Kingston MM - St. Lawrence College

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Course Description:

The M2M Exit course is a lecture from 7 pm-10 pm on Friday and a day of riding either on Saturday or Sunday( whichever day you registered for) starting at 7:30 am till 4:30 pm. We will send out an email about a week before the course with the details. You are required to provide a 3-wheeled vehicle for this course. You need to hold your M2M license for 18-22 months and no longer than 5 years before upgrading to your MM. When you successfully complete this course you will have your MM test. You need to go back to the Drive test to add the M classification to your license IF YOU DO NOT GO TO THE DRIVE TEST WITHIN 6 MONTHS OF COMPLETING THE COURSE YOUR RESULTS WILL EXPIRE. The M is not automatically added to your license. Payment must be made at the time of registration

Course Schedule:

Courses will run rain or shine. All courses are subject to minimum enrollment.

May 10 & 11

Course is full

May 10 & 12

Course is full

May 31 & June 2

Course is full

June 14 & 15

Course is full

June 14 & 16

Course is full

July 5 & 6

1 Spots Left

July 5 & 7

4 Spots Left

July 19 & 20

3 Spots Left

July 19 & 21

4 Spots Left

August 9 & 10

3 Spots Left

August 9 & 11

4 Spots Left

August 16 & 17

3 Spots Left

August 16 & 18

4 Spots Left

September 6 & 7

4 Spots Left

September 6 & 8

3 Spots Left

September 20 & 21

3 Spots Left

September 20 & 22

3 Spots Left

October 4 & 5

3 Spots Left

October 4 & 6

4 Spots Left

Course Gear Requirements:

  • Full face helmet, minimum rating must meet sanctioning body requirements (DOT, ECE, or Snell)
  • Eye protection
  • Sturdy jacket - Motorcycle jacket is best, no nylon or sweater types. Think safety.
  • Pants/Jeans – no holes or stretchy materials
  • Gloves – full fingered
  • Boots – Minimum 3⁄4 height for ankle coverage, no elastic slip on boots or shoes

Course Location:

St. Lawrence College
100 Portsmouth Ave.
Kingston ON K7L 5A6

Course Cost:

$490.00

A Word about risk:

Motorcycling is inherently risky. Although we strive to provide a very safe training environment, the risk of injury is always a concern. Motorcycle riding requires your full attention at all times and learning to ride can be challenging, emotional and stressful, both physically and mentally.
Accidents do happen, but seldom result in serious injury. Scrapes and bruises are not uncommon from time to time but more serious incidents, although rare, may occur over the training season, such as sprains or fractures. RSAO strongly requests the use of full-face helmet protection for all beginners / learners to ensure the highest level of safety. This provides optimum protection essential to minimizing risk and is a far more responsible choice over “open faced” helmets. You will be required to sign a waiver of claim prior to taking our course (see/download the waiver of claim form where you intend to take the course). If these risks are unacceptable to you and you do not wish to sign the waiver, please do not register.