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Motorcycle Training

Learn to ride a motorcycle

Never ridden before? Don't worry. Find out what it takes to become a new rider and get comfortable on a motorcycle.  Learn the skills you need to ride with confidence. 

Start your own journey

Now's the time to get on a bike and learn to ride. Contact one of our dealers to find the right course that works for you. 

UK Liscense FAQ

Yes. You must be at least 17 to learn to ride a motorcycle.

Yes. You need a provisional Category A licence. This is either included in your full car licence or as part of a provisional licence. You can apply for a provisional licence online or by filling in the D1 application form from the DVLA or Post Office®

Before you can ride a motorcycle, scooter or moped on the road you have to complete Compulsory Basic Training at an approved training body (ATB).

There’s more than one test. First, there’s the motorcycle theory test. When you’ve passed that, you’ve got two years to take your practical test. For the three practical test options, see the next question.

Yes. Depending on the size of engine you want your bike to have, you can choose to train and take your test for an A1 or A2 Motorcycle Licence. Or, if you’re over 21, you can do Direct Access, meaning you train and take the test on a larger bike.

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