Gear / Bikes

At Pacific Riding School, we have just about everything you need when learning to ride including full use of all the gear at PRS and the instructors will choose a motorcycle for your training based on your size and height.

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we will continue to refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the World Health Organization and are committed to continue to adhere to the safest course of action for all students and employees who enter our facility. We encourage our students to bring their own gear however if you don't own motorcycle gear we have health and safety protocols in place, including:

  • Reducing class sizes
  • Sanitizing the inside of the helmets before and after use
  • Sanitizing jackets and gloves
  • End-of-day ozonate of all motorcycle gear used
  • End-of-day sanitation procedures for restroom, kitchen and other common surfaces
Gear
  • Shoei Qwest helmets (SNELL)
  • Kenwood radios for full radio communication
  • Women's and Men's Joe Rocket 13.0 Balllistic jackets*
  • Knee and shin pads
  • Safety vests
  • Warm and cold weather gloves
  • Rain suits
* With body and spine protection

Looking to purchase a motorcycle jacket, but unsure of what to look for? Here's a quick video from our friends at Motorcycle World providing some insights on picking the right motorcycle jacket. Click here for full screen HD version on YouTube.

Kawasaki KLX250
Kawasaki KLX250

This versatile dual-purpose motorcycle delivers serious on and off-road riding performance that appeals to riders of various skill levels, and provides a superior ride for confidently navigating through city streets, twisty roads and tackling off-road trails with ease.

Yamaha XT250
Yamaha XT250

The Yamaha XT250 will appeal to riders looking for a dirt-capable dual-sport bike with an approachable seat height and easy operation.

With electric starting and fuel injection, the XT250 is a trouble free machine with a long history of dependability. Off-road, due to moderate suspension travel and basic suspension units, the XT250 will do best at lower speeds and on smoother trails when riding off-road.

Honda Rebel
Honda Rebel 250

There are entry-level cruisers, and then there’s the Rebel. Sporting more style and user-friendly performance than any other 250-class machine out there. Dependable Honda four-stroke power, exceptional handling, styling is as classic as it is attractive.

Kawasaki Ninja 400
Kawasaki Ninja 400 ABS

Get ahead with class-leading power and performance with the all-new Ninja 400. Clad in sharp new Ninja styling, the Ninja 400 has an engine and chassis that are more powerful and significantly lighter than its Ninja 300 predecessor. Its stronger engine performance, light, predictable handling and relaxed, sporty riding position make the Ninja 400 both fun and easy to ride.

Kawasaki Z400 ABS
Kawasaki Z400 ABS

With class-redefining weight and performance, the all-new 2019 Z400 establishes itself as the pack leader of lightweight naked streetbikes. Clad in aggressive new styling and inspired by Japanese Sugomi* principles, the Z400 delivers ultralight handling with strong low-end power ideal for rider friendly, nimble street riding. Whether confidently navigating the city streets or parked strikingly on a street corner, this lightweight and powerful streetfighter is sure to turn heads.

Kawasaki Z650 ABS
Kawasaki Z650 ABS

Aggressive, supernaked Z styling comes to life in an ideal blend of sporty performance and everyday versatility. Featuring a lightweight chassis that contributes to its overall light weight* and a strong, torquey engine at its core, the Z650 naked sportbike is a compact middleweight unlike any other. With each ride, smooth power and nimble handling make the Z650 incredibly fun and easy.​

Vulcan 650
Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS 650

Unlike any other cruiser, the Vulcan® S is geared up to fit a wide range of riders. Kawasaki Ergo-Fit parts are available to lengthen or shorten the reach to the bars or further raise or lower the seat. The brake lever and clutch are both adjustable to fit a variety of riders. Never taking away from its stylish features, this bike takes comfort, adjustability and confidence-inspiring power to the next level.

Looking to purchase a motorcycle, but unsure of which one fits you? Here's a quick video from our friends at Burnaby Kawasaki providing some insights on picking the right motorcycle. Click here for full screen HD version on YouTube.