Direct Access Motorcycle Licence
(21yrs+ if holding A2 for 2yrs+)
Learn on the Latest Honda and Kawasaki Motorcycles
From the age of 24 (minimum entry age, unless you have held your A2 licence for a minimum of 2 years, this is known as Progressive Access, so at 21 you can complete this Licence without the need for a further theory test), you have the additional choice of the Direct Access (DAS) full licence course.however opt to complete either the A1 or A2 full licence courses (see Courses 17-19, and 19-24). 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).
An Exceptional Learning Experience
This course is completed on a bike of 595cc minimum. We have a fleet of the latest Honda CB's, Kawasaki Z's and Er6's, which are all 650cc and leads to a full motorcycle licence. You must be 24 years old or above to complete this course, (unless you have held your A2 licence for a minimum of 2 years using your Progressive Access option). On successfully completing your Direct Access practical test with the DVSA you will obtain a full motorcycle licence.
You will then be able to ride any bike, of any size, with no restriction.
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 47 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.