Release date: July 25, 2022
Deadline for Submission: August 08, 2022, no later than 4 pm EDT.


The MCC Off-Road Council works collaboratively with provincial off-road riding federations/associations and other stakeholders in fostering an integrated, national approach to deal with the range of public policy and safety issues facing off-road and dual-sport motorcyclists. These issues include trail closures, land access, sound emissions, safety, and junior riders.

We are currently working on the development of a comprehensive Off-Road Rider Training Program for new and returning riders.

The goal of the MCC / ORC National Training Program would be to assemble and promote a national training program whereby master coach candidates can be vetted and provided the appropriate training experience and certification for them to train and certify coaches across Canada who in turn provide instruction to riders and upon completion successful candidates will receive a certificate of competency.

Our goal is to create a national training program that meets the needs of all Canadian coaches and riders (new / returning). A safe, controlled program with a good student-coach ratio will answer many of the challenges faced today in Canada.

The program at a high level would speak to the following deliverables:

  • Master Coaches.
  • Coaches.
  • Training organization.
  • Oversite bodies. – ORC, MCC, FIM
  • Member insurance.

MCC History

There was a need for a national organization to foster the growth and development of motorcycling in Canada, to dispel the myths and misconceptions about motorcycling and to lobby for changes to restrictive legislation. In June 2004 organizations gathered at a founding congress for what was then called the Motorcyclists Alliance of Canada (MAC). They signed an agreement in principle to come together with manufacturers and distributors to create a new national association to serve motorcyclists and the motorcycling community in Canada. Shortly thereafter, this organization was renamed the Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada.


We are seeking a professional, Canadian-based company to fulfil the following requirements:

  • Range Picture: A graphic representation of the field course with directional arrows and icons to represent students, Instructor, Cones, obstacles etc.
    • Initial Range Picture Style to be established.
    • 16 illustrations based on the established range picture.
    • 1 image per lesson to represent the skill being learned in the lesson. (20 lessons)
  • Rider & Gear: A graphic illustration of all the gear needed to ride safely. Boots, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, jacket, helmet, eye protection, gloves.
  • Bike and TCLOCS: Tires, Controls & Cables, Lights, Oil/Fuel, Chain, Chassis, Suspension, Stand.
  • Scenario Pictures: showing 8 different scenarios (winter scene, desert scene, forest, mountain, water, etc.)
  • Skills Progression Graph: showing skills learned throughout the day from beginning to end, building on each other.
  • Range Signals: rider showing different hand signals (15 images)
  • View of motorcycle handlebars: from the rider’s perspective. Show clutch, brake, on/off, electric start, kill switch.
    Visual representation of motorcycle gears: 1 down, 4 or 5 up.
  • Optional Game Pages: 7 games, 1 Illustration for each.
  • Additional: Any other images you think would be great to intersperse throughout the lessons to add to the presentation of the content (perhaps assume x number of supporting images and include them as a separate optional line item)
  • Student Completion Certificate: MCC has a current template to start from.
  • Coach Certificate: MCC does not have a template to start from.
  • Cover (front and rear) for Student Takeaway Brochure.
  • Logo.

The quote provided is to cover the firm’s fees for the entire project which is expected to complete on or before April 30, 2023.
Questions can be directed to the ORC Chair and or MCC General Manager.


Terms and Conditions

The MCC/ORC reserves the right to:

  • Reject any or all offers or cancel the RFQ entirely without obligation.
  • Accept other than the lowest prices offered.
  • Award more than one offer.
  • To negotiate with any proponent as it sees fit.
  • Seek clarification deemed necessary to evaluate the responses received.
  • Conduct reference checks submitted.


Please submit your detailed quote, listing the total cost, inclusive of all associated costs, and any terms and conditions.
Please include the following details:

  1. Executive summary.
  2. Understanding of scope and objectives.
  3. Approach and timelines.
  4. Experience and qualifications of firm and the proposed audit team (including references)
  5. Total project cost based on information provided within this RFQ.

All quotes are due via email to: and by August 08, 2022, no later than 4pm EDT. The MCC/ORC will not accept any submissions after the closing time.

The final selection is subject to the MCC/ORC Review Team’s approval. It is expected that approval from the MCC/ORC will occur no later than August 19, 2022.