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Can-Am Spyder/Ryker Tactics

Learn To Ride a Can-Am 3 Wheel Vehicle This new course is a partnership program with BRP that allows you to ride a Spyder or the NEW Ryker for 60% off the normal course prices. Limited Introductory special price of 60% off equates to $199.00


Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Do you want to learn to ride? This is our premier motorcycle program and provides comprehensive training. Bikes provided and gear available.


Rider Tactics 1 - Upgrade Your Skills

Are you preparing for your Alberta Class 6 Road Test? Do you want to refine your skills? Need more confidence with your riding skills? This two-hour customized course is the course for you, or your friend.


Jason - Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Tuesday, Jul 21, 2020

Amazing two days of training. Gord and J-F were great. Learnt a lot more than expected as both were very flexible in helping all of us with a lot of 1on1 discussion as well as group discussions throughout the two days. Chris was awesome with the on road portion capping off the course. I would recommend rider elements to anyone including those who have experience riding. You'll be surprised what you'll learn. Thanks again to TNT.

C Wong - Rider Tactics 1 - Upgrade Your Skills

Monday, Jul 6, 2020

Deryl is a great instructor. I took the course to improve my road riding skills and I picked up a lot of pointers. Will be checking next year for more training courses. Thank you.

Nem - Rider Tactics 1 - Upgrade Your Skills

Tuesday, Jun 30, 2020

I thought I already knew everything in motorcycle driving not until I got my Rider Tactics !-Upgrade your Skills brief training/course with Deryl. Masterful instructions and keen observation of what i needed improved and corrected are all laid down to me right before my eyes by this great man. With Deryl as your Instructor, man you cant go wrong.! Thanks TNT and Thanks Deryl, More power to you guys!!! i will definitely refer you to my friends. Nem

Rochelle - Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Thursday, Jun 18, 2020

I had been thrown from my horse!!! Needless to say I had little or no experience and what little I had left me completely unprepared for the power of my bike. It had always been my dream to ride my own Harley so I when Julianna called & told me they were going to add additional dates I was thrilled. I woke up Monday morning and watched the website like a hawk to secure a date. The prep material was very thorough but the day came and I was very nervous. I showed up and met Gord & Chris....they instantly put my mind at ease. I learned so much the first evening and was pleased that only one activity frustrated me a little. The next day was a long day, Both Gord & Chris we’re extremely patient & worked with me until I got it. I had such an amazing experience at the TNT learn to ride. I would highly recommend them to anyone who wants to learn how to ride. Like the instructors the other students were awesome too, very supportive & encouraging. Thank you TNT!!!

Scott - Rider Tactics 2

Thursday, Jun 18, 2020

I took Rider Tactics 1 five years ago and had so much fun, I enrolled with a friend in Rider Tactics 2 last week. It was such a great course to brush up on skills; Deryl is a fantastic instructor. He pushed us just enough to keep us challenged but maintained a safe learning environment the entire time. The equipment is great and the location is easy to get to. I will be back to take another course in the future.

Melane - Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Tuesday, Jun 16, 2020

I recently had the pleasure of participating in the Rider Elements - Learn to Ride course, instructed by Chris and Gord. What an amazing experience!!! I loved everything about it - from the professional way that phone calls and emails were responded to by Julianna, to the lot instruction and road testing by Gord and Chris respectively. This motorcycle instruction program runs like a well oiled machine - top notch and well worth your time and money. I highly recommend checking them out if you want to become a more competent rider. Many thanks to Chris and Gord for sharing their knowledge and love of motorcycling : )

Catherine - Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Tuesday, Jun 9, 2020

When I first signed up for the course I wasn't sure if I was even going to like riding. I enjoy being a passenger but me controlling a motorcycle...never in a million years thought I would be able to. Fast forward to June 6th it had just stopped raining and we arrived at the West Edmonton Assembly and I seen the bikes already to go and my nerves almost got the better of me. My instructors were Chris and Gord and my first impression of them was they seemed like nice guys who knew there stuff. My first day didnt got super well but they both reassured me that i was doing okay and that I would get better as the course progressed. I went home a little defeated as I struggled a little but I eager to start day 2. Day 2 was interesting. They didn't lie when they said they run Rain or shine and by halfway through Sunday I was soaked, cold and miserable but I was having the time of my life. Being told that I was doing fine by both Gord and Chris helped boost my confidence and by lunch I felt like I could actually pass the course. I think they both knew I was a little nervous though and put me in the first group to do the road portion and I thank them for that as my nerves would have gotten the best of me if I had to sit and wait. At the end of the day I passed the course and I couldn't be happier. I want to give a huge thank you to Chris and Gord for being amazing instructors and for TNT for being awesome as well. You guys helped me realize my love for riding a motorcycle and I hope to get my own real soon (after I practice a bit more of course)

Bernard D - Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Monday, Jun 8, 2020

I can only say good things - I have just finished and passed my Rider Elements program hours ago (in rain for close to 15 hours both days combined) and I had to give praise and credit for Chris and Gord, both friendly, humorous and down to earth instructors. Chris owns the school and he clearly has too many years of motorcycle rider knowledge and for tremendous reasons. I woke up recently one morning and thought of purchasing a bike. I've even told myself I wouldn't get one because of how dangerous it is. Chris and Gord recognize the dangers and stress that safety is a priority, like with any sport you pick up. The point is, I have zero experience on a motorcycle and a huge gap in my manual transmission experience since (18 years ago). They taught me how to ride a motorcycle like your mom or dad would teach you how to ride a bicycle in no time at all. I felt comfortable and that is because of my trust in these men. Every advice and ask from them I had followed through and they gave me confidence every time because they would acknowledge that I've followed their advice and provided me with additional tips to continue. Every hour of this course that goes by is a different activity and something learnt. I've grown my skills from each activity presented and they all add up at the end. Everything you learn in the lot is transferred on the road. 90% of the time you're on your bike learning, the 10% is theory and discussion. Furthermore, Gord is a remarkable instructor too. He saw the nervousness I had and he acknowledged that and he gave me reassurance every time. He allowed me additional practices to perfect any activity and to get ready for my road test with Chris and the Lot test at the end. Thank you Gord for what you do and I admire your ability to instruct. Thank you Chris for serving the motorcycle community in Edmonton and every where else. I'm sure you know you make an impact and share the good in motorcycling. I hope to participate in the Rider Tactics soon, to learn more from you.

R Maxwell - Can-Am Spyder/Ryker Tactics

Friday, May 29, 2020

I found this course to be well worth the time and money. I now feel more confident driving my Ryker and have a much better understanding the capabilities of this fun vehicle. It was a good mix of closed course and on road driving.

Friend G. - Rider Elements - Learn to RIDE

Monday, May 25, 2020

clutch in, clutch out...... shift up, shift down. These are the types of things that we can remember with not much issue. Chris and J.F were there to teach me (us) about everything in-between that matter the most. Being familiar with the sounds and feels that the bike gives us is just as, in not more important than being able to remember the basics that will get you out of 1st gear and into second. Being able to out everything together Into one fluid motion is the overall key to being able to ride a motorcycle. Can't thank you guys enough for the 15 hours you've spent with us. Steve, thanks for the road ride and the criticisms made. Definitely a course everyone should take. I'll see yas next spring to shake the dust off !!