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Motorcycle Training for Beginners

Monday, July 18, 2011

Riding a motorcycle is unlike driving a car. Since these are two-wheeled vehicles, they can easily topple if stopped suddenly. A moving motorcycle is led by gyroscopic forces, something which is very unique to all two-wheeled machines. Only a skilled motorcyclist must be allowed to handle a bike and for this reason, governments of different countries have made it a point to allow only those people to ride who have a license. In a nutshell, every motorcycle enthusiastic must learn to art to steer, brake and change the gears of this machine.
Even after the careful monitoring by the administration, biking constitutes over 45% of serious accidents on UK roads. Most of these are caused due to partial negligence by the motorcycle rider or others not looking carefully enough at the road. Riding defensively is the basic of any vehicle driving. For anyone interested in getting the licence to become a motorcyclist and ride without “L” plates on UK roads, there are some steps that are required to be followed.

After getting a provisional licence, the person needs to take CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) and buy, hire or borrow a learner bike and helmet etc. The motorcyclist is also required to buy self and vehicle’s insurance and after that, he or she can start practicing on the roads for the test. One of the most useful practices to learn new driving is to go through books that describe highway and other road codes. Once a person is familiar with those, learning to ride the motorcycle becomes an easy process.
After practicing, the person is expected to undertake and clear the theory test, followed by practical in the presence of an expert rider. Once both the tests are cleared, you are free to remove “L” plates and ride freely within the country.


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