Enjoy looking through the motorcycles you will learn to ride on. We have over 25 bikes, and you are welcomed to try different styles, as long it’s a good fit for your level of experience, your size and fit, and your style. The instructor(s) on-site will be there of course to assist you and teach you motorcycle safety. You can also take your own bike with us, if you have one, on the road ride or try it on our lot.
It’s light. It’s nimble. It costs only a few loonies to run. Hey, it’s even easy on the environment! Say hello to the Honda CBR125R. The fun and friendly Honda that has given so many Canadian riders their first taste of motorcycling excitement – and has given some long-time riders a new reason to smile, too. This is one of the easiest bikes to learn to ride on, being very light weight and extremely maneuverable especially in tight situations. 125cc, ~285 lbs, fuel injected, 6 speed.
Yamaha V Star 250
For a cruiser it's still fairly light weight, and the seat height from the pavement is the lowest of our fleet, making the V Star 250 a great trainer as well as a great choice for riders who appreciate the fun that comes in small packages. Beautiful dual chrome exhaust pipes let the engine breathe and put out that classic V-twin rumble. Stylishly sculpted teardrop fuel tank, chrome pullback handlebars in easy reach, spoked wheels. Great looking bike. 249cc, V-twin engine, ~326 lbs, carbureted, 5 speed.
Kawasaki Ninja 250R
For those beginning their two-wheeled journey, the Ninja 250R sportbike has always been a great option to start. A peppy engine translate into hours of fun for both novices and veterans. Compact, eight-valve cylinder head means a rider can wring every bit of enjoyment from each twist of the throttle. Sharp styling that matches its supersport siblings, the Ninja 250R looks fast even while standing still. Best of all: great value, affordable, and excellent fuel economy. 249cc, parallel-twin liquid-cooled, ~375 lbs, 6 speed.
This previous generation Ninja 250 is still one great bike to experience. It's particular ergonomics, chassis design, and engine placement have resulted in a motorcycle that straddles the standard and sport classes. The ZZR riding posture also falls between standard and sport. This unique motorcycle has undergone many changes throughout its quarter-century lifetime. 248cc, parallel-twin liquid-cooled, ~340 lbs, 6 speed.
Hyosung Aquila GV250
Styled to follow timeless traditions, the Aquila GV250 talks the talk and walks the walk. Compact, stable and supremely comfortable. Nothing is too much of a stress for this sweet little cruiser. High-capacity fuel tank of two-tone color with beautifully curved lines. Wide and comfortable seat and low seat height. This bike is definitely so much fun to experience. 249cc, V-twin, carbureted, air/oil cooled, ~350 lbs, 6 speed.
Powerful and smooth power, well balanced and versatile bike. Awesome in the city and capable of short highway travel. The seat is as comfortable as any standard, even for a passenger. Riding position sporty, but not intimidatingly so, as foot pegs are not mounted too high. Makes a great first motorcycle. Combined ABS for added confidence and precise braking. 249cc, inline four, fuel injected, liquid cooled, ~360 lbs, 6 speed.
Hyosung Comet 250
The ultimate in high performance. Its beautiful design is fit for a fashion model. The DOHC 8 valve engine will arouse your senses. Engine delivers dynamic acceleration with minimum vibration. Complimenting the bike is quality brakes and suspension for the ultimate ride. Performance and character in a superb user-friendly package. 249cc, V-twin, carbureted, air/oil cooled, ~440 lbs, 5 speed.
With a long list of world titles in MotoGP, World Superbike and World Supersport, Honda has a proud history in road racing. The CBR500R’s styling reflects that heritage, but the model recognizes such real-world considerations as comfort, affordability and user-friendly performance. With bodywork inspired by the other Honda Supersport line, the CBR500R boasts great performance at an affordable price. This middleweight class bike infuses a whole new level of excitement for sport riders in search of superior value along with great fun. 471cc, parallel-twin liquid-cooled, ~423 lbs, 6 speed.
This motorcycle is built to take riders to new places. Borrowing notes from the KX line and Kawasaki’s racing heritage, this street legal, dual-purpose motorcycle is designed to cut through the busy traffic of an inner city or climb up a back trail to see the landscape from a beautiful view. This was the long awaited return of one of Kawasaki’s most versatile motorcycles. The higher seat height makes it a great fit for taller rider. Enjoy all the trails, the city, and ride the highways to get there. 249cc, single cylinder liquid-cooled, ~304 lbs, 6 speed.
Kawasaki Ninja 500R
The Kawasaki Ninja 500R offers stable handling and friendly power delivery for new riders, coupled with Ninja styling and willing performance for the more experienced motorcyclist. Kawasaki’s tagline, “Let the good times roll.™”, is recognized worldwide and the brand has become synonymous with powerful, stylish motorcycles for over four decades . 498cc, parallel-twin liquid-cooled, ~388 lbs, 6 speed.