A1 Light Motorcycle Licence
17+ Restricted to 125cc & 11kw (14.5bhp)
Getting students aged 17+ on the road safely
Riding Without "L" Plates
From the age of 17 (minimum age) you have the option of obtaining a full motorcycle licence. To obtain a full motorcycle licence you will need to have a provisional motorcycle licence (category A), a valid CBT certificate (see courses/16) and a valid motorcycle theory test (see training resources).
Each full licence motorcycle course will involve a number of training days relating to your ability followed by two practical tests with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).
All our courses are run with a maximum of 2 students to 1 instructor, this ensures that you receive the highest standard of training possible, which maximises your time on the bike and your test result !
An Exceptional Learning Experience
This course is completed on a 120-125cc machine (we use Honda CBF 125cc machines for this) and leads to an A1 Light Motorcycle Licence. You are restricted to riding a machine no greater than 125cc with a maximum power of 14.6bhp but you do not need to display L plates and you can carry a passenger.
The practical test is in two parts, module one (£15.50) and module two (£75.00). The module one test involves candidates being asked by the examiner to demonstrate their riding ability on either the left-hand or right-hand circuit. Module 2 of the test will be about 57 minutes in length and will consist of the eyesight test, road safety questions and at least 35 minutes of road riding consisting of a road ride covering a variety of road and traffic conditions and will also include normal stops, hill and angle starts.