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Direct Access Scheme

DAS Prices

Direct Access Assessment (600cc)


Training Course Prices

All including bike hire and equipment

2 Days


3 Days


4 Days


Module Test Fees

Test fee and bike hire only for the duration of the test

Module 1


Module 2


The motorcycle test is divided into two modules to align with EU standards. Module 1 involves higher-speed exercises and other maneuvers in a safe off-road site, typically taking around ten minutes to complete.

Module 1

Module 1 of the motorcycle test is a critical step in assessing a rider’s ability to handle a bike safely and competently. Conducted in a controlled off-road environment, this module includes a variety of exercises designed to test skills such as maneuvering at both slow and higher speeds, including a slalom and figure of eight.

Riders also demonstrate their proficiency in more demanding tasks like emergency stops and obstacle avoidance, with specific exercises requiring speeds of at least 50kph (approximately 32mph). This carefully structured module ensures that all riders have a solid foundation in bike handling and safety before progressing to the on-road challenges of Module 2.

Module 2

Module 2 of the motorcycle test is the final assessment of a rider’s capabilities on public roads. It starts with an eyesight check and safety questions, followed by a road journey under examiner supervision.

This test evaluates key skills like road positioning, observation, signaling, and speed management, incorporating real-world scenarios such as roundabouts, junctions, hill starts, and angled take-offs. The successful completion of Module 2 signifies a rider’s proficiency and readiness for safe, responsible motorcycling in various traffic conditions and environments.

Theory Test

Training can begin before taking your theory test, but you must have passed your theory test with your certificate in hand before you can take the Module 1 and Module 2 tests as you will need to produce this for the examiner on test day.

Motorcycle Manoeuvring Circuits

Motorcycle Manoeuvring Left Circuit
  1. Stands and Manual Handling

  2. Slalom

  3. Figure of Eight

  4. Slow Ride

  5. U-Turn

  6. Cornering

  7. Controlled Stop

  8. 30kph / 19mph Circuit ride

  9. 50kph / 32mph Emergency brake

  10. 30kph / 19mph Circuit ride

  11. 50kph / 32mph Avoidance


For all mopeds, speed requirements are 30kph / 19mpg

Motorcycle Manoeuvring Right Circuit

Licence Requirements

16 years old Eligible for a provisional moped license for up to 50cc mopeds. CBT certificate required. ‘L’ plates mandatory; no pillion passengers. At 17, upgrade to a 125cc is possible.
17 and over Apply for a provisional motorcycle license. If you have a provisional car license, ensure it includes Category A for motorcycles. Full car license holders automatically have provisional motorcycle entitlement. CBT completion is required for legal riding up to 125cc, with ‘L’ plates and no pillions.

If your car test was passed before February 1, 2001, you can ride a moped without ‘L’ plates and carry a pillion passenger without a CBT. However, taking the CBT is highly recommended for new riders.