A1 - 125cc - Light Motorcycle Training
The A1, or Light Motorcycle Test is taken on a 120cc to125cc machine that must be capable of at least 55mph and have no more than 11kW engine power. On completion of the A1 test, the rider will have a full motorcycle licence and can take off their L Plates, carry a passenger and ride on the motorway. The rider however will be restricted to a 125cc motorcycle. The requirements to complete the A1 Light Motorcycle Licence Course are;
+ 17 years of age or over
+ Hold a valid UK driving licence with provisional category A (motorcycle entitlement)
+ A valid CBT certificate
+ A valid theory test pass certificate (This should be obtained before the start of the course)
TRAINING FOR YOUR FULL A1 LICENCE
Look no further when it comes to your A1 training and tests. We’ll guide you and support you through every step, from your initial CBT course through to your MOD1 & MOD2 tests to gain your Full (A1) Motorcycle Licence.
Our A1 courses are on average 4 days in length with the CBT and Theory completed prior to the start of your course. The 2 day “Initial” course is perfect for all riders wishing to see where their level of riding is at. It’s two days of 1-2-1 tuition which will allow us to have a more accurate idea of how best to proceed with the number of training sessions before testing and help you decide on whether it would be better to separate the two tests or stick with them being on the same day.
Training during COVID-19
Safety for all riders attending a course with us continues to be a priority and is the reason why we will only operate to a maximum of 2 students per instructor.
1-2-1 tuition will reduce any risk further and is often more beneficial, as it allows training to be tailored to your individual needs.
We’d kindly request (were possible) that riders attending a course with us provide there own motorcycle clothing and face covering. That said we can still supply motorcycle clothing (if required) which will have been sanitised and we have neck tubes available for just £5.