Bob started riding with his first bike in 1961 and has ridden across Canada and several of the States down south with his wife who also loves to ride her bike.

Bob has taught motorcycle riding with the Canada Safety Council, Alberta Motor Association and since 2005 with Alberta Motorcycle Training.

 Bob is a retired mechanic and in addition to his teaching duties also helps keep the bikes in top running order for our students benefit.


In Tim DeVrie's own words:

"I love riding, and have done that for 35 years, 27 of which were in Europe.

I took numerous advanced riding courses and three of them were at the Police Training Site in The Netherlands.

I've been teaching Basic and Advanced courses for two years now and....I love this job!"


Drew has been riding for roughly 9 years.

He completed the Military dispatch riders course and is involved with the Canadian Army Veterans Motorcycle Association. He served almost 12 years with the army, enjoying every day. The instructional techniques learned are from cadets, as a sailing instructor, serving with the Canadian Armed Forces and AMT.

The joy he gets out of instructing, is watching the students realize what they have learned and their reaction, when they get it. His hope is to bring the skills and knowledge, to ride safe and have fun.


Our Kerry has years of driver/motorcycle instructor experience under her belt. Kerry loves to spend her spare time riding her Harley when not instructing,


Barry Fizer has been riding bikes for over forty years and instructing for eleven.

Alberta Motorcycle Training and the students of our school have much to gain from Barry's extensive experience.

He was a welcome addition to our Instructor list for the 2008 training season and we hope he will continue to help us pass on the joy of safe riding to many more folks.


Don Holt started riding quite a while ago in the lower mainland of B.C., moving to the prairies in the late 70's, where riding motorcycles became more of a "seasonal" form of transportation.

Don had an opportunity to take Instructor training and instructed with the Canada Safety Council (CSC) from 1992 to 1994.

With the assistance of the remaining CSC Instructors the Alberta Motor Association, Red Deer branch, assumed sponsorship of the C.S.C. motorcycle training program from 1996 to 2005.

Don is a co-founder of Alberta Motorcycle Training and serves as an instructor/co-owner.


Peter (Pete) McKinnon has been riding since 1966 and an Instructor since 1995.

Pete has an extensive background in motorcycling. This includes : A rider for forty years and an instructor for fifteen, Pete has an extensive background in motorcycling. This includes:

Calgary Police Motor Officer Instructor, North American Motor Officer Advanced Instructor, Calgary Safety Council Senior Instructor, Director and Course Designer for the World Police and Fire Games and Alberta Motor Association Motorcycle Instructor.


Lori Matejka has been riding for six years and came to Alberta Motorcycle Training as an Instructor for the 2008 season.

In her own words:

"I was a co-rider for many years until I decided to try driving my own bike and I was hooked! Then one day a friend suggested that I become an instructor which has been an awesome experience.

Biking gives me a sense of freedom and joy - it doesn't get any better than flying down the road, enjoying life and the scenery from the seat of a bike!"

Lori is looking forward to continuing sharing her love of riding with future students while gaining instructional experience with the Senior Instructors of AMT.


Al is a Corporal with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and is presently in charge of the QEII Highway Integrated Traffic Services, Innisfail, Alberta. He has over 30 years experience riding motorcycles.

In 2008 he completed the Harley Davidson Police Motorcycle training course, at the Ontario Police College (OPC).

In 2011 he completed the Harley Davidson Police Motorcycle training course(OCP). He is currently one of the Senior RCMP Motorcycle Instructor in Alberta.

He has been an instructor at AMT since 2010.


Brent Robinson is highly experienced in motorcycling, having ridden for twenty years and instructing for about seven.

A valuable member of the Alberta Motorcycle Training team.


In Russ's own words:

"I'm one of the new instructors here.  I've been an avid rider since 1974 and have been teaching since 1995.

  I received my instructor training with the Calgary Police Service and have taught many Police Officers in Advanced Motor Officer Motorcycle Training." 

I thoroughly enjoy teaching new and experienced riders and make the learning a fun experience for all.  I look forward to seeing you at our school."


Doug "Wasy" Wasylenki is a twenty-eight year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and is a member of the AMT's training team. With the rank of Sergeant, Wasy is in charge of the Wetaskiwin Integrated Traffic Services section.

Wasy took the two week Harley Davidson Police Motorcycle training course in 2008, two week Instructors Harley Davidson Police Motorcycle Course in 2009, and is currently one of fourteen RCMP motorcycle operators in Alberta who ride the 2008 and 2012 Police Edition Road King Harleys. As an instructor for the Harley Davidson Police Motorcycle, Sgt. Wasylenki is currently the Senior Motorcycle Operator and Instructor for the RCMP in Alberta. Cool ride Wasy!

Alberta Motorcycle Training is fortunate to have Sgt. Wasylenki on the Instructor list


Heather spent many years riding as a passenger on motorcycles until deciding to take her motorcycle licence in 2007. This was quickly followed by the purchase of a Suzuki Burgman Scooter.........which has a 650 cc engine!! Riding a scooter is simply about convenience, fun and a little freedom out on the road.

Heather enjoys sharing her love of riding with students while gaining instructional experience with the Senior Instructors of A.M.T.


Harvey "Scotty" Watters is a Co-Owner and Instructor with Alberta Motorcycle Training.

Scotty has been riding for more than twenty-two years. 

Including his work with AMT, Scotty has been instructing for seventeen years, first with the Canada Safety Council for two years, then with the Alberta Motor Association for ten years.

In 2005 Scotty assisted in founding Alberta Motorcycle Training and continues as an Owner/Instructor with his Company.

He currently serves as Company Executive Secretary and handles all the bookings and course registrations.


Chelsea comes from a long line of motorcycle enthusiasts which include racers and long distant tourers. Chelsea is a welcome addition to our instructor cadre."


A Motorcycle Patrol Officer from Hertfordshire, Adi Worthington holds the U.K. Class 1 Motorcycle Advanced Order.

With over 26 years of riding experience and 24 years as a qualified instructor, Adi is an ideal person to pass along his skills to our new and experienced rider students at AMT.

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