John (Chief Instructor)
I've been riding motorcycles for 24+ years and I'm loving every mile! My passion has grown for this sport throughout the years and when I approached a training school 15 years ago and started my career as a Alberta Transportation Certified Motorcycle Instructor, it only got better! I have learned so much from the training I have received and passing on that knowledge to new students just intensifies my enthusiasm! I currently ride a 2018 Harley Davidson Road Glide Special.
Dave (Assistant Chief Instructor)
I've been riding for 40 years and hoping for at least another 40!! I started on a Vespa and soon graduated up through 13 bikes since then. I have been a licenced instructor for 9 years and through all my training, including a police/civilian course, I have realized that there's a lot more to learn. I also have a passion to teach and help others improve their riding skills. I currently ride is a 2008 Harley Davidson Road King.
My riding life started back in the early 60’s and I’ve watched the motorcycle industry change over the years but even after five and half decades one thing has never changed, and that's my passion for riding. I’ve been a licensed motorcycle instructor for 20 years and as an instructor I try to impart in a student the fundamentals of riding properly, safely but also allowing a student to experience the absolute joy and freedom that comes with riding a motorcycle. I currently ride a 2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited.
In 1970 my parents bought me a mini-bike for my birthday. I was hooked and have been riding ever since. I'm very passionate of the sense of freedom and pure joy I derive while riding. I instructed in the past for another local school and decided I wanted return to it to help new riders learn the necessary skills. My daily ride is a 2011 Harley Davidson Road Glide.
I've been riding motorcycles since I was 16 years old. My first ride was a 1978 Kawasaki KZ 400. I ride every chance I get and I believe that the best riders are the ones who are constantly learning and practicing their skills. One of my longest journeys I've ridden was to Texas and back. I currently ride a 2016 Harley Davidson Road Glide Ultra.
“Riding a motorcycle isn’t just a hobby, it’s a lifestyle. The sense of freedom, the adrenaline, comradery all the while being completely badass; is just a few reasons why receiving my motorcycle license changed my life. It all started a few years ago at this very school and now being a part of this school allows me to share my passion for riding while maintaining a high level of respect for rider safety and assisting students to be knowledgeable, skilled defensive motorcyclists. I currently ride a 2017 Fat Boy Lo Special.