As with all our courses you must complete C.B.T first of all, a motorcycle theory test and take 2x practical tests. The Module one test then the module two. You can run your course over weekends to fit it in around work or alternatively, book some time off and train with us during the week or even during your holidays. To discuss your specific requirements contact us or give us a call.
This can be taken on a machine between 115 and 125cc. If you are aged between 17 and 19 this will be your only option. Upon passing the A1 you will get a full licence to ride on motorways and take pillion passengers, but you will NEVER be able to ride anything bigger than a 125cc machine that produces a maximum of 11 Kwh (14.6 Bhp) until you pass the next test (A2) when you reach a minimum age of 19 or two years after passing your A1 test.
This will be taken on a machine of a minimum of 395cc that produces a maximum of 35 Kwh (46.6 Bhp). This can only be taken when you are at least 19 years old or two years after passing your A1.
Upon passing you can ride any size of motorbike but the power is capped at 35 Kwh (46.6 Bhp) this will never increase!. The other “restriction” on this category, is the machine cannot be restricted to 35 Kwh if it produces more than 70 Kwh or 93.5 Bhp in standard trim.
This module is conducted at the D.S.A MPTC (multi purpose test centre) This test can be booked by our staff for you if you require, but can be booked by you if so wish.The test takes an average of 8 to 12 mins to complete, but you are under no pressure to rush through the test by the examiner.
Various slow speed and higher speed manoeuvres make up the mod one test, and our instructors will guide you through and give you ample time to practice this test at one of the local D.S.A test centres using the same equipment as the actual practical test itself.
This module consists of a 38 to 40 min road ride whilst being followed by a D.S.A Examiner who will assess you riding ability.You will of course by this stage be fully acquainted with the test requirements as our instructors would have taught you what is required to obtain your full motorcycle licence entitlement.
Robinsons ridertraining or any of its instructors can not be held responsible for any candidates documents required for test.If you forget any documents, then Robinsons ridertraining will not refund any test fees or training fees for test day.