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The Module One test controlled stop is the first of the higher speed exercises. On the first ride of the circuit there are no mandatory speed requirements. Use the first attempt as a practice to settle nerves and experience the feel of riding the circuit. When you ride towards the curve do not go higher than 20 mph to prevent the need to brake. Avoid braking going into the curve or when you are riding the circuit. Using the cones will aid you in positioning the motorcycle. Avoid looking at the cones directly, but keep them in your peripheral vision. Look up and ahead through the corner and to a position where you want to aim the bike. Once out of the curve, look ahead and down to the end of the test centre towards the 4 blue cones where you want to stop the motorcycle with the front wheel between the cones.
When completing the Module One test controlled stop, stopping with the front wheel outside the area designated by the 4 blue cones, will result in test failure. Imagine you are stopping at the end of a road and there is a white line between the cones as your stopping point.
In the circuit: 19 mph (30 kph is an advisory speed requirement) At the speed camera: No speed requirement
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