MOD 1 test preparation
Module One test preparation is essential to pass success and progress towards a full motorcycle licence. The MOD 1 Academy enhances practical motorcycle training, by ensuring that candidates ‘experience’ and revisit all aspects of the test area. This includes – what to take, what to wear, understanding the examiners briefing, how the test area is laid out and advice on avoiding rider faults and fails.
Preparing to pass the Module One motorcycle test
Being prepared for MOD 1 test day is critical for ensuring a first time MOD 1 test pass and despite the views of some, there is no such thing as too much preparation. Underpinning all of this is for a novice rider to invest in sufficient Module One motorcycle training with a DVSA certified instructor. This MOD 1 Academy is the perfect compliment to instructor training and this section on preparation will ensure that participants have left nothing to guess work.
MOD 1 PREPARATION
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I’ve had the benefit of VideoBiker throughout Module One and Module Two and have found it’s comprehensive resources to be an incredible boost to practical motorcycle training. With Module One, I had some concerns and overwhelm with understanding the slow control exercises – particularly the U-turn. The videos helped me to understand just how easy the exercises are and really put my mind at ease. [more]
More Module One (MOD 1 ) motorcycle test resources
Module One (MOD1) motorcycle test preparation: Learning to ride a motorcycle (Module One), Overview of Module One motorcycle training, Module One (MOD1) Academy explained, What to take to Module One test, What to wear on Module One test, MOD1 examiners briefing explained, MOD 1 test area explained, What are the common MOD 1 rider faults & test fails. Module One (MOD1) test slow control exercises: How to park-up at MOD 1 test centre, How to carry-out motorcycle manual handling & correctly deal with motorcycle stands, How to complete MOD 1 slalom & figure-of-eight exercise, How to correctly carry out the MOD 1 slow control ride, How to correctly completethe MOD1 U-turn exercise. How to ‘ride the circuit’ on the Module One (MOD1) motorcycle test: Generic MOD 1 test tips on riding the circuit, How to correctly carry out a controlled stop on a motorcycle (MOD 1), How to execute an emergency stop on a motorcycle (MOD 1), How to correctly carry out the MOD 1 avoidance exercise. Some other important aspects for passing the Module One motorcycle test: How to correctly enter the MOD 1 test area, How to correctly leave the MOD 1 motorcycle test area, Overview of the MOD 2 motorcycle test/a>, Why riders must take full responsibility for their own motorcycle safety.