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Motorbike practical test

Candidates must clear or pass the motorbike theory test if they want to appear for driving practical motorcycle test. The new motorcycle practical test motive is to improve the road safety for motorcycle and moped riders.   
To pass the practical motorbike test you must pass its two separate modules within two years of passing your bike theory test.

Module 1 contains the specified manoeuvres element of the test which is conducted off-road. It includes exercises designed to assess the rider's ability to control their machine safely, including avoidance and emergency stop exercises.

Module 2 includes an eyesight test and at least 30 minutes of on road riding, assessing the rider's ability to safely interact with other road users.

Minimum test vehicle requirements

Module one

You must present all of the following valid and required documents:
  • Your driving licence with the proper provisional entitlement - both the photo card and counterpart document or a valid UK passport to support a paper licence.
  • Your compulsory basic training (CBT) certificate (DL196)
  • Your motorcycle theory test certificate. You are excused from providing CBT and theory test certificates if you: Already hold a full motorcycle licence and wish to upgrade it
  • Hold a full moped licence achieved by passing a moped test after 1 December 1990, and wish to upgrade to a full motorcycle licence
Following are the specified manoeuvres and usually takes around 20 minutes to complete which are included in module one.
  • A slow ride
  • Using the stand and wheeling the machine
  • The emergency stop
  • Doing a slalom and figure of eight
  • Hazard avoidance, controlled stop and cornering
  • U-turn

Module two

For module two you are required to present all the documents which you are presenting while appearing for module one test and also present your module one pass certificate.

Module two is the on-road module and in general takes around 40 minutes. This module includes

  • The eyesight test
  • The safety
  • Balance questions
  • The road riding element which covers a variety of road and traffic conditions.

Examiner may ask you to carry out normal stops, an angle start (pulling out from behind a parked vehicle) and, where possible, a hill starts. Using a radio to give you directions, the examiner will normally follow you on a motorcycle.

Your test results

Examiner will give you the result at the end of module test one, at that time you can ask them for a feedback on your performance. You will receive your module one pass certificate if you pass. The examiner will tell you whether you have passed or failed at the end of module two. At the same time you can ask for feedback on performance.

Even if you fail you should ask the examiner for feedback which will help you prepare whenever you appear for a retest. If you make any mistakes driving test report will identify areas.

The examiner will explain to you how to change your provisional licence into a full licence if you pass both the modules.

Crown copyright material has been reproduced by permission of the Driving Standards Agency which does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of the reproduction.
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