass a motorcycle knowledge test, you will get a Class M1 licence and an information package for new riders. You must spend a minimum of 60 days with a Class M1 licence, which is valid for 90 days.
Motorcycle riders who successfully complete an approved motorcycle safety course that includes a road test with an M1 licence ("THE Humber course") are exempt from taking the ministry's M1 road test and can move to an M2 licence after 60 days. If you complete an approved safety course in either level, you can reduce the time that you must hold an M2 licence from 22 to 18 months. While the motorcycle safety course certificate is valid for two years from its issue date, it may only be used for the M1 road test exemption within six months of its issue date.

$395.00 to do the Humber course
http://www.motorcycle.humber.ca/basic.htm
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and then you can get your first bike
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You have to take your m1 exit test (road test) within 90 days of getting your permit. But you can actually take the test the day after you get your m1, you just have to wait 60 days to get it all registered as your m2.

So you can go write your m1 test now, then register for a m1 exit course at humber sherdian (if they are still doing it). Or just wait till the springtime to do it.
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