Frequently Asked Questions - Windsor Campus | St. Clair College

Motorcycle Training - Frequently Asked Questions

Main Windsor Campus

All classes run rain or shine!

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The motorcycle training classes meet in the main lobby of the Windsor Campus entrance at 8 am sharp Saturday and Sunday.

2000 Talbot Road W
Windsor, ON N9A 6S4

Motorcycle riding classes (MOT 103N) run 8am - 6:00pm both Saturday and Sunday.

Parking is free Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. Please respect handicap spaces and any posted signs, gates.

The class takes place at the Windsor Campus. Instructors will bring you to a classroom for class time, so please meet in the main lobby. Riding is done in LOT K.

Please complete the online Registration Form. The completed form can be returned to the college via fax, email at or in person at the Registrar’s Office at the Windsor or Chatham campus location.

The college no longer accepts credit card as a method of payment. Online banking payment is preferred, however the college does accept cash, debit and cheque. Payment must be made prior to the course start date.

Leave this portion blank on the form. As long as you complete the form in full, you will be found in our system, or a student number will be created for you.

Please contact the Continuing Education Office at 519-972-2711 or to inquire and confirm the receipt of your registration.

Yes, as long as the registration form is complete and signed, someone else can register you.

Transfer, Withdrawal and Refund Policy: No show = No refund. If you do not show up or arrive late for your scheduled course, you will not receive a refund. Transfer to another section will be at the discretion of the College, subject to applicable charges and must be requested prior to your initial course date. For MOT 103N courses - For a full refund a formal withdrawal must be made ONE full business prior to the course date.

After the start of a course, refunds will be made at the discretion of college management ONLY. Please contact the Continuing Education department within 5 business days. It is the responsibility of the student to check their registration receipt and verify their registered course date against the section number and semester or term.

No, you can take the motorcycle riding course MOT 103N anytime within the 90 days after receiving your M1 beginners license from the ministry. Your M1 must be valid and brought to both days of the course. The ministry does keep riders at the M1 status for a minimum of 60 days, so you will just have to wait to process your issued paperwork from the course.

YES, for the motorcycle riding course MOT 103N.

Course participants must use our supplied motorcycles for this course.

Equipment Requirements: You will not be able to ride without the proper equipment The motorcycle training team reserves the right to send riders home with no refund if they do not wear adequate safety gear to the course.

  • Sturdy jacket (leather, denim, or other sturdy materials) and pants (heavy slacks or jeans) - holes are unacceptable
  • Sturdy boots (i.e., riding boots, work boots, hiking boots) or motorcycle shoes that cover and support the ankle
  • Full-fingered leather gloves/ full-fingered riding gloves
  • An "Approved" helmet - recommended is a full-face helmet with a face shield. Half helmets and open face helmets are acceptable however, you cannot use the novelty or beanie type helmets for this course. Please Note Helmet Exemption MO M2018-5581: Under the Highway Traffic Act, the helmet exemption applies to motorcyclists operating a motorcycle on public roadways, not on private properties (i.e., parking lots). Wearing an "Approved" helmet for the St. Clair College training course is mandatory.
  • Eye protection - helmet shields, goggles, safety glasses or sunglasses are acceptable. Glasses must be impact resistant.
  • A valid Ontario "M1" beginners' motorcycle license for the MOT 103N course
  • A waterproof jacket is also recommended for rainy days, as courses run rain or shine!

Students must be 16 years of age or older. Students under 18 years of age must have a parent or guardian accompany them for the first class to sign a consent waiver. All participants must sign a course waiver in the presence of a Senior Instructor.

For further information regarding courses at our Windsor campus, please contact:

Lisa Stott
Continuing Education Officer
Ph: (519) 972-2727, Ext. 4575