The Saskatchewan Safety Council has been delivering motorcycle-related programming in the province since 1974. Although always focused on safe riding, programs have evolved to meet the demands of the riding community.
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For more information about obtaining a motorcycle license, please visit SGI's website by clicking here.
"It was awesome! Would not ride a motorcycle without having taken this course. Instructors are all great, knowledgeable and fun! "
"Could not ask for anything more. Great instruction, instructors and exercises. "
"At first I was terrified but now that I understand how the bike works I feel much more confident. All instructors were patient yet firm so I didn't feel uncomfortable. Every exercise felt very valuable. "
"Very informative and beneficial. Instructors were all very patient with my lack of skill. "
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