Welcome to Moto Training NI
Northern Ireland's MCIAC accredited motorcycle training school
Moto Training NI are proud to have been awarded the coveted Motor Cycle Industry Association accreditation . We are the only school in Northern Ireland ( in fact the whole of Ireland ) to have achieved this distinction.
Moto Training NI are also the the only school in the Provence to be approved by a major motorcycle manufacturer!.
Since being established Moto Training NI has earned a reputation for quality as well as value for money. We can offer training in the greater Belfast area, and throughout County Antrim. Our main base is in Broughshane, where the training can take place around the famous Antrim coast road, and through the Glens of Antrim.
At Moto Training NI we tailor the courses to the individual rider. Taking into account your existing motorcycle skills we build on this and arrange sufficient targeted training to get you to test standard in the shortest most cost effective time available. During your training you will be taught to handle the machine in all road and traffic conditions so you become a safe rider.
We have an outstanding proven first time pass rate in both practical riding tests, due to the outstanding quality of our instructors and equipment. We are dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality of service and customer care; that is why over 90% of our business comes from personal recommendation.
Our fleet of motorcycles is being constantly updated so that we can offer the best equipment to our customers. We ensure each motorcycle is maintained regularly in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendation – students are welcome to inspect the maintenance records at any time.
WHY CHOOSE A MCIAC TRAINING SCHOOL?
Up to now, people wanting to learn to ride a motorcycle or scooter have had no way to distinguish good training schools from poor ones and there are plenty of both! Equally, training schools have had no means of letting the public know they have invested time and money in making sure that their training and equipment is of the highest standards.
Riders often choose their training provider by cost, or guarantees of a quick pass, which means many receive a poor introduction to riding. It is impossible to deliver quality training at rock bottom prices. Learning to ride safely takes time, providing well trained Instructors, good quality and reliable motorcycles and clean and well fitting helmets and clothing all cost money, not to mention petrol, insurance and administration cost