Course & Price Information

All our prices include the prior booking of the motorcycle test and asscociated fees.
Any clothing and equipment you require to take the training and tests is provided at no extra cost.
We offer bespoke courses with all dates for training and tests secured at the time of booking.
Any retest necessary will be discussed and booked as availability dictates.

Direct and Restriced Access

Details: Full Licence Courses (DAS -A1, A2 and A Licences) consist of training sessions and two Practical Tests called Modules. You must achieve a Pass in both Modules before being awarded a Licence. The First Module is conducted Off-Road and looks at your handling ability of the motorcycle. The Second Module is conducted On-Road and looks at your ability to deal with different traffic situations. You must Pass your Module 1 before being able to complete a Module 2 test.

The Direct Access course (DAS), and the Restricted Access courses (A1, and A2) differ only by age restriction and machine size. (see information page for details)
The Prices of our courses reflect the time spent training for the test in relation to the students previous experiences.

The Modules can be offered singularly if necessary; For Example, Training and Test for Module 1 has been conducted by a different training body and you have decided to come to us for the second part, Module 2. Prices can be arranged following a brief consultation to establish your requirements.

Courses Available

CBT Courses

CBT :   £130
ADDTIONAL DAYS :   £75
   

A full, one day course, to introduce the you to the motorcycle or scooter, and the requirements of essential clothing and equipment.
 You will develop the basics of control and handling by taking a series of manoeuvres with our instructor ,who will aim to create a solid foundation of skills for you to develop further in your riding career.
Once you have reached a suitable standard and understanding of the basics, your skills are further developed in a Q & A briefing on the essential knowledge needed from the highway code.
Our briefing will give the student the necessary guidance towards 'Road Craft', which is a continuous learning curve for the rider on their competent use of the road. This improves only with time, experience and personal development.
The skills learnt are then put into practice, on the ‘Road Ride’. You will be accompanied by an instructor, in radio contact.  You will be guided through local roads dealing with situations as they develop.
Contrary to what you often read or hear, the road ride is NOT the test, it is a further development of the skills learned throughout the course, and will be used to ascertain your ability to ride independently and safely.
On completion of the course, successful students are issued the DL196 Certificate, which validates the provisional entitlement on their licence.
Additional days or extended courses may be required.


FULL LICENCE SHORT COURSE (3 OR 4 DAY COURSE)

3 Day Course:   Module 1 & Module 2 Training and Test for: £555
4 Day Course:   Module 1 & Module 2 Training and Test for: £665
    +£100 for extended test (if required)
   

Included : (Test fee, the use of our motorcycle and an escort to and from the test centre)

You will be introduced to the motorcycle (600cc or restricted A2 machine) you will be riding for the training and preparation for test. A detailed explanation of the Module 1 and 2 Tests, this includes diagrams of the off road test layout, and a thorough brief on the syllabus for the road element test. An off road session of one day to develop further your slow speed control and required techniques to build confidence in the handling and control of the machine for the preparation for the Module 1 Test. . Throughout the course road ride training sessions and briefings in the craft of riding and control techniques will be conducted with a DVSA qualified instructor to develop the skills required to deal with all situations you will encounter on road for the Module 2 Test. All briefings throughout the course will refer to the CBT syllabus, and develop further, the craft of motorcycle riding to a high standard of safety.

The motorcycle tests are usually pre-booked, providing a defined course, with training scheduled around the test slots. Our intensive style course are normally conducted over a two week period. This allows time for skills learnt to be absorbed and if required, time to continue practice towards the final test. If you were to be unsuccessful on the module 1 test, having a short period between tests allows a possible retake of the module (test) and additional training if required

Course structure can be discussed and arranged according to your requirements where possible. This does depend on levels of business at the time.

(Test fees are not refundable from the DSVA for tests booked that are not attended.)


FULL LICENCE STANDARD COURSE (5 OR 6 DAY COURSE)

5 Day Course::   Module 1 & Module 2 Training and Test for: £795
6 Day Course:   Module 1 & Module 2 Training and Test for: £900
    +£100 for extended test (if required)
   

Included : (Test fee, the use of our motorcycle and an escort to and from the test centre)

The full licence course can include the Compulsory Basic Training Course on a 125cc motorcycle if required. Or, if confidence building is necessary , even if a CBT is held but a limited amount riding time has taken place, training may start on a 125cc, prior to moving onto the 600cc. (this is not necessary in all cases). You would then be introduced to the larger engine motorcycle (600cc or restricted A2 machine) you will be riding for the training and preparation for test. A detailed explanation of the Module 1 and 2 Tests, this includes diagrams of the off road test layout, and a thorough brief on the syllabus for the road element test. Off road sessions of 2 or more days to develop slow speed control and required techniques to build confidence in the handling and control of the machine for the preparation for the Module 1 Test. Throughout the course road ride training sessions and briefings in the craft of riding and control techniques will be conducted with a DVSA qualified instructor to develop the skills required to deal with all situations you will encounter on road for the Module 2 Test. All briefings throughout the course will refer to the CBT syllabus, and develop further, the craft of motorcycle riding to a high standard of safety.

The motorcycle tests are usually pre-booked, providing a defined course, with training scheduled around the test slots. Our intensive style course are normally conducted over a two week period. This allows time for skills learnt to be absorbed and if required, time to continue practice towards the final test. If you were to be unsuccessful on the module 1 test, having a short period between tests allows a possible retake of the module (test) and additional training if required

Course structure can be discussed and arranged according to your requirements where possible. This does depend on levels of business at the time.

(Test fees are not refundable from the DSVA for tests booked that are not attended.)


FULL LICENCE NOVICE COURSE (7 DAY COURSE)

7 Day Course:   Module 1 & Module 2 Training and Test for: £1025
    +£100 for extended test (if required)
   

Included : (Test fee, the use of our motorcycle and an escort to and from the test centre)

The full licence course can include the Compulsory Basic Training Course on a 125cc motorcycle if required. Or, if confidence building is necessary , even if a CBT is held but a limited amount riding time has taken place, training may start on a 125cc, prior to moving onto the 600cc. (this is not necessary in all cases). You would then be introduced to the larger engine motorcycle (600cc or restricted A2 machine) you will be riding for the training and preparation for test. A detailed explanation of the Module 1 and 2 Tests, this includes diagrams of the off road test layout, and a thorough brief on the syllabus for the road element test. Off road sessions of 2 or more days to develop slow speed control and required techniques to build confidence in the handling and control of the machine for the preparation for the Module 1 Test. Throughout the course road ride training sessions and briefings in the craft of riding and control techniques will be conducted with a DVSA qualified instructor to develop the skills required to deal with all situations you will encounter on road for the Module 2 Test. All briefings throughout the course will refer to the CBT syllabus, and develop further, the craft of motorcycle riding to a high standard of safety.

The motorcycle tests are usually pre-booked, providing a defined course, with training scheduled around the test slots. Our intensive style course are normally conducted over a two week period. This allows time for skills learnt to be absorbed and if required, time to continue practice towards the final test. If you were to be unsuccessful on the module 1 test, having a short period between tests allows a possible retake of the module (test) and additional training if required

Course structure can be discussed and arranged according to your requirements where possible. This does depend on levels of business at the time.

(Test fees are not refundable from the DSVA for tests booked that are not attended.)

Additional Training Days: £170 


MODULE 1 : RE-TEST ONLY FEE – £115
(Inclusive of Pre-test training of 2 Hours and escort to and from test centre)

MODULE 2 : RE-TEST ONLY FEE – £175
(Inclusive of Pre-test training of 2 Hours and escort to and from test centre)


2 HOURLY LESSONS AVAILABLE AT £80 PER SESSION, £40 PER HOUR THEREAFTER

Bookings are in 2 hour sessions only

You Must Bring!

A Valid UK Photocard Drivers Licence (Paper counterpart has been phased out as of June 2015, if you are producing an "old style" paper licence then a valid passport must also be provided)

It is important to note that the licence (and passport) must still be within the expiry date.

You must also wear clothing that offers suitable protection and meets the new requirements set down by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency for practical motorcycle tests. It is advised that full protective clothing be worn, Helmet and gloves can be provided at no extra cost.

You must also bring a valid Category A Theory Test PASS Certificate (unless told otherwise), again ensuring it is still within the two year expiry.

If attending a Module 2 course it is also necessary that a valid Module 1 PASS Certificate be produced.

** IMPORTANT NOTICE **

The "short" courses are only suitable for participants with a reasonable amount of riding experience. Strong clutch control and balance is essential for Module 1 along with a good understanding of the test and its criteria. Some experience on a larger machine is advisable if booking a DAS short course. For Module 2 bookings the participant should also have a good knowledge of the highway code focusing closely on multiple roundabouts, one way systems and lane discipline. It is also advisable that the vehicle safety check questions have been revised.

Further training is available on request for re-tests and confidence building if required.

(Drivers/Riders who have been banned from driving must take an extended test. This is an extra £100 on top of prices shown.)