What motorbike can I ride with Category A licence?
In short, yes it does. Category A entitlement means you can ride any motorcycle, even with a passenger and on motorways. If you have Category AM on your licence, this means you can ride mopeds only, A1 up to 125cc and A2 restricted, which replaces the old 33bhp limit.
Can I ride a 125cc on category A?
You can ride up to 125cc with a valid CBT certificate. (or a full motorcycle licence category A) A 250cc motorcycle will required a full motorcycle licence.
What is Category A on a British driving Licence?
You have an entitlement to drive certain vehicles as soon as you get a full driving licence. These are: Category A – Light motorcycles with an engine of up to 125cc. Category AM – two-wheeled or 3-wheeled vehicles with a maximum speed of more than 15.5mph, but not more than 28mph.
What licence do I need to ride a 600cc bike?
There is no automatic upgrades of licence – if you wish to move up to a full (A) licence you will need to retake the module 1 and 2 tests on an unrestricted 600cc bike when you have reached 24 years of age or held the A2 licence for 2 years. A1 – aged 17 years plus you may take your test on a 125cc bike.
What is Category A on a provisional Licence?
With a provisional licence, you are not allowed to ride on the road until you have completed Compulsory Basic Training. Once you have completed the course you can ride a 50cc moped, or if you are 17 years old or over, with category A on your provisional licence, you can ride a learner legal motorcycle up to 125cc.
Why is Category A on my driving licence?
A Category A licence is a full motorcycle licence. This lets you ride bikes with a power exceeding 35 kW, and also covers motor tricycles over 15 kW.
What CC is A2 licence?
What is a Restricted A2 Licence? A Restricted Licence can be gained by taking a motorcycle test on a motorcycle or scooter of at least 400cc and between 20 and 35kw (33 to 47bhp). It is also known as an A2 Licence. To qualify for this test you must have first done a CBT and a Motorcycle Theory Test.