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Category A licence - Entry age 24 or over or after a 2 year period if upgrading from an A2 Licence

Category A license Training Milton Keynes

You can take your test on either a manual or an automatic motorbike. If you take your test on a manual motorcycle, you can ride either manual motorcycles or automatics, but if you take your test on an automatic, you will be limited to automatics.

The Direct Access Scheme (DAS) allows riders as mentioned above to take the practical training and tests on any size of motorcycle provided the power output is at least 35KW (46.6bhp).Depending on your level of riding experience our DAS courses are available in blocks of either 4, 5 or 6 days. All our courses include the Mod 1 and Mod 2 practical tests and free use of the motorcycle. We will also supply you with a motorcycle safety helmet, jacket and gloves if required.

Courses from as little as £595.

DIRECT ACCESS SCHEME (DAS) 4 DAY COURSE

This course is aimed at those already in possession of a valid CBT with an extensive amount of riding experience wishing to take the A licence big bike tests. This course will prepare you for the Mod 1 practical test manoeuvres as well as honing your existing riding skills ready for the Mod 2 practical test. The cost is fully inclusive of both practical test fees, motorcycle hire and safety equipment.

DIRECT ACCESS SCHEME (DAS) 5 DAY COURSE

This course is aimed at those already in possession of a valid CBT and some previous riding experience wishing to take the A licence big bike tests. This course will prepare you for the Mod 1 practical test manoeuvres and the Mod 2 test. The cost is fully inclusive of both practical test fees, motorcycle hire and safety equipment.

DIRECT ACCESS SCHEME (DAS) 6 DAY COURSE

This course is aimed at those with little or no riding experience wishing to take the A licence big bike tests.Beginning with the CBT this course will prepare you for the Mod 1 practical test manoeuvres and the Mod 2 test.The cost includes the CBT and is fully inclusive of both practical test fees, motorcycle hire and safety equipment.

After you pass your practical tests

After you pass your practical tests and gain your full bike licence you can ride any size of bike without L plates, carry pillion passengers and also use the motorways.

 

 

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DAS FAQs

DAS stands for Direct Access Scheme.

An intensive course of training on a 650cc motorcycle followed by 2 practical tests.

If you want a full UK unrestricted motorcycle licence then this is the course for you, available with or without CBT.

Then just book a CBT which is the first stage of learning to ride a motorcycle. Once completed you should be ready to move onto DAS.

Prices start from as little as £595 for the 4 day course rising to £795 for the full 6 day course.

The normal start time is 8:30am, but you are advised to be there a little earlier. Your training will be finished generally by 3pm.

Just you and maybe one other customer will be allocated to your instructor.

When attending for your course, you will need to bring your UK photocard driving licence with you. If you have a full UK car licence then you should have motorcycle provisional entitlement. If you have an old style paper driving licence issued before the photocard was introduced in 1998, you should bring this with you.

If you have some, or all of your own motorcycle clothing then it’s best to wear that. Otherwise, we can loan you, a helmet, jacket, gloves and waterproof over-trousers. Please note that any loan equipment may not be a perfect fit.

You are advised to wear your own motorcycle trousers & boots, otherwise at least a pair of jeans (dragging jeans are better) or sturdy leg wear of some description. We can loan you some over trousers if the weather turns wet. With footwear, they really want to be sturdy with ankle support, such as light walking boots, but never steel toe-caps. Avoid wearing any form of slip on shoe.

You will be required to read a number plate at a distance of 20.5 metres. If you wear glasses or contact lenses for driving then remember to bring these along with you to your training and tests. They must be worn at all times that you are riding.

How to find us

Learn2Ride

The National Bowl gate 1

V4 Watling Street

Milton Keynes

MK5 8AA

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Tel: 01908 694 333

We are DVSA Approved & members of the MCITA

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Give us a call on 01908 694 333