Basic Street Riding
For those with little or no experience, the Basic Courses are the perfect place to start.
Test Preps for Alumni
Class 6 Refresher
For those looking to dust off those winter cobwebs and/or get to know their personal machine better.
Off Road Academy
Riding off road has a totally different skill set than is used on pavement. Be more comfortable on gravel.
Where Freedom Begins
Great Rides start with Too Cool!
At Too Cool Motorcycle School, all of our instructors and the training lot have been certified by Alberta Transportation since 2003. The training lot located in the south parking lot at McMahon Stadium has been recognized as one of the safest facilities in Alberta.
WHAT WE DO
We teach people how to ride motorcycles. No single course or school can turn a novice rider into and experienced expert, only years of riding, along with dedicated practice, can do that. What we will do is teach you the right techniques and habits, creating a solid foundation to start a long career of riding and learning. We’ve trained tens of thousands of rider and we do it well.
We strive to provide Calgary with the best motorcycle training for both beginners and experienced riders. While we love to share our passion for riding, we also realize that riding a motorcycle poses considerable risk. We want out students to fully understand those risks and to have the knowledge, skills and attitude to deal with them. Our Chief Instructor, Trevor has raced professionally and has taught many advanced riding training courses. He’s been to many training facilities including Freddie Spencer’s Pro School, California Superbike, Rich Oliver’s Ultra Pro Camp, Colin Edwards’ Texas Tornado Boot Camp, RawHyde, Reg Pridmore’s CLASS, and Spring Mountain Motorsports Park and most recently, Yamaha Champions Riding Schoo!
CLASS 6 REFRESHER
Whether you are newly licensed or have been riding for years, it’s nice to dust off cobwebs or take it back to basics and practice the foundational skills. We will go through the techniques needed to execute maneuvers at low and intermediate speeds with emphasis on smooth machine control. Then as the police and EMS do, we focus our attention on bike control in emergencies and the decision making process needed in these situations by refreshing collision avoidance, controlled optimum braking and trail braking. (class 6 and bike required.)Learn More
You do not get to be one of our instructors by training for a weekend or two, or by simply having an instructor’s license. We like to keep our bar high. Before they work with students on their own, our instructors put in hundreds of hours as students themselves, with experienced instructors as their mentors. Furthermore, a commitment to continuous improvement of their own skills, knowledge and training techniques is a basic requirement for each and every one of our instructors which they take pride in. Some of our instructors have experience on the racetrack, from 50cc mini to professional motorcycle road racing. In addition, they have dirt and off-road experience, which is one of the best ways to broaden your skills.
TREVOR “Sandman” DECH
Trevor took to riding motorcycles when his dad sat him on a bike at the tender age of three. He began teaching in 1991 and has taught over 24,000 people since…learn more
RENE “Nature Boy” Despins
One of the greatest compliments is to have a former student from ten years prior come back and want to teach…learn more
DAYNON “Inde” Steiert
The newest member of our Team has many kms and the passion and enthuasiasm that makes him a perfect match! learn more
LANCHI “Smash” DECH
Motorcycle Operations Manager
Or known as M.O.M for short. She looks after the students and her team.learn more
JACK “Bulls-Eye” LATTA learn more
JAMIE “Hellbent” Kidd
Too Cool’s first female instructor!learn more
SANDRA “Hurricane” Morrison learn more
Some things for you to think about…
Nick Ienatsch from the Yamaha Champions school says that the military “train(s) for the threat”. For riders, it’s having fingers at the ready on your brake lever. Keith Code from[…] Read more
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SCHOOL / COURSE INFORMATION:
403.202.0099 (call or text)
Classroom: Dalhousie Community Association
On Bike: SE Parking of McMahon Stadium (overlooking 16 ave)
Too Cool Motorcycle School Inc.
PO Box 47046 CREEKSIDE
Calgary, AB T3P 0B9