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Get a new view of Australia with LAMS approved motorcycles

If you've ever dreamt of seeing Australia from the back of a bike, the easiest way to get started is with a LAMS approved motorcycle, specifically designed to give the new biking learner the confidence and stability they need to get the hang of driving with two wheels, instead of four.

Learner motorcycles from manufacturers like Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha come in a range of styles, from sports and cruiser models to street designs. Whether you're looking for a Kawasaki Ninja 300 with a lightweight engine or a CF Moto, you'll find the perfect beginner bike to suit you.

These bikes come with all the features you would expect from a standard bike, along with important safety features such as ABS to prevent wheel lock. LAMS will not reduce the experience for you in any way despite having less powerful engines, they just help beginners get used to being on 2 wheels.

Australia approved LAMS bikes

More than just your standard scooter, these motorcycles are structured to give learner riders the same feel of a standard bike, without as much engine power. This means that beginners can gradually grow accustomed to the riding patterns they can expect from say a powerful Yamaha or Suzuki bike.

There are plenty of exceptional bikes designed specifically for the Learner Approved Motorcycles Scheme, from the Ninja 300 to the Suzuki GSX250F. These bikes are ideal for running hot, or cold, and can often be designed with a lightweight body for easier learning.

Learner approved motorcycles

With your LAMS bikes, you could teach other biking enthusiasts how to explore the road in style on the back of a Honda CBR 500, or a Kawasaki Balius. On the other hand, you could simply give a rider with less confidence the support they need to get out on the road.

So, whether you fancy yourself on the back of a sporty Yamaha motorcycle of a Suzuki superbike, you can find a LAMS bike to learn the basics.

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