Motorcycle riders, including moped and motortrike riders, must follow the same road rules as others on QLD roads.
QRide Cairns - Pre Learner, Learner and Open Courses
The Q-Ride pre-learner course is designed to help new riders gain basic riding knowledge and motorcycle handling skills in a safe environment before learning to ride on the road. Designed for people with no riding experience the course covers the basics of riding including protective gear, riding curves, controlled braking and good roadcraft. The pre-learner course contains 34 modules that are delivered over a minimum of 2 days.
The Q-Ride restricted (RE) course is designed to help learner riders further develop their riding knowledge and skills. Designed for riders who have completed the Q-Ride pre-learner course and have some riding experience, the course reviews and builds on the pre-learner course to further develop riding knowledge and skills. The RE course contains 15 modules that are delivered over a minimum of 1 day.
The Q-Ride unrestricted (R) course is designed to reinforce riders’ knowledge and skills, and further develop higher order cognitive skills and risk management strategies. Designed for riders who have completed the Q-Ride restricted (RE) course and have significant riding experience, the course is conducted mainly on-road with regular stops to provide coaching and discuss safe riding behaviours and strategies.
Q-Ride with Bikecraft: We use well maintained, modern motorcycles and riding gear in a safe training area. If you have any questions, or to book your Cairns Q-Ride Motorcycle Rider Training Course please call Bikecraft:
Contact Jeff Read 0403 370 927
Q-Ride courses delivered by Bikecraft Motorcycle Rider Training are accredited by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
No matter what size or style of motorcycle, quad bike or utility off-road vehicle you ride, good gear is an investment in your safety and everyday riding enjoyment. Riders are vulnerable to injury in a crash, and the elements — heat, cold, rain, hail and wind.
The right protective gear could make the difference between a nasty fall and injuries that prevent you from ever riding again. The right gear can also enhance your riding enjoyment and performance by protecting you from the elements.
Riding without protective gear is a risk never worth taking. Every time you get on your motorcycle, from a trip down to the shops to a weekend ride in the mountains, you need to protect your skin and body.