Preparatory On Road Training Course
When you have satisfactorily completed you CBT
(Compulsory Basic Training) you will be allowed to ride on public
roads where you'll gain the experience needed to pass your practical
motorcycle test. To give yourself the best chance of passing
you can take this further course designed to help get you through
Accelerated Access Scheme
If you have already obtained a full standard category
A licence and you reach the age of 21 before the two year qualifying
period is complete you may opt to take a further test on a motorcycle
with a power output of at least 35kW (46.6bhp) to gain immediate
access to all motorcycles. This is called Accelerated Access.
You can practice for this test on motorcycles above 25kW only
if you are accompanied by a certified motorcycle instructor on
another motorcycle and you are displaying `L' plates. You do not
need to complete CBT again, or pass another theory test.
Direct Access Scheme
Again for riders over 21, but with this scheme
you need take (and pass) only ONE test to give you direct access
to any size of motorcycle. This test must also be taken on a motorcycle
with a power output of at least 35kW ( 46.6 bhp ). Before taking
the DAS course you will still have to satisfactorily complete
CBT and also pass the Theory Test even if you have a full car
Training for Direct Access or Accelerated Access
So that learners aged 21 or over may practice for
the large motorcycle test they may ride, on public roads, a motorcycle
that exceeds the UK learner specification, but only under the
supervision of a certified Direct Access instructor. When learning
on a large motorcycle the usual learner restrictions will apply
(`L' plates, no pillion passengers and motorway prohibition).
Once you've passed your test you may want to improve
your riding skills. For further details of these and other
courses please feel free to contact us.