In Alberta, Canada, it is important for motorcycle riders to know and follow the traffic rules in order to ensure their safety on the roads. Firstly, all riders must have a valid Class 6 Alberta motorcycle license to operate a motorcycle legally.


Alberta Motorcycle Test 01

1 / 30

What is the minimum weight for a 2 or 3 wheeled vehicle to be defined in law as a motorcycle?

2 / 30

What percentage of motorcycle accidents causing injury or fatality in Alberta happen on dry roads?

3 / 30

What's the best way of protecting your hearing when riding a motorcycle?

4 / 30

Which of these materials should you avoid for motorcycle clothing?

5 / 30

Which of these types of motorcycle helmet is the most recommended?

6 / 30

What is the maximum top speed permitted for a 2 wheeled vehicle defined as a power bicycle?

7 / 30

Under the Traffic Safety Act, which of these activities whilst riding will not result in a fine?

8 / 30

What's the safest way to navigate for your journey?

9 / 30

Under what circumstances is it acceptable to use your cellphone to talk when riding?

10 / 30

What is the only compulsory piece of rider equipment required by law?

11 / 30

Why should you not buy a used motorcycle helmet?

12 / 30

While you hold a learner's license you must not…?

13 / 30

While you hold a learner's license your blood-alcohol concentration when riding must be…?

14 / 30

Which of these is not an acceptable way for a supervisor to monitor your riding?

15 / 30

How can you exit the GDL program before your probationary period is over?

16 / 30

Why should you be very careful to avoid rapid chilling (hypothermia) when riding?

17 / 30

What's the best way of protecting your eyes and face when riding?

18 / 30

What is the first point at which you can ride without a supervisor?

19 / 30

A person supervising you must have…?

20 / 30

What is the most common (45%) type of improper riding causing accidents in Alberta?

21 / 30

When is it acceptable to read a text on your cellphone when riding?

22 / 30

What's the best way of ensuring you are visible on your motorcycle?

23 / 30

Under what circumstances can a learning rider supervise another learner?

24 / 30

Which of these shows that a motorcycle helmet is approved for use in Alberta?

25 / 30

How many demerits on your license as a learner will lead to your riding privileges being suspended?

26 / 30

If you choose to remain in the GDL program, how long will you remain on probation?

27 / 30

What is the maximum engine capacity for a 2 wheeled vehicle registered or ridden as a moped?

28 / 30

What's the best thing to do when you're feeling tired and or stressed?

29 / 30

How can you avoid overheating (hyperthermia) and dehydration?

30 / 30

Why should you dress in layers when riding?

Your score is


All riders must wear a helmet and have working mirrors on their motorcycle. It is also important for riders to follow the posted speed limit and maintain a safe following distance from other vehicles. Motorcycles are entitled to a full lane, but it is essential for riders always to be vigilant and check blind spots before changing lanes or merging onto highways. With these traffic rules in place and a dedication to safe riding practices, motorcyclists can enjoy the open roads of Alberta while minimizing the risk of accidents and injuries.

This online Alberta motorcycle practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the AB Motorcycle driver’s test required before you can get your Motorcycle operator’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Alberta motorcycle license at your local licensing office.