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The Emergency Stop is the second of the higher speed exercises on the Module 1 test. There are speed requirements for this exercise, they are given below. You should ride towards the curve at no more than 20 mph. This reduces the need to brake and makes it easier to line up for the best positioning during and exiting the curve. Look where you want to position the bike and use your peripheral vision to locate the position of the cones. As before, locate the second cone away from the centre red cone, as this is an ideal marker to steer the bike out of the curve. When exiting the circuit, look down the test centre and towards the four blue cones. The examiner will be standing near this area, they will raise their arm to indicate when you should brake. Be aware of how the weather conditions can impact on braking and stopping distances. Ensure that this exercise has been thoroughly practised prior to taking the test and that you are happy with the process. Sometimes a second attempt will be allowed if you fail to reach the required speed.
Emergency stop In the circuit: 19 mph (30 kph is an advisory speed requirement) At the speed camera: 32 mph (50 kph) – required, speed assessed with speed camera
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