This course is a supplement to the main M1 to M2 Training program. Students taking this option will be merged in with the main M1 course. Please see the M1 to M2 pages for the main content information.
The primary purpose is to refresh and deepen the skills learned in the main course. Students seeking more coaching, more riding time and more confidence will appreciate this course option. This course will also appeal to students who have taken any CSC M1 to M2 course and may not have ridden on the street afterwards, perhaps due to lack of a motorcycle.
Students who have taken the MTOhp or Sheridan course within the last two riding seasons may attend. The student have the option of attending the complete Saturday and Sunday portion or may self select their start time depending on their needs. For example if you did well on the Saturday basics but want more time on the curves or emergency work then starting at Saturday at the end of lunch or Sunday morning may suit you needs.
If you attended another college or CSC program within the last two riding seasons then we request that you complete the entire weekend including the Thursday night classroom. This longer requirement is so that you experience the complete MTOhp content. If coming in from other than MTOhp you will need to show proof of successful completion of the CSC M1 program.
The riding test on Sunday afternoon is at your option and is included in the cost. If you have not successfully completed the program before then this is the chance to earn your CSC Grad certificate. Students who have not completed the MTOhp M1 program may see this as a better, more relaxed option to complete the course rather than the shorter M1x Retest course that has less practice time.
MTOhp students from a prior year who were not successful will find the extended riding time beneficial.
See the “Register Now” page for the schedule.
“They started me off in the right direction and taught me how to continuously learn and apply the knowledge to be safe out there on the road.”
- Dhru S  (Facebook)
Jul 16, 2017