I am a Police Vehicle Operations instructor at the Ontario Police College and am in charge of the Motor Officers training program.  I have more than 30 years riding experience, 20 years of policing and over 12 years in Police Motorcycle training. I am a certified Master Instructor who believes that you can always improve your skills, safety and learn new techniques. 


Over 5 years ago, I noticed that there was a lack of training for civilian riders after the initial rider training required to get a riding permit/licence. Although Canada's Police Motor Officers ride for a living and must be diligently trained to ensure their safety as well as ours; these riding techniques are also essential to each and every rider.  

That is when I decided to do something to close the gap between initial civilian riding training and Motor Officers training.  Taking everything I have learned and taught, I designed an advanced rider training course for all motorcyclists whether they ride for fun, for a living, to get places, and whether they ride solo or in a group.   

Motorcycle Masters (MCM) courses are based on my professional and personal experience; however, these courses are also continuously improving with our instructors bringing their own experience, as well as with the help of our course participants through their feedback.  At the end of the day, the course will have improved your skills and you will leave a better, safer rider, with a confident smile on your face.  


Jim Mulligan

Owner / Instructor













I am a retired Police Officer with 32 years of policing experience. My last 15 years I spent as a police motorcycle officer conducting high level VIP motorcycle escorts in the national capital area. My last 6 years on the job were spent as a lead police motorcycle instructor.

I've been fortunate enough to be part of a motorcycle team where everyone rides at an elite level. In doing so, we've all been able to push one another and improve each other's riding skills. I've had the pleasure of teaching numerous amounts of motorcyclists at low and high speed riding levels, and I look forward to doing the same with new riders in the future.


My main goal is to have everyone I have taught be able to maneuver a motorcycle safely and proficiently.


Rick Comba












I am a retired police officer with 32 years of experience. I also served with the Canadian Armed Forces. 


I have been riding motorcycles for 36 years. I have been riding police motorcycles for 32 years both in Bermuda and Canada on routine patrol and on escort duties. 


I am certified instructor who worked for Deeley Harley Davidson instructing the Police Motorcycle course at the Ontario Police College for 9 years prior to my retirement. 


The safety skills taught on the MCM course are the same skills I’ve used, practiced and taught to hundreds of officers and civilians. 


This training increases your braking, awareness and ability to handle your motorcycle and its equipment. 


Together we will learn to be better safer and confident when we need it the most. I look forward to riding with you. 


Dave Blackwell













I am a volunteer firefighter and towing operator with a strong belief in ongoing training and safety awareness.

I grew up around motorcycles. I started riding motocross, then moved onto street bikes and I have been licensed for 8 years. 


One day, while in Daytona, I saw a professional riding demo, purchased the DVD and immediately started practicing the techniques. I eventually heard of MCM and took the advanced riding course where I instantly fell in love with the training and cone patterns. I attended every MCM course, started helping out and a couple years later, I was given the opportunity to take the level 1 police course. I also competed in rodeos/competitions which pushed my limits. 


Every course I took with MCM as well as every competition I participated in, made me a better and safer rider.  In 2019, MCM gave me the opportunity to instruct.  I enjoy helping riders become more comfortable on their bikes, while at the same time making them safer on the roads. I encourage every rider I meet to take this course and jump at any opportunity to practice. 


Dave Cormack















I currently work as a police sergeant in a regional police service in the province of Québec. I am in my 29th year of service and work in the patrol division. I also work as a trainer within the police service and our provincial police academy, l'École nationale de police du Québec.

I have been riding motorcycles for 36 years and am a certified Level I & II police motorcycle operator trained by the Ontario Police College.

I participate in motorcycle skills competitions yearly in the US and Canada. I ride a Harley Davidson Road King Police as well as a BMW R1200 RTP police motorcycle.

The sport of motorcycle riding is one of passion; however, it requires certain skills that come from proper training and practice. MCM will teach you the proper skills to be a safe motorcycle operator and a better rider.

The best day of motorcycle riding is when you can do so the next day because you were safe on the road today.

Be well and ride safe!















I am a currently serving Police Motorcycle Officer and have been riding for over 10 years. 

Although I ride a Harley for living, I enjoy riding my Triumph Trophy on my days off and I can tell you that the skills you will learn with MCM will apply to any types of ride.

Instructing with MCM is a fun and rewarding way for me to give back to the motorcycling community and help the riders be safe on the roads. 


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Stef Blackman



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