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RIDER TRAINING (NZ) specializes in Basic Handling Skills Certificate Training and Testing, which is the first step in attaining a New Zealand Motorcycle licence. 

We conduct our Motorcycle training and testing at Massey University in Albany, on the North Shore of Auckland City.

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 Motorcycling is a economical, exciting,

 pleasurable and satisfying means of

 transport.
                                                  


 We are Motorcyclists ourselves, either out

 touring NZ roads or out at track days at

 Pukekohe or Hampton Downs.


 Learn to ride, with us!



The two Trickers parked up at Massey University training grounds.

Our front-line training fleet comprises of
'Yamaha Trickers' 


They are a modern, single cylinder carburetted 4-stroke 250cc.  It is the same motor used in the XT250 'Serow'.



These bikes are EXTREMELY easy
to learn to ride on and suit all shapes and sizes.






                           *We do also have a Suzuki GN250 available on special request.

                      We supply the bike for you to learn on for no extra cost!!!


  What does Rider Training NZ offer?

We have a variety of packages to suit everyone's needs;

1. The Full Monty -
This is the all-out package to get you riding on the road.
Includes what is in the Intro Pack PLUS Gear Changing and Hill-Starts


2. Intro Package
-
Learn to Ride a Motorcycle!  No experience needed.



3. Refresher Package -
Those who have ridden Motorcycles before but feel a bit rusty.



4. BHS Test -
For those who are ready to do the Basic Handling Skills test without any extra training.



5. On-Road Coaching -
For those who have got their Learners Licence and own Motorcycle and would like some on-road support for their first outing or coaching before sitting for their restricted licence.

For more information on these packages, have a look at the Training Courses page.

Complete a BHS course with us and have a choice of voucher for either:

 $150 off the purchase of a NEW or USED bike or 15% Off Accessories from Colemans Suzuki. 

                                    NOW IS THAT A GREAT DEAL OR WHAT!?


 Why use Rider Training NZ?

                 Some riding schools may offer Instruction at a cheaper rate, but
                               ARE YOU REALLY GETTING A GOOD DEAL?

All of our courses are conducted One-on-One with the student!
There is no pressure on the student to perform in front of a group of strangers.

We don't believe in sharing the time you have paid for with up to 6 other students! 























      -    Patient Female or Male NZTA Approved Motorcycle Instructors

      -    Weekend Sessions

      -    After hours sessions available on special request

      -    Our training motorcycle is suitable for all heights / sizes

      -    Motorcycle / helmet supplied & included in the pricing

      -    Competitive pricing
               (Are you paying for group therapy or 1-on-1?)

      -    Post BHS training available (on-road with your bike)

      -    Discounts available for two or more people

      -    Become part of a Motorcycling Community

                             All we need is YOU!

 
  Where can I find Info on:

How do I get a Motorcycle Licence?

Training Courses  - Click here to find out what courses and packages we offer

Course Dates  - Check out when the next sessions are available

Course Costs - How much does a course cost?



  Why you should learn to ride......




Photo taken on our recent Tour of the South Island in March 2010.


Some of the best Motorcycling roads in the world are on our back doorstep!!!

Dawn and Steves' B-Kings take a deserved break on the road to Milford Sounds.

Check out the rest of our pics from our tour HERE








Is the cost of fuel EVER going to stop climbing?

Join the hundreds of commuters who are sick of the increasing costs of fuel, parking and TIME! Get yourself on a Scooter / Motorcycle to beat the traffic blues. 

Updated:  26th April 2011