Motorcycle Masters is excited to announce that for the second year in a row, a civilian class will be open to the public in partnership with the Great lakes Police Motorcycle Training Seminar.
The civilian training seminar and competition (should you wish to participate) is designed for everyone, experienced motorcycle riders and first time competitors. This is a training opportunity that will make you a better and safer rider, provide you with an experience you will remember and perhaps forge a few friendships within the police motor officers as well as the civilian riders communities.
The 2020 Great Lakes Police Motorcycle Training Seminar (GLPMTS) is being hosted by the Waterloo Police Service from August 19 to August 22, 2020. This exciting 4 days event attracts police motorcycle officers from across North America. The event concludes on August 22 with a thrilling competition that will test the participants knowledge and skills that they have acquired.
The price of $375 per rider participating in the training seminar includes 4 days of training with some of the best instructors, all the meals, event in the evenings and a banquet dinner at the end of the seminar.
You are responsible for any other costs such as hotel/accommodation, travel, fuel, repairs etc.
Non-riding spouse/partner wishing to accompany the participant are welcome at a price of $150 to be paid on registration day.
Cambridge Centre Mall
355 Hespeler Road, Cambridge
Cambridge Hotel and Conference Centre
700 Hespeler Road, Cambridge
Cambridge Hotel & Conference Centre is an independently owned full service hotel with 137 guest rooms, the newly renovated Bruce Craft House with stone fired oven and 10,000 square feet of conference space. Unique to region, the Cambridge Hotel & Conference Centre is proudly independently owned. Unrestricted by familiar franchise policies, our independence encourages our hospitality team to take every opportunity to go above and beyond your expectations. We are located directly off the 401 on HWY 24/Hespeler Rd in Cambridge, part of the Tri-Cities and one of the fastest growing areas in Canada.