Once you are 19 or older you can start riding A2 category motorcycles. These machines are considerably more powerful and can produce up to 35kW (47bhp) at the rear wheel - enough to put a big a smile on your face!
Training - You might have held your CBT license for a while but it is worth taking some training days to learn how to handle these bigger bikes. Find a training school near you
Theory Test - This comes in two parts - a multiple choice question section and a hazard perception test.
Multiple choice - 50 questions about the Highway Code. Your score must be 43/50 or higher to pass.
Hazard Perception Test - Uou must identify hazards shown in 14 different video clips. Your score must be at least 47/75 or higher to pass.
Mod 1 - This is taken at a designated space that is not "on the road" and also has two parts - `Slow Speed` and `High Speed`.
Slow Speed -
High Speed -
Mod 2 - This is taken entirely on public roads with a DVSA examiner. Usually 40 minutes long.
After a few questions asked at the start by the examiner you will head out onto the road, having radio contact with your examiner. They will examine your ability to ride safely to a destination whilst reading road signs and road markings.
Good luck and ride safe.