How to get a Class 6 motorcycle licence if you already have a B.C. driver's licence.
If you're an experienced driver with a Class 1–5 driver's licence, you can get your motorcycle licence by following these steps:
To qualify, you must
Your parent or a legal guardian must give consent for your application if you're under 19.
To prepare for the knowlege test, study the Learn to Ride Smart guide.
The motorcyle knowledge test has 40 multiple-choice questions and takes about 30 minutes.
After passing the knowledge test, you get a motorcycle learner’s licence (Class 6L).
Now you can practice riding—with some restrictions. For example, you can't go faster than 60 km/h or ride with passengers.
While practising, use the Tuning up for Riders guide. It will help you apply safe-riding skills each time you go out for a ride.
After at least 14 days (or passing a certified training course), you take a Class 6 motorcycle skills test.
When you pass this test, two riding restrictions are removed.
After holding your Class 6L learner's licence for at least 30 days, you take the Class 6 road test.
If you pass the road test, you're issued a Class 6 motorcycle licence. This is a full-privilege licence. All learner restrictions are removed.