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.

For more information on our courses, rates and availability, feel free to contact us.

01752 301313

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