Basic lessons

PROMO!!  (Update: $100 all redeemed)

$46 or $100 off Silver Basic Course*

PLEASE NOTE: Course Participation Agreement (also included on invoice and registration package) applies. This promo is only applicable on new registrations as of 1pm Calgary time Jan9, 2021.  No adjustments will be made on previous registrations.  $100 promo will only apply to the first 23 PAID (Now all redeemed); $46 promo ends 11:59pm Calgary time Feb 07, 2021.  Payment must be made for promo to apply whether by limited quantity or by the date and time respectively – requesting a spot and not making payment does not apply, as it does not reserve the promo pricing or your spot.


SILVER:
  18.5hrs on-bike,  $623 +gst = $654.15 (Promo: $549.15 / $605.85)

GOLD:  23hrs on-bike,  $723 +gst = $759.15 ** suspended until further notice**

PRIVATE:  9hrs private, 9.5hrs group,  $1289 = $1353.45

INTRO:  2.5hrs on-bike,  $379 +gst = $397.95 ($100 credit upon successful completion towards Basic course when taken within same season)

  • 4.5hrs Online Theory
  • Bikes: use of at least 4*1 for intro different types in various styles
  • Gear: helmet, riding jacket, gloves, boots,
  • Online resources: videos, training manual
  • Graduation Certificate*intro excluded for Insurance rate reductions
  • Grad perks*intro excluded 

Courses run April – October, weather(/health emergency) dependent

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Valid Alberta Class 1,2,3,4,5 GDL/Full or recognized equivalent.
  • At least 16 years of age, parental waiver required if under aged.
  • Proficient balance on a two wheel non-stationary pedal bike.
  • Additional flexibility required for possible reschedule for earliest and latest courses in the season due to weather.
  • Must agree to terms of participation

ONLINE THEORY PORTION:

In the classroom instruction portion students are introduced to some of the controls of the motorcycle, and some of the theory behind their operation. Also discussed are some topics like how to choose the right motorcycle for you, safety equipment, as well as road, traffic and weather hazards.

Perhaps the greatest emphasis is placed on the importance of rider attitude.

Our classroom section concludes with an exam covering all topics discussed. The classroom is also the best place to have questions answered on a wide range of subjects as the on-bike portion of the course is devoted mainly to riding.

*access available upon confirmation of registration

MOTORCYCLE PORTION:

To begin, our first section of the course is focused on the absolute basics: getting on and off the bike, pushing the bike, parking it, starting up and shutting down the engine. Following this we cover moving off and stopping, slow-speed riding and shifting up and down.

Our second section is done using exercises which make up the foundation of operating a motorcycle. You will learn techniques needed to maneuver the bike at slow and intermediate speeds with an emphasis on smooth machine control.

The third section is similar to Police and EMS training where we use the same techniques to help with bike control in emergencies and the decision-making process needed in these situations. You are taught collision avoidance, controlled optimum braking and trail braking during this section and are given time to practice and reinforce those skills.

If you are deemed ready by our instructors, you will take part in our fourth section which takes you on a controlled group ride with your classmates and instructors. The duration of the ride will be dependent on the groups’ skills levels. The ride tries to cover all types of conditions beginning with slow, low-traffic residential routes and works up to major roads.

The on-bike training is located at the South East parking lot of McMahon Stadium.

Silver $623 +gst
4.5hrs online classroom
SILVER: 2 options

SILVER Weekday Afternoons Mon-Thurs*
• Day 1: 11:46am – 4:45pm
• Day 2: 12:23pm – 5:00pm
• Day 3: 12:23pm – 5:00pm
• Day 4: 11:46am – 5:00pm

Silver Weekday Evenings Mon-Thurs*
• Day 1: 5:23pm – 10:30pm
• Day 2: 5:23pm – 10:00pm
• Day 3: 5:23pm – 10:00pm
• Day 4: 5:23pm – 10:30pm

Silver Weekend Afternoons Sat/Sun x2*
• Day 1: 10:46am – 3:45pm
• Day 2: 11:23am – 4:00pm
• Day 3: 11:23am – 4:00pm
• Day 4: 10:46am – 4:00pm

Silver Weekend Evenings Sat/Sun x2*
• Day 1: 4:23pm – 9:30pm
• Day 2: 4:23pm – 9:00pm
• Day 3: 4:23pm – 9:00pm
• Day 4: 4:23pm – 9:30pm

*Exceptions: due to CFL schedule, changes to May 15,16, 22
• Day 1: 10:46am – 3:45pm
• Day 2: 11:23am – 4:00pm
• Day 3: 11:23am – 9:00pm

June 13,18,19 & June 27, July 3,4 as below:
• Day 1: 10:46am – 3:45pm
• Day 2: 5:23pm – 10:00pm
• Day 3: 11:23am – 9:00pm

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Please select the course you are interested in. Please note the type as well (Silver vs Gold) and keep in mind that availability is not updated in real time. Hint: Choose an alternate date in addition to any "full/waitlist" ones you are interested in. You will receive a registration package which will only be reserved for 24 hours. Please keep an eye on your spam/junk folders and let us know if you have any questions about the course.

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Please utilize the space below to add any additional questions or comments including if you are registering with another person or group of people. Also for order of preference if you selected more than one option for courses. If your first choice is full/waitlisted, it is recommended that you choose a secondary option while you wait. TIP: Select a second choice just in case your first choice is full.

AGREEMENT OF CONDITIONS
The following outlines the terms, conditions, and policies set forth by Too Cool Motorcycle School Inc.
(TCMS) pertaining to registration in a course with TCMS. This is to help assist you in preparing yourself for your course.
Terms & Conditions: Effective May 18, 2020, precedes any other copies
Submitting your registration and payment constitutes that you have thoroughly read in its entirety, understood and are agreeable
with the following terms and conditions.
I. REGISTRATION PREREQUISITES:
BASIC COURSES: Silver, Gold and Intro
• MUST provide proof of a valid minimum class 5 Graduated Driver’s License (GDL or Full) or equivalent,
• Be at least sixteen (16) years of age with parental consent required for minors,
• You DO NOT have to have your knowledge test done prior to your course – it is NOT a learner’s license
• You are required to wear a full-faced helmet and all protective gear provided whether as a whole or at the discretion of
TCMS in addition to your personal gear*
• MUST have the ability to proficiently ride a 2-wheeled pedal bike at slow speed (5km/hr and below). We require that you start or get back on your pedal bike prior to your on lot practical session. The safety of everyone present is our paramount concern. The inability to balance will mean that you will be sent home as balance is a requirement in order for you to safely operate a motorcycle.
• You must do the homework that is provided to you. Failure to do so can and most often does result in unsuccessful outcomes for the student*
GROUP TEST PREPS:
• Must have graduated from Too Cool or have proof of a graduation from an Alberta accredited school.
PRIVATE PREPS / SESSIONS:
• MUST provide proof of a valid minimum class 5 Graduated Driver’s License (GDL or Full) or equivalent,
• Be at least sixteen (16) years of age with parental consent required for minors,
• You must be able to demonstrate within the first 30 minutes that you have sufficient control and understanding of the operations of the motorcycle. It will be at the discretion of the instructor whether or not you will go on the road and or continue on the road. The inability to demonstrate control of the motorcycle and safe navigation within traffic will mean that you will be sent home.
REFRESHERS
• MUST provide proof of a valid class 6 Graduated Driver’s License (GDL or Full) or equivalent,
• Be at least sixteen (16) years of age with parental consent required for minors,
• You will also require a DOT approved helmet, appropriate riding gear, and a bike that is in proper working order,
• Up to-date registration and insurance.
• Again, the inability to demonstrate control of the motorcycle in order to participate in the class will mean that you will
be sent home.
OFF-ROAD ACADEMY
• MUST provide proof of a valid minimum class 5 Graduated Driver’s License (GDL or Full) or equivalent,
• Be at least sixteen (16) years of age with parental consent required for minors,
• You will also require a full faced and DOT approved helmet, appropriate riding gear, and a bike that is in proper working
order,
• Up to date registration and insurance if using a personal bike.
Rental of a DR650 is available .......................................................................................$149
with optional liability waiver (refundable deposits required)......................................$69
*May be impacted by Covid Guidelines
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II. REGISTRATION FEES AND CONFIRMATION:
• To secure your seat in the course, payment in full and all completed forms MUST be submitted.
• As your confirmation email and any correspondence that may follow will be sent to your email, it is your responsibility to make sure it is correct and up to date. Any issues or questions must immediately be brought up to TCMS. We are not responsible for courses or course material missed as a result of any missed correspondence.
III. CANCELLATION / REBOOKING / REFUNDS / DEEMED UNSUCESSFUL:
**No Refund once a course has commenced under ANY circumstances. **
CANCELLATION (Unless superseded by a non-refundable promo)
• 14 full days before your Basic course or classroom whichever is first ......................$69
• 14 full days before your Basic course & after classroom...........................................$146
• 14 full days before your Refresher &Privates / Test Preps & Off-road............. $92 / $69
• Within 14 days of ALL courses.............................................................................No Refund
REBOOKING (Does not apply when superseded by a non-refundable promo)
• 14 full days before your Basic course.............................................................................$69
• Within 14 days of ALL courses........................................................................... 50% of fees
DEEMED UNSUCESSFUL
For the Basic Course, in the event that you do not successfully demonstrate the skills required to proceed to graduation day, you will be offered one opportunity where space is available to redo part or all of the 4 on bike modules as per the discretion of the instructor at a rate of $110 per day for Silver and $135 per day for Gold. Modules required will be at the discretion of the instructor. To be done by 30 days unless otherwise arranged. If you require a full redo of the onbike, there may be a mandatory minimum 30 waiting period to be more prepared.
IV. WEATHER:
TCMS reserves the right to reschedule or cancel a course in the event of weather or issues beyond our control. We will do our best to work with your schedule and our availability. However, the cancellation/refund policies will still apply if you choose to cancel. If your schedule does not allow you to complete the remainder for 30 days and over, you are responsible for keeping on
top of review to be prepared when you continue and you may be required to retake the previous module at the discretion of TCMS. If the reschedule occurs at the end of the season where we are unable to schedule you, your course will be deferred to
the next season. Again, the cancellation / refund policies still apply in all cases.
V. REASONS FOR DISMISSAL & TERMINATION OF REGISTRATION:
PREGNANCY
If you are pregnant, this course is not for you. If you become pregnant after having booked your course, please contact our office immediately. If it is discovered that you failed to disclose or conceal that information to continue with the course, your registration will be terminated immediately.
LATE ARRIVALS / MISSED MODULES
As the curriculum is progressive, you are required to be on time to your class. Late arrivals WILL be turned away. Each module
requires the successful completion of the previous module and therefore missing a day in whole or part will result in termination
of registration for the remainder of your course.
ALCOHOL / DRUGS / ABUSE / FALSE INFORMATION PROVIDED
Participants can and will be dismissed with the immediate termination of registration due to any and all behaviours TCMS finds
to be inappropriate, unsafe, or illegal including and not limited to the following reasons:
• Found to be under the influence of alcohol and /or drugs, failure to follow instructions
• Harassment of any kind towards anyone including and not limited to a classmate, instructor, or staff of TCMS
• Falsified or failing to correct and an all incorrect information provided at registration
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VI. SUBSTITUTIONS, TRANSFERS OR ADDITIONS:
Substitutions, transfers or additions of any kind are prohibited during the course. In some cases, a transfer will be allowed prior
to the course at the discretion of TCMS with sufficient notice and all requirements/prerequisites are met. An administrative fee of $69 will be due.
VII. GIFT CERTIFICATES:
Transfers of certificates will be allowed under approval of TCMS and cannot be redeemed for cash. Purchasers can request
reissue of lost certificates with proof of purchase and will be subject to a $23 processing fee. Cancellation and rebooking policies apply once certificates are redeemed for a course.
VIII. COVID GUIDELINES:
For the health and safety of all of our students and our team, TCMS will not only be following the protocols and guidelines set
forth by the Alberta Government and Health Services but additional protocol with the advise and approval of our medical
professionals and expect that our students will adhere to the rules set out in our Covid Guidelines as provided and attached.  Anyone found repeating a violation will be asked to leave and have their registration terminated immediately.
IX. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
• TCMS reserves the right to refuse registration by anyone at any time and for any reason.
• TCMS also reserves the right to change and update their conditions at any time.
• Again, by continuing with this registration you are acknowledging that you have thoroughly read through this Agreement
and the attached COVID Guidelines in its entirety and understand its contents.
• You certify that you have taken the opportunity to ask any questions pertaining to your registration and the Covid
Guidelines and are clear on the answers provided.
• You certify that the information you have given pertaining to your registration is deemed to be correct and truthful.
• You also understand that you are to email LearnToRide@TooCoolRides.ca to make any corrections and/or additions to your registration.
AGE OF MINORITY
• Must be signed by a Parent or Legal Guardian if the student is under the age of minority in Alberta at the time of registration.
• In the event the student turns 18 before or during the course, correspondence will cease to be copied to the
Parent / Legal Guardian unless the authorized by the student by sending in an email to TCMS.
Student Signature:______________________________________________
Full Legal Name: ________________________________________________
Date Signed:____________________________________________________
ParentalSignature:______________________________________________
Full Legal Name: ________________________________________________
Date Signed:____________________________________________________
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COVID GUIDELINES (as reference in Terms and Conditions)
For the health and safety of all of our students and our team, TCMS will at minimum be following the protocols and guidelines set
forth by the Alberta Government and Health Services. As such, we expect all students to adhere to the following. Anyone found
repeating a violation will be asked to leave and their registration terminated immediately.
Guidelines: Effective May 18, 2020, precedes any other copies
I. DAILY PRE-CLASS CHECK-IN
You will be required to digitally fill in and sign off on a health questionnaire on each day prior to their attendance – to be done
on the student’s personal devices.
II. GEAR
SCHOOL GEAR
School gear are to be checked in and out following procedures at the directions of the instructors.
While we have always followed and practiced extensive disinfecting/sanitization procedures even before COVID-19 and are taking additional measures to minimize the risk to our students, we still do recommend students purchase their own helmet and riding
gloves to even further minimize that risk.
PERSONAL HELMET AND GLOVES
• full-faced helmet that is DOT approved at a minimum and no older than 5 years,
• motorcycle gloves with adequate knuckle armour
III. MOTORCYCLES
• Students are only permitted to be beyond 2m and must not sit on/use a motorcycle without approval from an instructor
• Student must have full gear on, prior to approaching and sitting on the motorcycle
• Accidental cause or witness of cross-contamination, must immediately be brought to the attention of an instructor
IV. PHYSICAL DISTANCING
PERSONAL SPACING
• Students must adhere to a physical distance of 2m at all times ESPECIALLY during skills explanations and breaks.
• Students will be assigned a chair for the duration of the course. Named for easy reference and peace of mind.
• For shelter from weather, students will be assigned locations within the trailers
TIP OVER OR CRASH
• remain calm, make sure you are ok, leave your visor closed, hit the emergency switch
• DO NOT pick up your motorcycle. If you are ok, please move away from it so that the instructor may pick it up for you
• If you are not ok, try to remain calm and where you are. The instructors will assist you
• If you witness a tip over or crash, DO NOT attempt to assist please leave it to the instructors
V. PERSONAL ITEMS, SANITIZATION & DISINFECTING
• While we will have sanitizers and disinfectants on site, we do recommend that each student comes with a personal bottle
on their person to even further limit cross contamination and peace mind.
• To decrease risk, we are requiring students to bring their own water bottles and snacks
• Students must sufficiently sanitize their hands after use of the porta-pottie and
• Students must be cognizant of hand placement around their face during the course and gearing up or down
• To prevent unnecessary cross-contamination once students are changed into their gear, personal items must be locked in their vehicles. This includes cellphones, wallets, shoes and jackets.

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