Motorcycle Theory Test

  • GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part Four. Module Two Test.

    GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part Four. Module Two Test.

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    Thinking about getting on two wheels? The final part of the process is the Module Two test. WHAT’S INVOLVED? During your Module Two test you’ll be judged on your ability to ride safely on the road, in accordance with the Highway Code – and it’ll take around an hour to complete. The test is broken…

  • GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part Three. Module One Test.

    GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part Three. Module One Test.

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    Thinking about getting on two wheels? Now it’s time to tackle the Module One test. MODULE ONE Ok, so you’ve decided you’d like to ride a motorcycle – and you’ve got your hands on your Compulsory Basic Training certficate. The next step to get your hands on your full motorcycle licence is Module One. For…

  • GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part Two. Motorcycle Theory Test.

    GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part Two. Motorcycle Theory Test.

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    Thinking about getting on two wheels? This time we breakdown what it takes to pass the theory test. MOTORCYCLE THEORY TEST There are two parts to a motorcycle theory test – a straightforward (multiple choice) question and answer section, and a hazard perception test. With the right approach and preparation, you can easily pass your…

  • GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part One. Compulsory Basic Training.

    GET ON 2 WHEELS: Part One. Compulsory Basic Training.

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    Thinking about getting on two wheels? The first step is to get booked in for a CBT and gain some experience on a small bike. THE FIRST STEP – CBT Ok, so you’ve decided you’d like to ride a motorcycle. The first step is to complete your Compulsory Basic Training. Don’t think of it as…

  • OFFICIAL: Design drawing of Harley-Davidson’s ELECTRIC flat tracker motorcycle.

    OFFICIAL: Design drawing of Harley-Davidson’s ELECTRIC flat tracker motorcycle.

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    Harley-Davidson’s getting closer to unveiling its SECOND electric motorcycle – and it’s going to be a mid-powered flat tracker. We’ve been telling you for months that Harley-Davidson’s preparing its second electric motorcycle, and a recently surfaced design drawing all but confirms it. Following the release of the LiveWire last year, there’s been a lot of…

  • Touring with Edelweiss Bike Travel

    Touring with Edelweiss Bike Travel

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    2,350 tours in over 180 destinations and 39 years’ experience!

  • FIRST RIDE: UM DSR EX 125

    FIRST RIDE: UM DSR EX 125

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    MCM has been test riding UM Motorcycles enduro-inspired commuter, the DSR EX 125 – putting it through its paces across the Lincolnshire Wolds, taking in twisties, trails and the open road. If you’ve not heard of UM Motorcycles before – that’s because it’s still relatively new to the European market, with distribution only beginning in…

  • MOREBIKES does MOTO GYMKHANA. Round One at Donington Park.

    MOREBIKES does MOTO GYMKHANA. Round One at Donington Park.

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    Getting to grips with the Japanese dark art of Moto Gymkhana WHAT’S MOTO GYMKHANA? MotoGymkhana is a high energy, technical motorcycle sport that doesn’t take itself too seriously.  It’s all about skill – requiring accurate control, bursts of speed and ruthless braking to navigate a pre-designed course in the shortest amount of time, with the…

  • Motorcycle riding skills: Think yourself faster

    Motorcycle riding skills: Think yourself faster

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    Ever had a mental block about an aspect of your riding and wondered how to get over it? Meet psychological coach, Simon Darnton, who may be able to help… “It’s all about rhythm” says Simon Darnton when asked what’s the most common theme that he works on with riders. He’s a psychological coach and before…

  • VIDEO: Getting to grips with the Japanese dark art of Moto Gymkhana

    VIDEO: Getting to grips with the Japanese dark art of Moto Gymkhana

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    At MoreBikes, we’re always looking for something new and different to get our teeth stuck into. And while poring over videos of small Japanese men tearing through a pre-set course of multi-coloured cones on motorcycles twice their size, we couldn’t believe the level of skills and close quarters control on display. It caused our jaws…

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