Riding a motorcycle in the UK is one of the most liberating feelings you could ever experience. If you are an experienced motorcyclist, you may want to share your talents with other UK residents. For example, you may want to ...Read More »
Infinity Motorcycles put out a great infographic about How to Get a Motorcycle Licence in The United Kingdom. The post is divided into three parts: – Riding a 50cc Scooter – Riding a 125cc Motorcycle – Riding a 125cc+ Motorcycle ...Read More »
I'm 25 years old. I've owned over a dozen motorcycles. I've been riding since I was a teenager. I hold a full M Class motorcycle license in Ontario. I don't own a car or even a car license. I own a house, and a garage full of motorcycles.
I haven't been in a motorcycle accident. I haven't received a ticket in about three years. I started my professional career by working in the motorcycle industry. If Saskatchewan's proposed rules applied to me, nearly everything I just told you would cease to be true.
Every now and again I get questions from readers and I try to help them out. Last week I got this email from Stephanie in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, YouMotorcycle's home base.Read More »
So you’re looking to get your motorcycle license and you live in Ontario. I can help with that. Here are ALL of the question to the M1 Motorcycle Test, along with the answers. Write this test until you ace, try to learn a thing or two, and then you’ll be ready to go write your test and get your M1 motorcycle license.Read More »
You get a lot of looks riding a motorcycle in a dress suit and your high top Converse chucks. I didn't always used to ride like this though, like many riders, I went through an ATGATT phase once. All The Gear, All The Time. That was a long time ago. One day I realized it went against all of the reasons I love riding.Read More »
In Ontario we have a three-class motorcycle licensing system. There is a beginner class (M1 - written test), an intermediate class (M2 - riding test), and finally your full M class license. Unfortunately, the vehicle-specific requirements, definition of vehicles, and options available get a little blurry in the bureaucracy, and many small displacement motorcycle and cruiser riders are left in the mess
... but don't worry, that's what YouMotorcycle is here for.
Part of our on-going How to Buy your First Motorcycle series. We've already looked at motorcycle insurance, the M1 license, including an M1 practice test, now it's time for the M2 test. We'll cover:
Should I take an M1 exit course (a.k.a. MSF riding school course), or just take the test with the ministry?
Does taking a course for my M1 exit test help me save on motorcycle insurance?
What are the approved ministry of transportation motorcycle courses and which one should I take?
Get your M1 License
This page is Step 2 in our How to buy your first motorcycle series of articles. The series will walk you through everything from getting insurance quotes and your motorcycle license, to choosing the right motorcycle and how best to buy it, as well as finding motorcycle gear and accessories that fit you, your bike, and your budget. We recommend starting this guide from its Start Page. Read More »