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FAQ: How do I build my mechanical knowledge?

Marc Abbott, 25 September 2009 17:24

You can save tons of your hard-earned cash and really increase your enjoyment of biking if you begin to build up your technical knowledge of how your bike works. We've collated a selection of sites (with loads of help from KCMC in the Technical forum) that will point you in the right direction when it comes to servicing and repairing ...

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CBT: How to choose a training centre

Marc Abbott, 02 September 2009 14:47

In years gone by, choosing where you'd complete your CBT and bike training/test was a simple matter of opening the yellow pages and opting for any of several firms offering training in your area. But things have changed a little. All learner motorcycle and learner moped riders must complete a compulsory basic training (CBT) course before riding on the road. ...

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Practical Test: module two sites

Marc Abbott, 14 July 2009 17:04

Module two of the riding test is the final hurdle between being a learner and a possessing a full bike licence. Unlike module one of the test, module two is completed on the road. It involves a road riding test, which will last at least 30 minutes, an eyesight test and safety questions. Click here to book your test online.  ...

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Practical Test: module one test sites

Marc Abbott, 14 July 2009 16:58

If you’ve passed your CBT and theory test you are ready to start training and sign up for your bike test.  This is now completed in two parts. Module one takes place on an off-road site and requires riders to complete:  at least two manoeuvres carried out at slow speed, including a slalom at least two manoeuvres carried out at ...

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