Having the freedom to ride your motorcycle on the road is an exhilarating experience. However, before this can happen it’s a legal requirement to complete a Full Motorcycle Licence Course.
As our training days are flexible to fit around your commitments we would strongly recommend that you complete each practical element in turn. This allows you to spread payments and gives you a more relaxed training process while allowing us to accurately assess you for the next stage.
The first stage is to successfully complete your CBT and then your Motorcycle Theory test. Following this, the final steps are split into two modules. Module 1 consists of a number of slow-speed exercises and a couple achieved at a higher speed in a tarmac off-road area. Module 2 is conducted entirely on the road and lasts 30-40 minutes to give you real-life experience before going alone.
To successfully pass the riding tests; you must be able to demonstrate that you can ride safely in different road and traffic conditions and successfully show that you know The Highway Code by the way you ride during the test. Module 1 of your test must be passed before you can move on to Module 2.
It’s essential to bring along a clean and up-to-date full or provisional driving licence which includes the correct vehicle entitlements. As part of our fees, you’ll have access to the use of a bike, fuel and free use of helmet and safety clothing, as well as insurance, meanwhile training and test costs are all included as part of the package.
Once you have passed the motorcycle licence training and you’re confident that this is your direction of travel then it’s time to invest in your own motorcycle, helmet and protective clothing, whilst ensuring that you have all the right insurances in place.
Operating from our Bristol HQ where we provide the bike licence course, motorcycle test course and CBT training course, ACE Motorcycle Training has helped hundreds of people with motorbike training and testing.
Our years of experience in the industry make us a leading choice in the area and are the only school in Bristol to have uniformed full-time employed instructors who are qualified to the highest standards and dedicated to making you feel confident on the road.
Taking care of all your training needs, we operate seven days a week with our fleet of well-maintained electric start Mopeds, 125cc, 500cc and 600cc motorcycles with free use of quality safety clothing.
Our professional team keep on top of all the latest regulations to ensure that your health and safety are our priority on the road and provides leading guidance on how best to operate your vehicle from the moment you start your experience with us.
If you would like to get started on gaining your full motorcycle licence, please give the ACE Motorcycle Training team a call on 01179 863 330 today! Alternatively, get in contact using our Enquiry Form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Known as a Category A license in the UK, a full motorcycle licence allows individuals to ride a motorbike without any restrictions which means you can ride a motorcycle of any power output and engine size.
Depending on your circumstances will determine how much time it will take to obtain your full license. This is completed in four stages including completing compulsory basic training (CBT), passing a theory test and also passing both Module 1 and Module 2 practical riding tests. If you have a set time in mind for when you want to gain your full license it’s important to book in training courses, practice sessions and test dates as soon as possible to avoid disappointment if dates and slots are booked up in advance. It’s estimated that the complete process can take several months.
In the UK, drivers must be at least 24 years old to get an unrestricted Category A license. However there are opportunities for those younger than 24 to get the license such as completing a progressive access route, but with certain restrictions in place.
This mandatory step for obtaining your full license includes a theory test assessing your knowledge of safe riding practices, traffic laws and road signs.
Module 1 – An off-road assessment of your ability to carry out moves such as a controlled stop, emergency stop and figure of eight.
Module 2 – This part of the test takes place on public highways and looks at your riding skills in real-world traffic conditions whilst factoring in safe riding techniques, hazard awareness and observation.