UK Motorbike License

£500.00

Driving licence rules under the EU directive for moped, motorcycle and tricycle riders changed on 19 January 2013.

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Motorcycle and tricycle entitlement

Uk motorbike license

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There are two routes to access motorcycles – progressive or direct.

Young riders will have progressive (or ‘staged’) access to more powerful motorcycles taking into consideration:

  • previous experience gained riding less powerful motorcycles
  • competence demonstrated riding the higher category of machine

Candidates who satisfy the minimum age requirement will have direct access to category A2 and category A.

Motorcycle and tricycle riders

Anyone who passed a practical category A motorcycle test before 19 January 2013 will still be restricted to a motorcycle of 25kW for two years from the date of test pass. However, if you want to ride a larger motorcycle you will need to follow the rules for motorcycle riders outlined below.

Category B1 (quads and tricycles) is no longer a sub-category of category B, and tricycle entitlements are displayed differently on the UK Motorbike License.

Tricycle riders retain their full category B1 (trikes and quads) entitlement but it is displayed differently on driving licences. It will be shown as category B1 and category A (restricted to tricycles), unless the rider already holds full A entitlement.

The following rules apply for motorcycle and tricycle riders:

Category A1 (small motorcycles up to 11kw – 125cc)

Category A1 covers small motorcycles with:

  • a cylinder capacity not more than 125cc
  • power output not more than 11kW and a power/ weight ratio not exceeding 0.1kW/ kg
  • motor tricycles with a power not exceeding 15kW

The minimum age for A1 is 17 years.

You must have a valid CBT certificate and pass the motorcycle theory and practical tests to get this entitlement.

Category A2 (medium motorcycles up to 35kW)

Category A2 covers medium sized motorcycles, with or without a sidecar, which have:

  • an engine power output up to 35kW
  • a power/weight ratio not exceeding 0.2kW/kg – the motorcycle must not be derived from a machine of more than double its power

The minimum age for A2 is 19 years.

There are two routes to get this Uk motorbike license entitlement:

  • Progressive Access (also known as ‘staged access’) – you can get entitlement to category A2 from age 19, provided you have a minimum of two years’ experience on the lower motorcycle category (category A1) and pass the relevant motorcycle tests; the period of two years will start from the date you receive full UK Motorbike License entitlement for the lower category
  • Direct Access – you must be aged 19 years or over, hold a valid CBT certificate and pass the theory and practical category A2 motorcycle tests

Category A

Category A covers unrestricted motorcycles above 35kW and includes tricycles over 15kW.

There are two routes to get this motorcycle entitlement:

  • Progressive Access (also known as ‘staged access’) – you can get entitlement to category A from aged 21 years, provided you have a minimum of two years’ experience on a category A2 motorcycle with a full UK Motorbike License and pass the category A practical motorcycle tests
  • Direct Access – you must be at least 24 years old, have a valid CBT certificate (only if you do not have full entitlement to A1 or A2) and pass the theory and category A practical motorcycle tests

All learner riders of category A2 and category A motorcycles must be accompanied by an Approved Motorcycle Instructor (AMI) at all times when riding on public roads.

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