For the Riding Course:
As the course operates rain or shine, it is recommended that students bring rain gear.
If you choose to wear a helmet without a visor, eye protection is recommended.
For safety reasons, students who are not wearing the appropriate equipment will not be permitted to participate and will be withdrawn from the course. For safety reasons, students riding an illegal, not roadworthy or mechanically unfit motorcycle will not be permitted to participate. If students are withdrawn under these circumstances, they will not be entitled to a refund of fees.
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Total: 9.5 hours. Thursday 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the classroom ; Saturday OR Sunday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. riding and test.
Thursday Theory is at Sheridan College, either Davis Campus (Brampton) or Trafalgar Campus (Oakville). Bring your drivers licence, motorcycle ownership and insurance. No need to ride your bike to this classroom portion. Saturday or Sunday riding portion starts at MTOhp training lots at Hurontario St. and Derry Rd in Mississauga OR Sheridan College Oakville (Trafalgar).
Thursday night Theory takes place at Sheridan College, either Davis Campus (Brampton) or Trafalgar Campus (Oakville). Motorcycles are not required for the Thursday night Theory session.
The Saturday or Sunday riding portion begins at either MTOhp training lot: The Region of Peel Building at 7120 Hurontario St, Mississauga OR Sheridan College Oakville (Trafalgar).
After the initial parking lot exercises, you proceed to the public roadways in the Mississauga and Brampton area OR the Oakville area.
You must attend the Thursday night Theory portion before attending the riding portion of the course.
Please see these maps.
Any two-wheeled, street legal and road worthy motorcycle that can attain highway speed (100 kilometres per hour) is permitted. Scooters, as long as they can attain highway speed of 100 kilometres per hour, are permitted. Three-wheeled vehicles are not permitted.
After a brief parking lot session where riders demonstrate basic motorcycle handling skills, small groups of four riders head onto public roads, riding through residential, business and highway environments. Instructors provide structured lessons and lots of feedback to help develop riders’ pro-active safe riding strategies and increase situational awareness. Riders will also hone skills including curves, group riding and 400 series highway on and off ramps.
Testing occurs the same day you take the riding portion of your course. Road tests are conducted individually, and each road test lasts between 35 and 45 minutes. Testing begins at approximately 3 p.m. on either day, and will continue until approximately 6 p.m.
For the road test you are equipped with a radio and earpiece. You will usually be evaluated by the same instructor/examiner who taught you. Your instructor/examiner will give directions from a following vehicle as you ride through a variety of intersections and traffic environments; similar to those you were instructed on earlier in the day. With successful completion of the road test, you will you will be entered into the MTO’s electronic system as qualified to upgrade to your full M.
After the test weekend you will need to visit an MTO DriveTest Centre to complete the upgrade to M Class, with no further tests or fees.
The fee is $424 plus HST for the 2017 season, payable by Amex, MasterCard, & VISA. On-line registration only.
You only need to bring your current M2 driver’s Licence, and motorcycle ownership and insurance documents. You do not need to bring your motorcycle.
You need to ride a street legal, road worthy motorcycle or scooter, which is capable of attaining highway speed of 100 kilometres per hour. You must wear a legal, minimum DOT approved helmet; a leather or textile motorcycle jacket; sturdy leather gloves; riding pants or sturdy jeans; motorcycle boots or other sturdy leather boots that cover the ankle. You must also bring your licence, motorcycle ownership and insurance documents.
You qualify if you have a valid M2 Licence that you have held for a minimum of 22 months if you did not take an MTO approved training program, or for a minimum of 18 months if you have taken an approved program. When you come to the course, you will be required to sign an eligibility form, which states that your M2 Licence is valid, and you have held it for the required length of time. You may not take the course if your M2 Licence has expired. If you are unable to register for an M2 Exit course date before your M2 expires, you may obtain an extension from MTO DriveTest (with proof of registration for an M2 Exit course)
Yes! We are all real-world riders, and deal with real-world riding challenges. We only stop for snow and lightning!
MTOhp pass rates are extremely high. After all, you’re being trained by experienced, highly qualified instructors, who are all long time riders too. In the event you are unable to pass the test, or possibly experience motorcycle mechanical issues, re-tests are available on any subsequent courses, for $125. + HST.
MTOhp unfortunately cannot provide motorcycles for this course. The best option is to borrow a bike from a friend or family member, if possible. Currently, there do not seem to be any motorcycle rental companies that rent to riders who are not fully licensed.
Your M2 expires 5 years (60 months) from the date you received it. If you don’t have access to a motorcycle, but do not wish to lose your M2 designation, you may choose to re-qualify for your M2 by enrolling in our M1X program. MTOhp provides the motorcycle and successful completion will secure you another 5 years with your M2 Licence designation.
Motorcycles or scooters must be capable of attaining highway speed of 100 kilometres per hour. Motorcycles or scooters must be equipped with street legal tires, mirrors, functioning front and rear turn signals, functioning brake light activated by both front or rear brake control, functioning headlight, current validation sticker visible on licence plate. If you’re still not sure, or have a vintage or custom bike, please contact us for further information. If your motorcycle is deemed unsafe or not road-worthy when you arrive for your course, you will not be permitted to participate that day, and will be charged $150. fee for re-booking.
At MTOhp, we’ll take you step by step through the process of safely entering the highway, riding along, changing lanes and exiting. With easy access to two 400 series highways, we’ll provide you with lots of opportunity to safely practice and gain highway skills and confidence!
For M2 to M training courses, cancellations are allowed up to four business days prior to course start. A minimum $50 cancellation fee will be applicable. Students are permitted a one-time transfer between courses at no extra cost if arrangements are made at email@example.com a minimum of four days prior to beginning of their course. Additional transfers will be subject to a minimum $50 fee each. Any refunds or credits for early withdrawal will be at the sole discretion of MTOhp.
All students will be required to sign a waiver at the Thursday evening classroom session. Those aged 17 must bring a parent or legal guardian with them for the first portion of the classroom session.
Waiver Link: http://www.mtohp.com/M2_WAIVER_2015_WEB.pdf
Please don’t hesitate to call our office. We love talking to riders!
“I had a wonderful time this past Sunday finishing up my M2X training. Ian and Bill are very knowledgeable instructors and are there to help you along the way. They will gladly answer your questions or concerns and demonstrate by diagram or bike. I highly recommend the M1X and M2X training to anyone thinking about riding. These courses are intended to help you improve as a rider. Both M1X and M2X cover the fundamentals of riding and should be taken seriously for your safety and those around you. Best of luck to those who take the courses, stay safe!...P.S. If you can't take constructive criticism about your riding ability, consider horseback riding. You're given five years from receiving your M2 to get the full M license, so learn to ride and don't complain if an instructor calls you out. Cheers”
- Alex G (Google)
May 29, 2018