So, you think you might want to be a Motorcycle Mechanic?
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Motorcycle Mechanics work on motorcycles and other vehicles such as motor scooters and all-terrain vehicles. They assemble, diagnose, maintain and repair engines, transmissions, drive systems, steering assemblies, braking systems, chassis and suspension, electrical systems, and fuel and exhaust systems. They may specialize in repairing, rebuilding, customizing or servicing these systems or assemblies.
If you want to be a Motorcycle Mechanic, you will work in BC’s Transportation Sector in one of the following settings – service shops of motorcycle dealerships and retailers or in independent service establishments. They may specialize in specific motorcycle makes, types or components.
Look below to find out which sectors of BC’s economy you can work in if you pursue this trade.
Red Seal Trade
Industry Training Authority (ITA)
Salary & Job Information
For more information on how much Motorcycle Mechanics make, the expected number of future job openings and where the jobs are, as well as current workforce opportunities specifically for this trade, visit the Work BC Career Profile here.