Back 2 Basics

Our Back to Basics course is designed for the novice or experienced rider for the urge to refresh on the basics. Focus is placed on low speed riding techniques which translate into everyday riding.

Start date

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Course price from

R950.00 incl. VAT

Course duration

One lesson over a period of a day

Course language


On- or off-site training


Learn to Ride a Motorcycle Beginner Course includes:

Must an able bodied person;
Must be at least 16 years of age;
Must be a licensed motorcycle rider who has a moderate degree of riding experience;
Should understand English;
Back 2 Basics Training is conducted as one lesson over a period of a day;
Training Attendees to report at 08:15 to commence Training at 08:30;
Maximum of 10 Candidates per Back 2 Basics Training, minimum of 3;
Each Rider is to attend by using his/her own Licensed and Roadworthy Motorcycle;
Riding Gear to be worn at all times during training;
Meals, Coffee, Tea etc. not supplied. Attendees to provide their own;

What does the training entail:
Slow Riding Exercises Conducted;
The fundamentals of Motorcycle Riding are explained and executed in numerous riding exercises;
Emergency Maneuvers explained and extensively exercised

Interested in training for your company?

Off-site training available at your business

Contact one of our Business Sales Executives for tailored made training solutions for your business.

+27 13 744 9328

Why Learn To Ride With Us?

  • Low-pressure lesson environment.
  • Only fully insured, well maintained motorcycles are used.
  • Structured modular lessons.
  • Fully-accredited, experienced instructors.
  • LMSI members, as well as Kishugu Employees receive 10% discount


  • Be able to ride a bicycle.

Is a Code A and Code A1 riders licence the same?

  • No, a Code A1 licence allows anyone older than 16 to ride a motorcycle or scooter with an engine capacity not exceeding 125cc.
  • The Code A licence allows anyone 18 and older to ride a motorcycle or scooter with an engine capacity of any size. It also allows the operation of a motorcycle with a sidecar, a motortricycle and a motor quadrucycle.
  • Take note that if you pass the Code A Licence on a motocycle with an automatic or semi-automatic gearbox, your licence will be restricted to only riding motocycles with those gearboxes.
  • Passing the Code A Motorcycle Licence with a manual gearbox will allow you to use and legally ride any motorcycle with any type of gearbox.

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