Stratford offers a thorough introduction on ATV and motorcycle maintenance and repair that can help you learn to better recognize and diagnose repairs, improve maintenance procedures, and even teach you more about owning an ATV/motorcycle repair shop.
Whether you love riding ATVs and motorcycles as a hobby, or want to own an ATV/motorcycle repair business, Stratford's course can help you get started. In addition, you could save money by being able to make your own repairs and upgrades.
With Stratford's unique training methods, all of your ATV/motorcycle repair manuals are delivered directly to your door and digital content is offered online. So, you study at a time and pace that is most convenient for you!
Motorcycle / ATV Repair Module 1:
Getting Started in Motorcycle and ATV Repair 10 Great Opportunities Working with Motorcycles and ATVs
Motorcycle and ATV Terms and Jargon
Types of Motorcycles and Their Owners
Associations, Clubs, Gangs, Motorcycle Racing, and Motorcycle Police
A Quick Summary of Motorcycle/ATV Systems and Components
Getting Your Hands Dirty: First Steps Toward Gaining Practical Skills
Motorcycle / ATV Repair Module 2:
Modern Motorcycle Technology Part 1 Introduction to Modern Motorcycle Technology
Measuring systems, Fasteners, and Thread Repair
Basic Engine Operation and Configuration
Motorcycle / ATV Repair Module 3:
Modern Motorcycle Technology Part 2 Lubrication and Cooling Systems
Drives, Clutches, and Transmissions
Two-Stroke Engine Top-End Inspection
Two-Stroke Engine Lower-End Inspection
Four-Stroke Engine Top-End Inspection
Four-Stroke Engine Lower-End Inspection
Motorcycle / ATV Repair Module 4:
Modern Motorcycle Technology Part 3 Electrical Fundamentals
Motorcycle Charging Systems and DC Circuits
Ignition and Electric Starter Systems
Frames and Suspension
Brakes, Wheels and Tires
Motorcycle Maintenance and Emission Controls
Motorcycle / ATV Repair Module 5:
How to Repair Your Motorcycle Basics & Troubleshooting
Tires and Wheels
Cleaning Your Bike
Motorcycle / ATV Repair Module 6:
Customizing Your Motorcycle Choosing Your Ride
Workshop and Tools for Customization
Suspension, Mudguards, Chains, Footpegs and Levers
Tanks and Seats
Switching the Exhaust System
Wiring and Electrics
This program is specifically designed to serve as an introduction or enhancement of the theoretical knowledge required for the vocational application of this subject. It is intended to help individuals in the furtherance of their vocational training and is not intended as a substitute for licensing or certification requirements, which may include an apprenticeship or additional training, as required by law.
We take great pride in providing you with the most up-to-date textbooks and equipment. One or more of the above-mentioned subjects may, therefore, change if updating becomes necessary during the course of your studies. The order in which the material is presented may vary.