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    Getting a license

    Hi I have a question about after passing the knowledge test. It says I need a supervisor age 25 or older with a full motorcycle license to ride along side if I want to practice riding, problem is I don't know anyone that has it...How am I supposed to practice riding?

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    Either find someone with a class 6 license, or take a course. No other (legal) options.
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    Registered User cwyamaha is on a distinguished road
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    Ok thanks. I guess I'll take some classes. I live in Richmond, can someone suggest a place to take lessons? Also do I need to bring my own bike? Sorry I'm a complete noob =))

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    You can ride the motorcycle by yourself with a Learners as long as you pass the Motorcycle Skill Test (test is done at a parking lot) which can be taken at ICBC or through a riding school.

    Just take the course, bro. They provide the motorcycle for you to learn/take the MST.
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    Registered User cwyamaha is on a distinguished road
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    Thanks guys for the quick answers. I will take the lessons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwyamaha View Post
    It says I need a supervisor age 25 or older with a full motorcycle license to ride along side if I want to practice riding,
    I thought that you just needed someone with a class 6 and the age 25 thing was only for when you don't yet have a class 5. Do you have a class 5 driver's license already?

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    You need a supervisor if you have a learner's class 6, or class 8 learners, and have not passed the MST. Having a class 5 just means you don't have to go through the entire GLP again..with the L and N stages

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