Many people have the goal of taking their bike test so that they can become a qualified rider, able to ride larger classes of bike on the road. Unfortunately, many riders find the test so intimidating that they stay on learner plates, riding small bike and never progress to being a qualified rider. You will see evidence of this in the much larger number of riders on the road with L plates, compared to the number of qualified riders.
If you have been delaying on taking your bike test, we are here to help you make sense of the test. At Ridesure Motorcycle Training, we know how to help you get from complete beginner or long term learner to qualified rider. We have the full length module 1 training area Dunsfold riders need to make a good start.
The first part of the test is Module 1. This is a short assessment but it is intended to ensure that you are ready to be tested on the road. By taking the test in a full length module 1 training area, Dunsfold riders can demonstrate that they are ready to ride in the second module.
Module 1 takes place off road. It is a short demonstration of riding skills. You will be asked to demonstrate fundamental riding manoeuvres, such as an emergency stop, a turn in the road and a figure eight. Because all of this takes place off road, you need to be able to train to take the test somewhere where there is space. Fortunately, we have the full length module 1 training area Dunsfold riders need. By using the full length module 1 training area Dunsfold riders can master these basic skills without running the risk of an accident with other traffic.
Having completed module 1, you can then take module 2. This can be on the same day, but we recommend that you have the booking on different days. This is because if you fail the module 1 test, you will not be able to take the module 2, which means that you will have paid for nothing.
Module 2 consists of several elements, and is more involved than module 1. Whereas module 1 needs a full length module 1 training area, module 2 is carried out mainly on the road. The test will include a demonstrate of skills, and answering some questions on safe riding and bike handling, as well as an eyesight test. Then you will get on the road and show the assessor how you can safely handle your bike on road conditions.
For more information, take a look on the website. You can read about our team of expert instructors. Whether you need a training course as a novice or training as an experienced rider, we have facilities including the full length module 1 training area Dunsfold riders need. For all enquiries including information about the full length module 1 training area Dunsfold learners need, contact our expert health team.