MOD1 left circuit exercises
MOD 1 left circuit exercises demand ongoing instruction and practice. They include slow-control and circuit based speed exercises – designed to replicate road riding scenarios and to show sufficient skills to ride safely on the road. For example, the slow control ride tests a candidates ability to deal safely with slow moving traffic. The controlled stop assess a riders ability to stop correctly at a junction and the avoidance exercise, simulates commonly encountered road situations, where a rider might need to avoid a fast developing hazard. Riding the circuit exercises also assess a candidates steering, forward observation, positioning and use of speed.
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Getting to grips with MOD 1 test left circuit
At the Motorcycle Manoeuvring Area (MMA), where MOD 1 tests take place, there are two circuits (left and right). Whilst each involves the same exercises, it’s important to be aware of the subtle differences and not to be caught out on test day. This section looks at left circuit MOD 1 exercises.
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