Bunbury City Motorcycles
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Welcome to Bunbury Motorcycle School

Bunbury Motorcycle school has been providing rider training for over 25 years.

Originally created by two separate motorcycle shops, Wayne Patterson Motorcycles and Bunbury Yamaha (Anthony Dowson). This was until John Hayes created “John Hayes Motorcycle school” which Wayne and Anthony happily transferred the combined schools over.

In 2001 Drew and Tamla purchased the business when John was looking to retire then in 2003 Drew and Tamla changed the name to “Bunbury Motorcycle School”.

Since then the school has produced over 3000 licenced Motorcycle Riders.

Our guarantee to you is to provide the safest environment possible while teaching the life saving skill’s required to survive on the road. First time motorcyclists are taught at the rear of the premises in a safe controlled area until they are at level where they are comfortable to go the road. One student one instructor right through to your license.

Equipment

On the day:

We require everyone attending a lesson to wear long pants and flat soled enclosed shoes.

We also require the student to bring along their Learner’s permit for RN and RE licence’s or a current RE licence for a R class licence.

On test day we require the student to bring their current Learner’s permit and Driver’s licence. (Birth Certificate, Valid Passport or “Proof of age card” for first time probation rider’s licence)

Clothing:

  • We provide Jackets and Gloves for all sizes

  • All riders are supplied with a Hi-Vis vest during lessons

Helmets:

  • We provide Australian standards certified Nolan N42 open face helmets

  • As part of keeping up the highest of levels hygiene we require all students to wear a supplied hood under the helmet

Intercomms:

  • We pride ourselves in using the latest Rider to Rider Intercom’s with a range of 500 meters from Scala – These allow continuous 2 way communication between the Instructor and the Student

Licences

RN:

  • To learn to ride a moped

  • You must be at least 16 years of age to undertake the Practical Riding Assessment and be granted a licence to drive R-N (Motorcycle) class vehicles.

  • A moped is a motorcycle that has a propelling engine with an engine capacity not exceeding 50cc and a top speed not exceeding 60km/h. This applies whether or not it is also capable of being propelled as a pedal cycle, but does not include a power assisted pedal cycle.

RE:

  • To learn to ride a motorcycle (not exceeding 250cc) you must be at least 16 years of age.

  • To be granted a licence to drive an R-E (Motorcycle) class vehicle and you must be at least 17 years of age.

An R-E class vehicle (Motorcycle) you can ride a motorcycle as described below:

  • A motorcycle with or without a side car attachment, with an engine capacity not exceeding 250cc

  • A motor carrier with an engine capacity not exceeding 250cc.

Other vehicles you are authorised drive:

  • R-N (Motorcycle) class (Moped)

R:

  • To learn to ride a motorcycle with an engine capacity exceeding 250cc you must hold an R-E (Motorcycle) class licence.

  • You do not require a Learners Permit to learn to ride, however you must display L plates and be accompanied by an authorised instructor

  • To be granted a licence to drive an R (Motorcycle) class vehicle you must have held a licence authorising you to drive an R-E (Motorcycle) class vehicle for at least one (1) year

If you are granted a driver’s licence authorising you to ride an R class vehicle (Motorcycle) you can ride a motorcycle with an engine capacity exceeding 250cc.

Other vehicle classes you are authorised to drive:

  • R-E and R-N (Motorcycle) class vehicle

Info/Bookings

Address:

Rear of 14 Stuart Street Bunbury WA 6230

Telephone:

(08) 9791 1600

Email:

Info@bunburymotorcycleschool.com.au

Website:

www.bunburymotorcycleschool.com.au