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LearnerRider

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LearnerRider says:

Registered keeper?

Hi all I was just wondering if anyone knew the rules of being a register keeper for a bike that you aren't old enough to ride, yet!


I currently ride a 125cc and am 17 years old but fancy buying a little project to do up for when I turn 19 and to learn basic mechanical skills. Any help would be good.

Ashley

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smidget

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smidget says:

Hi Ashley

As long as you place the bike on 'SORN' when the time comes round then there is in my opinion no problem as you are only registered as the keeper. 

There does not seem to be any restriction on keeping a bike as long as it is SORN'd, just don't ride on the road until the law says you can.

Nothing to stop you using it on a track day though as far as I know and that's not a lot.

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