Motorcycle Learner’s Permit IBT Module 1 (€25) or Module 3 (€19) with Leinster Driving Campus (Up to 75% off)
- Car and motorbike training centre with 2.5km private road
- EDT and skid control courses
- Open seven days a week
- Both courses include all safety equipment and bike insurance
- Module 1: Designed to cover off-road techniques in three hours
- Module 3: Legal requirement for riding on the road; designed to introduce on-road practice in two hours
- Modules 2 and 4 available at discount of 10%
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required at least 5 days in advance. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must be 16 or older. All safety equipment provided. Valid at Leinster Driving Campus, Taghadoe, Maynooth, Co. Kildare only. Original price based on most expensive option. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 30 May 2012 at 2.21pm.
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Motor-unicycles never really took off due to their unfortunate inability to pop a wheelie. Double your fun with today's Groupon from Leinster Driving Campus. Choose from the following options:• €25 for a three hour motorcycle learner’s permit IBT module 1 course (Up to 75% off)
• €19 for a two hour motorcycle learner’s permit IBT module 3 course (Up to 71% off)
Revving engines with a range of road-ready training courses, Leinster Driving Campus lets students take the wheel on 2.5km of private roads seven days a week. The school aims to give novice to advanced drivers the green light with Essential Driver Training and driver instructor training, and goes beyond mirror, signal and manoeuvre with IBT courses for motorbikes. A quick highway jaunt from Dublin, the school’s courses stretch as far as the horizon with lessons until 9pm on weekdays.
Motorcycle rebels can practice kicking out their stands during a three hour IBT module 1 course at Leinster, designed to cover off-road training for beginning riders. Donning all safety and wet gear, customers will take a seat on their fully-insured bike as they review basic motorcycle controls and how to stop and start the engine. More advanced riders can opt to take the two-hour module 3 course where they will take the bars for the first time for some on-road tips and techniques. Imbibing the rules of the road and lane positioning, riders will learn how to dash and dodge traffic conditions with safety priorities at the top of the list. For more information on each course, click here.