Ride Safe

The Rider Training Institute (RTI) is a national not-for-profit association that offers comprehensive motorcycle licensing and skills development training programs throughout locations across Ontario. Motorcyclists from all walks of life, both beginner and seasoned riders alike, choose the RTI as an ongoing partner in developing paths towards long term safe and enjoyable motorcycling careers.

We provide in classroom theory lessons on riding motorcycles and study common situations you may encounter. RTI has over 10 training centers in cities all across Ontario. RTI is a registered not for profit association run by motorcycle enthusiasts who are passionate about teaching others.

We are adding new cities every year.

Some of the ways the Rider Training Institute is your ideal Riding Partner:

A sensible approach to learning! We were beginners TOO! RTI promotes a results oriented, “building block” approach to learning. We don’t take the “one size fits all” approach: Thinking of a cruiser? A sport bike? Can’t Decide? Every RTI ‘Setting the Course’ – Riding Basics training course offers students the opportunity to ride several different types of motorcycles, helping you find the “right fit”!

Our People! We Love to ride and it shows!

We choose the right people to help put you on the right path. Our instructors are passionate, seasoned riders as diverse as the communities we serve.

Choosing the right path towards long-term riding

Proper Training is crucial to enjoying a long-term and safe motorcycling experience for riders of all skill levels. Lack of or inadequate rider training has been identified as a significant informer of motorcycle accidents and resulting injuries. From motorcycle operation basics, to advanced hazard perception techniques, choosing to start your motorcycling career with the proper training will help you to ensure you will be enjoying the open road for many years to come.

If you would like to contact the Rider Training Institute please visit them at www.ridertraining.ca


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