The SK motorcycle learner and SK motorcycle novice stages of the Saskatchewan MGDL (motorcycle graduated drivers licence), helps both new motorbike drivers and experienced passenger vehicle drivers develop strong motorcycle handling skills before they can be awarded the unrestricted, full Saskatchewan M motorcycle license endorsement. This helps to ensure the safety of all road users. You should always first refer back to the Saskatchewan drivers handbooks, if you ever have questions about the proper way to handle a motorcycle under various circumstances and conditions. Being granted a Saskatchewan M motorcycle license comes with a great deal of responsibility, including always operating with a "safety first" attitude, having the appropriate documentation for your bike, and carrying the appropriate SK motorcycle insurance.
Novice 2 + Safe Riding (12 Months) → Motorcycle M Licence
If you're almost at the full, unrestricted Saskatchewan M motorcycle license stage, you should be feeling fairly confident in your motorcycle handling skills and able to independently drive a motorcycle in almost any road or weather condition. If you ever want to brush up on the basics and test your driving knowledge, we highly recommend our series of free SGI written test practice and Saskatchewan motorcycle practice test sets. In the tabs below are some additional items you may need to know.
Regardless of which Saskatchewan drivers licence you need to apply for, we have things covered.