If you want to get your full motorcycle licence in Feltham you will first have to complete your motorcycle training. We have a number of motorcycle training schools in Feltham and the surrounding areas, such as Hounslow and Bedfont.
Who can take the Motorcycle Test?
You can ride a motorcycle on the road from the age of 16, although you won’t be eligible to take the full motorcycle test until the age of 19. Below the age of 19 the quickest way onto two wheels is by completing the CBT, which stands for Compulsory Basic Training. As this isn’t the full test, you will have to display L-plates once you pass your CBT, and you won’t be able to carry passengers or ride on the motorway. The CBT is only takes a day to complete, and no prior experience or training is required. You don’t need to worry about passing your theory or hazard perception tests, either.
Once you reach the age of 19, you will be eligible to take your full motorcycle test. To be able to take the practical test you will first have to pass the theory test and hazard perception. Once you pass these you have two years to pass your practical test.
The practical test is comprised of two seperate parts; Module 1 and Module 2. The first is a short off-road section, while the second part of the test takes place on the road.
Preparing for your Motorcycle Test in Feltham
Taking your motorcycle test can be a nerve-racking experience, so it pays to get in as much preparation beforehand as possible. Leading upto your full motorcycle test in Feltham you’ll have lessons with instructors from our motorcycle training schools in Feltham to prepare you for the specific maneuvers and scenarios you will encounter during both modules of the practical test, but it doesn’t hurt to do some extracurricular preparation when you have the time.
If you haven’t already completed your CBT in the last two years then you won’t be able to ride on the road, which means your practice time will be limited to the time you have with your instructor. If you are able to practice on the road then head to quiet areas for some extra practice. Industrial areas outside work hours are good places to practice where you won’t be bothered by much traffic. We have plenty of articles and guides that will help you prepare for your motorcycle test, and YouTube is full of videos to help you with your practical, theory and hazard perception tests. If you decide to use YouTube be careful who you take advice from. Instead of taking tips from unknown riders who may not have much experience, it’s better to choose qualified riders. There are plenty of training schools and instructors with instructional videos on YouTube that will help you prepare for your test.