Rockingham and Mandurah Motorcycle and Moped lessons, experienced local instructor, high test pass rate.
Lessons by a licenced Motorcycle Instructor for each of the three motorbike licence classes:
- RN: Moped
- RE: LAMS
- R: Open
We can instruct in LAMS-A and R-A (automatic motorcycles) if you supply your own bike. The only automatic bike we have is our RM-class moped.
Fees and Payment Options
Lessons fees for LAMS (R-E) and Open (R) classes are:
1 hr: $70
1.5 hrs: $100
2 hrs: $130
Lesson fees can be paid via our mobile payment facilities, so we can accept Mastercard, Visa, EFTPOS, and cash on site before the lesson. There is a $10/hr discount if you want to learn using your own bike, and we can usually come to you if you prefer.
The lesson fee includes use of a motorcycle and intercom-enabled helmet. We will supply a thin helmet liner/skull cap which we will ask you to wear to keep our helmets hygienic. Gloves are supplied if you don’t yet have your own.
What you’ll Need to Bring
Please bring your licence and/or learners permit and log book (if you’re required to have one) to each of your lessons. We highly recommend you invest in motorcycle specific clothing and wear that to your lesson.
Where we Operate
We’ll normally arrange to meet you close to the Rockingham or Mandurah Licencing Centres, depending on our daily bookings and your circumstances. We’re mobile, so we might be able to come to you if our schedule on the day allows for it. If you want to learn using your own bike, then we’ll almost certainly be able to do this.
Our aim is to provide quality motorcycle riding instruction at a very reasonable cost because we want you to become a safe and confident rider. Your lessons will be based around a structured program of skills development so that you make the best use of your lesson time. Flexibility is the key to our approach, and are happy to talk to you about your individual training needs.
Hi, my name is Alan Thompson, I’m a motorcycle riding instructor. My background is in occupational health & safety and training, which comes in very useful when teaching my students to ride.
The first bike I owned was a Yamaha XT250. I bought it in 1985 as soon as I passed my test (yes, I know, 1985 is about a million years ago!). Since then I’ve owned and ridden everything from humble CB125’s to ZX12R’s and just about everything in between. At last count, I’ve owned more than 30 different bikes which is about 1 for every year that I’ve had my licence, and that isn’t including the 6 bikes that I currently use for instructing. I wish I still had some of them, especially my 1986 GSXR750. Now there’s a bike that’ll put hairs on your chest!
As an instructor, I dedicate myself to helping my students become confident, safe and proficient riders. I do this by following a structured training program that ensures students always have the skills needed to confidently move onto the next step.
For experienced riders, such as those going from their LAMS to open class, I recommend a two-hour session that includes a refresher lesson and use of my bike for the test. That’s normally enough to correct any bad habits that might have crept in!
When I’m not instructing, my favorite pastime is spending time with my family. I have two adult children, and a little man joined us as a pleasant surprise in 2012. Our favourite game is popping bubbles together!