Can I ride a motorcycle with Category A?
Does category “A” on your motorbike mean you can ride a motorbike? In short, yes it does. Category A entitlement means you can ride any motorcycle, even with a passenger and on motorways.
What is a Category A motorcycle?
Category A1 (small motorcycles up to 11kw – 125cc)
Category A1 covers small motorcycles with: a cylinder capacity not more than 125cc. power output not more than 11kW and a power/ weight ratio not exceeding 0.1kW/ kg. motor tricycles with a power not exceeding 15kW.
What cc bike can I ride with Category A?
The A1 licence
An A1 licence allows riders aged 17 and over to: Ride a light motorcycle up to 11 kW (and a power-to-weight ratio not more than 0.1kW per kg) and 125 cc (rough top speed of 60mph) Ride without L-plates. Carry a pillion passenger.
Can I ride a 125cc on category A?
I did a CBT several years ago, can I still ride my 125cc motorcycle or scooter. Yes if you have taken and passed your full motorcycle test for category A1, A2 or A OR your CBT certificate is still valid.
What is Category A on UK driving licence?
You can drive: motorbikes with a power output more than 35kW or a power to weight ratio more than 0.2kW/ kg.
Why do I have Category A on my 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 age can you get a 600cc motorcycle UK?
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 does Category A 79 3 mean?
79 (3) – restricted to tricycles. 96 – allowed to drive a vehicle and trailer where the trailer weighs at least 750kg, and the combined weight of the vehicle and trailer is between 3,500kg and 4,250kg.