Hours of Training
Both parts of the practical motorcycle test (the Module One and the Module Two Tests) must both be passed within two years of you passing your motorcycle theory test. If you have only completed the Module One test before the theory test certificate runs out, you will have to retake the Module One test again after completing another theory test. Make sure there is plenty of time left to complete your Module Two test before the theory test certificate runs out.
The Module Two motorcycle test is a road based assessment of your riding skills. The motorcycle test routes cover a wide variety of road and traffic situations, including an independent ride. The Module Two test will generally take between 45-50 minutes, this includes the briefing at the start of the test, bike questions, the test itself with the result and debrief at the end.
You are strongly advised to book your Module Two training and test through a professional motorcycle training school. This is to ensure you have sufficient training and skills to be ready to take the Module 2 motorcycle test. Professional instruction is essential as it ensures a much higher likelihood of passing your test first time. More importantly it will result in you having a much higher rider ability and overall road safety awareness. Taking a DIY approach to Module Two preparation is not recommended. There are a number of skills that you will be expected to perform, professional training should cover every aspect of the test.
Motorcycle Riders Hub is an online eLearning training and guidance platform for all riders. It helps riders at different stages in their training to understand how to improve, operate and control their motorcycle.
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