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Anchor Motorbike Training Courses

Motor Cycle Tests

Module 1 and 2 Tests

Your practical test will be conducted from the Multi-Purpose Test Centre, Mothers Way, Silkwood Park, Ossett, WF5 9TR After the examiner greets you he will then proceed to check your documents. When attending your Module 1 or Module 2 practical test you will always need to take four documents with you.

If you have an old style, non-photo-card, licence you will need to bring:-

  • Your driving licence
  • Your passport
  • Your CBT certificate
  • Your theory test certificates
  • If you have a new photo-card licence you will need to bring:-

  • Your photo-card
  • The paper counterpart
  • Your CBT certificate
  • Your theory test certificate
  • What happens in a Module 1 Test?

    The Module 1 Practical Test requires you to complete a series of manoeuvers at the DVSA test centre, which lasts approximately 15/20 minutes.

    Currently these manoeuvers include:

  • Manual Handling: Pushing your bike into a parking bay – technique not muscle power!
  • Slalom: Slow riding through a slalom of 5 cones
  • Figure of eight: Slow riding around 2 cones to form a figure of 8
  • Slow Ride: Riding slowly across the test pad
  • U-Turn: Turning the bike in in the simulated road area of the test pad
  • Cornering: Riding the bike round a left or right curve
  • Controlled Stop: Stopping the bike under control in a designated area
  • Emergency Brake: Stopping the bike as in an emergency whilst travelling at 50kph/32mph
  • Hazard Avoidance: Riding the bike around a hazard (cone) at 50kph/32mph
  • After the test there is a de-brief explaining the test results.
  • What happens in a Module 2 Test?

    On Module 2, the examiner will attach a radio to you and this will be followed by an eye-sight test on a standard number plate at no less than 20.5 meters.

    You will then be asked two ‘show-and-tell’ questions and one pillion passenger question before being told to sit astride the bike when you will then be given a radio test. The examiner will tell you to follow the road ahead unless he or she tells you otherwise or unless you are directed otherwise by any road signs. During this road session you will be asked to perform the following;

  • U-Turn.
  • An angle start.
  • A hill start.
  • Approximately 3 to 5 requests to pull in at the kerb in a safe place and then ride on when it is safe to do so.
  • After this you will be asked if you would like your instructor present during a debrief and then you will told your test result. Should you be unlucky enough to fail the Module 1 test you will have to wait 3 clear working days before you can re-sit however you can rebook another test that day. The waiting period for Module 2 tests is 10 days.