If you’re considering having DAS training, it’s helpful to know a few things about the process. First, you’ll need to be 24 or older to get this full, unrestricted motorbike license. If you have had an A2 bike license for more than two years, you can simply upgrade the license by re-taking the test on an unrestricted motorcycle. The good news is, once you pass the DAS full motorcycle training, you will be able to any scooter or motorbike. If you pass on a manual bike, then you can ride a full or automatic bike. If you pass the test on an automatic, then your license will be restricted to automatics only.
Other than being of the appropriate age, you’ll need to have a valid driver’s license. If you don’t have a previously existing A2 motorcycle license, you won’t have to complete the Compulsory Basic Training (CBT). One of the requirements to book the DAS motorcycle training is completing the motorcycle theory test. Once you pass this test, you receive the motorcycle theory test certificate number which you can then use to book your DAS test. The DAS motorcycle training involves passing the DVSA module 1 & 2.
Module 1 is an off-road test lasting 12 minutes. This module is designed to test your handling skills and control of the machine at low and high speeds. Module 2 is a 35 minute test on the road which tests your ability to drive on your motorbike in traffic. To obtain a license that allows you to ride bikes with no restriction of power, you’ll want to conduct your tests on a motorcycle with 595cc and a power output of at least 53bhp. If you’re not used to handling a DAS bike, stay balanced when you come to a stop so that you don’t topple over. If your judgement is unsure of when to brake, brake sooner than later. Allow yourself to have sufficient time practicing on a bike so you can be sure that you’ll pass both modules. Get the best full motorcycle training London has to offer by working with our organization that has trained many celebrities on how to ride.