How to Ride a Motorcycle for Beginners: 6 Steps (with Pictures)Digital passes and licences displayed in the mySA GOV app are a duplicate of existing physical licences and can be accepted as a valid and legal document. The incidence of motorcycle death and serious injury in South Australia has increased in recent years as a proportion of all road serious casualties, while all road user trauma has generally decreased, motorcyclist casualties are reducing at a slower rate. If you would like to start riding a motorcycle you must first attend a Rider Safe course. Rider Safe is a compulsory motorcycle rider training course for all novice motorcyclists. The course teaches the basic and advanced skills necessary for safe riding on roads. You are advised to complete the basic training course before you purchase a motorcycle. The advanced course includes a training session off-road and a practical assessment, which focuses on competent control of a motorcycle.
Easy Guide: First Time Motorcycle Riding
Learn to Ride Smart
Show less Motorcycles are fun vehicles that allow you to experience the open road. However, it's critical that you learn to ride in a controlled and safe way. Take a motorcycle safety course and get a permit or license if it is required in your region. Before you start to ride, purchase safety gear and get to know how your bike handles.
If you are reading these instructions, chances are you want to get into the world of riding a motorcycle. Riding a motorcycle is not as difficult as people think. Always wear helmets, gloves, jackets and boots. You should practice on an empty parking lot before get on public roads. If there are so many risks, why do people still ride? Because riding is fun!