Gaining your full motorcycle licence is based on the following key steps.
Step 1 – Theory Test
Step one is to pass your motorcycle theory test. The theory test is based on understanding the highway code and specific motorcycle related information. This can be booked online through us and once passed enables you to move onto your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course.
Step 2 – Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)
Step two is to pass your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT). This teaches the basics of control of the motorcycle in an off-road environment and then ensures you can apply that control on the road in various traffic situations in a ride that lasts for a minimum of two hours. CBT prepares you for your first time on the road and lays the foundation for the rest of your full licence journey. As such, it is a very important part of your training. This can be booked online through us.
Step 3 – Module One
Module One is the first of the tests you’re required to take if you’re looking to complete your full motorcycle licence test. This exam is completed in a controlled environment at a Driving Standards Agency test centre, not on the road. You’re will be asked to perform a number of maneuvers such as slow control, swerving as if to avoid an accident and completing, an emergency stop. You cannot take Module Two without passing Module One first. Any course booked with us will automatically include this test on the last day.
Step 4 – Module Two
If you pass Module One, you’re able to move onto Module Two. This is the final test towards owning your full motorcycle licence. Extending the Module One test, or taken on a seperate day, you will be tested out on the road in various road, traffic and speed conditions, to ensure you’re safe and in complete control of the bike and that you have good road knowledge and awareness and an understanding of the Highway Code.