RIZLA SUZUKI British Superbike rider, Tom Sykes, has successfully completed his Direct Access motorcycle test. Sykes took the trip down to Crescent's base in Verwood, Dorset, hooking up with affiliated trainer Maverick Training at Blamford Camp
for the Direct Access Scheme, which validates their licence to ride large-capacity machines straightaway. Those that aren't so concerned with riding a big bike immediately often settle for a Restricted Access, or A1 licence, which allows holders to ride machines
listed above.Pros: Potential for progression to bigger machineryCons: Need to take test again to ride large capacity bikesCategory A – Full unrestricted motorcycle licence (Direct Access)Riders over the age of 21, or those who are 21 before their two
and bike hireFive-Day A1 licence £400-500 including CBT, test fees and bike hireThree–Day Direct Access course - £400-500 including CBT, test fees and bike hireFive–Day Direct Access course - £500-600 including test fees and bike hireTop tips for choosing
OFFERING big bike styling in a learner legal motorcycle is the new SYM Wolf 125Ni.Priced at £2999 the naked Taiwanese bike lists a halogen headlight and L.E.D rear light unit, a blue L.C.D dash that displays; the selected gear, trip meter, fuel gauge, clock and the regular inform...
I passed my CBT a few months ago and after riding a few bikes to build up some experience I felt I was ready to do my proper test.The shopping list was pretty straightforward: the new ride had to be easy to handle with light hand controls. I had to be able to get my feet down and...
IN celebration of the new ‘Learn to ride on a Ducati' scheme, Ducati UK has partnered with Visordown to offer one lucky winner a place on the Direct Access Course.Ducati Rider Training allows for a learner to complete all of their training and pass
, the only members of the Committee to speak for motorcyclists were Philip Bradbourn and Dutch MEP, Mrs Wortmann-Kool. Their amendments related to direct access; limiting the age that member states could choose for moped licences; eliminating one of the extra
SUZUKI GB has announced a £99 fully comprehensive insurance offer on the new Gladius, for riders who pass their Direct Access motorcycle test through any Suzuki Selected Training School before the end of March this year.As well as the £99 Insurance
brand new Suzuki machines. Running from BSM's dedicated training facility in Birmingham, the new scheme offers non-licence holders an intensive six-day training course that takes riders from compulsory basic training through to their direct access test
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