Perth Hills Motorcycle Training runs a full day course to teach you advanced road riding techniques that will save you out there in the wild. This course goes much further than the DOT approved standard and will drastically improve your riding skills making you a much safer rider.
When participating in our Rider Enhancement Course you'll find yourself undertaking a series of exercises on the skid pan teaching you about correct cornering and vision, braking techniques, low speed control and higher speed counter steering.
We start the day in the classroom for a theory session that covers a vast range of important topics including hazard perception / response, motorcycle road worthiness, correct posture among so much more.
The final hour of the course we will take to the full road circuit. Getting out on the track is a fantastic way to put all the training you absorb throughout the day into action and you will also have loads of fun at the same time.
Come and learn in a relaxed, safe and car free environment, where you will be taught and assessed by our friendly, dedicated and qualified instructors. Check out our awesome little promo video, it's worth it...
Well anyone really, our course is aimed at all levels of riders, as long as you hold an RE or R Class License then please do join us! Every motorcycle rider no matter how long you've been riding will benefit from our tuition.
While aimed at the licensed road rider, learner riders that are close to being ready for their PDA are also welcome, providing you are accompanied by a licensed shadow to and from the event, as well as holding a Learners Permit.
If you are a learner rider and on Facebook, join the WALRAS (Western Australian Learner Riders And Shadows) Group. This group exists to connect you to other licensed group members willing to shadow you when opportunity presents, just post up a request with date and location then see who responds.
When attending our Rider Enhancement Course you'll want to be sure you bring:
We'll provide you with bottles of water to keep you hydrated, and lunch is also offered during the session.
Before attending our Rider Enhancement Course you'll want to be sure to:
We hold these events at the Driver Risk Management training facility (formally RAC Driver Training Centre) on Grogan Road near the Airport.
Ideally we will run these events as often as possible, we strongly believe that we become safer riders by being better riders, but like all things it is entirely subject to demand and we have limited spaces. We need the word to get out, the more events we sell out, the more events we'll run. You can help us by telling your rider friends and getting them involved too.
Finding out about our upcoming events is easy, you can check out our organiser profile on Eventbrite or you can subscribe to our Mailing List where you will be notified by email for events as they are released. Alternatively you can also head on over to Facebook and checkout the events tabon our Facebook Page. Don't forget to give us a like while you're there.
Otherwise, feel free to express your interest by contacting us now.
The Driver Risk Management training facility hosts a modest tight road faring track which closely resembles conditions you'd find in every day road riding, making it perfect for our rider training courses. While the overall geometry is fairly tight, it contains a few sweepers, interconnecting corners that curve into opposite directions and two prominent straights which all up, flows very nicely and definitely presents riders with plenty of challenging oportunities to test newly developed skills.
Check out our mud map below... If you would like to see us run a couple of laps of the track, check out our video below.
To be in the loop and get notified when we release our next Rider Enhancement, Performance Rider Training, or Tuning Session Events, we thoroughly recommend that you subscribe to our Mailing List. By subscribing you will get these events right in your inbox giving you the absolute first opportunity before anyone else to buy tickets and secure your spot. But remember, it's first in best dressed, so get on it.