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Randburg Sports Complex, Malibongwe Drive, Cnr Malibongwe and Randburg Sports Complex roads across the driveway from the KFC in Ferndale

All payments are made prior to commencement of lessons. There are no refunds.

Payment is done by EITHER “Book Online and pay” by credit card OR by direct EFT into our account.

The “Book Online” system allows you a 30 minute paying window once you’ve selected your time slot.

EFT’s are paid to the following account:

Biker Bravado
Standard Bank Northgate

Branch Code: 001106
Account No.: 280465262
Reference: Your Name

Email proof to [email protected]

Option 1: Go the the Book Online section, select your course, wait for the calendar, select your day and time then proceed to the checkout for payment.

Option 2: Select your course, see banking details in “HOW DO I PAY?’ email proof of payment, then we’ll agree on your time slot/s by phone or text.

Please ensure that your lesson times are adhered to, excluding rain, as not showing up or change requests less than 24 hours before your lesson will be forfeited.

No, as the training is one on one, it is intended to be both instructional and enjoyable. Once you are confident with the basics you will be able to progress to the next level.

Yes, your signature indemnifies Biker Bravado Biking School, its directors, employees, associates, motorcycle manufacturers and owners of training areas against any claim that may arise from your personal injury during the training.

You can start your practical training without a learner’s licence as our private yard is not on the road. You will however, need a learner’s licence when we go out onto the public road.

Depending on your ability, we estimate it will take from 5-15 hours.

We can supply a sanitised helmet, you may dress casually in jeans and running shoes for the training sessions.

No, we have our own 200cc road bikes which we use for training and can be hired for your test. 

Yes, without the proper theoretical and practical training, you risk not only your own safety, but also the safety of others.

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