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This is the Qride Course you will need to complete to upgrade from your L-RE (Learner permit) to your Provisional-RE or Open RE. This is where you will demonstrate all of the good techniques and systems you learned during your pre learner course. Braking, the low risk line through curves and bends, good roadcraft etc. You should be pretty good at it by now. After completing this course successfully you will be able to ride a learner approved motorcycle on your own without someone accompanying you.
From 1 July 2021 all learner motorcycle licence holders must pass the hazard perception test before you can take the Q-Ride RE Course.
All learner motorcycle licence holders must pass the motorcycle hazard perception test before upgrading their learner licence. You can take the test at any stage during your learner licence period.
Please visit the Queensland Transport website, log in to your account complete and pass the Hazard Perception Test and check your Qride eligibility.
Bring the eligibility printout with you on the day of your course or email it to us as a pdf file.
You will not be able to participate in the RE Qride Course if you do not complete and pass the Hazard Perception Test before the QRide RE Course . You will not receive a a refund or transfer of booking as per the terms and conditions.
Motorcycle hazard perception test | Transport and motoring | Queensland Government (www.qld.gov.au)
Check my Q-Ride course eligibility | Transport and motoring | Queensland Government
The Learn2ride restricted (RE) licence course is a training and assessment program designed to help learner riders further develop their riding knowledge and motorcycle handling skills. The curriculum is set by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
The objectives of the course are to ensure learner riders have the knowledge and skills to ride unaccompanied, managing the routine and more complex riding situations they will encounter while riding, to reinforce appropriate riding attitudes and a safety mindset, and to minimise the likelihood of harm due to inadequate riding knowledge, skills, or risk management.
The course forms part of an integrated training and assessment program, encompassing a pre-learner course, theory assessment and further training at the unrestricted (R) licence stage.
The course is designed for riders who have completed the pre-learner course and have on-road riding experience and feel comfortable riding since obtaining the learner licence.. This is not a beginner course.
If you hold your learner permit but have not had any riding experience you should book in for either Private training with us or enroll in the Learn2ride Pre learner course to give you the necessary skills to be able to participate in the Learner to Re Qride course.
The course is delivered module by module and learners need to be competent at each module before being able to move on to the next module. The course content and the Learn2ride delivery method focuses on proven adult learning principals.
The course is designed for riders who have completed the pre-learner course and have some on-road riding experience. It is not a beginner course.
You can enrol in the Q-Ride restricted (RE) course after you have held your RE learner licence for at least 3 months (at least 1 year if you got an exemption from the pre-learner course).
From Monday 29 March 2021, all motorcycle learner licence holders must pass the motorcycle hazard perception test before upgrading their licence.
Before Thursday 1 July 2021 if you are a motorcycle learner and are eligible to take your Q-Ride RE Course or practical riding test, you can choose to take the hazard perception test before or after your RE course or practical riding test.
From Thursday 1 July 2021, you will need to pass the hazard perception test before you take the Q-Ride RE Course or RE practical riding test.
We recommend you get as much supervised practise in as possible, but you can take the hazard perception test at any time during your learner period. The Q-Ride RE Course or RE practical driving test can only be taken after you have held your learner licence for 3 months.
Aren't you excited? Your motorcycle riding journey is about to start! The Learn2ride Qride PreLearner course runs over 2 days of 6 hours each day. The course will run over consecutive days unless otherwise noted. Once you start your Pre learner Course the 2-day program must be completed within 30 days of the commencement date. The 2-day Pre learner training course runs over consecutive days.More Information
This is the Qride Course you will need to complete to upgrade from your RE (Restricted) to your Provisional or Open R (unrestricted)More Information