A2. Standard (Medium) Motorcycle Training Course

(minimum age 19 years)

From the age of 19; You can take your theory test and then both parts of the motorcycle test on a machine of at least 395cc and between 33 BHP (25KW) and 46.6 BHP (35KW) of power.

After passing the tests, you will be limited to the size and power of these machines, you can discard your L plates, carry pillion passengers and ride on the motorway.

In order to ride a standard (medium) motorcycle under the authority of this licence; you have to successfully complete your CBT course and been awarded your CBT certificate.. Secondly you must have passed your motorcycle theory and hazard perception test.

Note: You do not need to have passed the A1. Small (light) motorcycle licence, before undertaking this course. If you have already passed the A1 licence you do not need to re-sit the motorcycle theory and hazard perception test.

Our minimal recommended length of course to prepare you for the two tests is 4 days (See below for basic course outline. More can be arranged if needed or advised. Some students will take 6 days to enable a slower and more relaxed learning pace ). It should be understood that the 4 day course is intensive. Students must be confident and competent in riding. This course is not designed to teach you how to ride; it is designed to develop your skills and competence to test level and beyond. I will provide you with all the process and guidance, but There is no substitute for road miles. Be prepared for the course mentally and physically. Ensure you have the time and energy to maximise the benefits to you. Students that receive the best results are those that are riding regularly or at least ride a geared bike regularly two weeks or more leading up to and during their course. Hire bikes are available if you do not have access to one of your own.

Day 1 MOD1 training with some MOD2 training
Day 2 MOD2 training and further MOD1 training as needed
Day 3 MOD1 test and further MOD2 training
Day 4 MOD2 test with pre-test warm up

Helmet, gloves and a jacket are provided for your use during the course, but you must provide suitable footwear and trousers/jeans.

See price list for more information.

If you have any questions or just want to chat it through, then call 0791 453 6465. Phone lines are open 8am-5.30pm, Mon-Fri – please text after 5.30pm and at weekends or see contact page.