Motorcycle Group Riding Course

Group Riding is a quintessential part of the motorcycling experience, a rolling social gathering that happens as naturally as a family party. It’s a fun way to keep a group together when travelling, and modern communication technology has only made it easier. Yet, even seasoned riders, if they spend most of their time solo or don’t know the others in the group well, can feel a bit unsure about the rules, expectations and etiquette of group riding. So to help you navigate the do’s and don’ts of riding in a group and become the person everyone likes to ride with, we’ve put together this course. The following are covered during this half day course.

  • Smart Rider Principles
  • Phases of Alertness
  • Planning a Ride
  • Group Riding Principles / Safety
  • Hand Signals
  • Riding Positions
  • Traffic Management
  • Practical Assessment / Riding
  • Half Day Course @R450,00 per rider.
  • Minimum of 5 riders to make up a group for training, max 10 Riders.

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Course price from

R450.00 incl. VAT

Course duration

Half Day Course

Course language


On- or off-site training


Learn to Ride a Motorcycle Beginner Course includes:

Learn how to ride a motorcycle from scratch – no experience needed at all. This course includes the fundamentals for riding and is not a motorcycle licence preparation course.

Full-day course
Includes motorcycle and helmet rental
Evaluation report

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Off-site training available at your business

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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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