- Full A1 Motorcycle License training course package available.
- Practical course (Training only on your own motorcycle)
Aged 17 and above
This test is taken on a bike between 120cc and 125cc.
Before starting your A1 motorcycle licence course and training, you will be required to have passed your Motorcycle Theory Test. 1st Gear can book this for you as part of your course.
The apps for the theory test that have been used by our students and recommend, are either Focus or Deep River Developments – Be careful on the wording of the questions on the multiple choice – as they try and trick you with their wording! If you are getting low scores on the Hazard Perception, try delaying your reaction then hopefully you will get a higher score – This is because it is designed for someone who has not been on the road before! The hazard clips are now Computer Generated Imaging (CGI) at the Test Centres.
This licence can be taken on a motorcycle between 120cc and 125cc (11kW). Once you have passed the A1 motorcycle course and training you can ride up to a 125cc bike without L plates and carry a pillion passenger. To ride a larger capacity motorcycle, you will need to take an A2 or A Licence depending on your age.
You will be required to train for your Module 1 and Module 2 motorcycle tests. The Module 1 training will be conducted at our safe off-road Training Centre. If you look on our video page you will see Module 1 Training and a Test being conducted. Module 2 Training will be conducted in the local area of Hampshire and Surrey including Farnborough, Fleet, Aldershot and Farnham.
On completion of your A1 motorcycle course and training you will take your tests at the local Farnborough Test Centre, which is located ONLY 10 minutes FROM OUR TRAINING CENTRE!! On passing the tests you will be able to remove your L Plates and carry a pillion passenger.
Vision. You MUST be able to read a vehicle number plate, in good daylight, from a distance of 20 metres (or 20.5 metres where the old style number plate is used).
If you need to wear glasses (or contact lenses) to do this, you MUST wear them at all times while driving.
The Highway Code applies to England, Scotland and Wales and is essential reading for everyone.