The Module One test (MOD 1), takes place at a DVSA Multi Purpose Test Centre (MPTC), which in motorcycle training language, is more commonly referred to as a Motorcycle Manoeuvring Area (MMA). This Module One test area is completely level and has a high-grip tarmac surface, which gives optimal tyre grip in both dry and wet conditions. […]
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Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), is a legal requirement for all wishing to ride a motorcycle or moped* on UK roads. This basic motorcycle training course was designed to ensure that learner riders have the necessary riding skills to safely ride a motorcycle or moped unaccompanied on the road. On successful CBT completion, a DL196 Compulsory […]
This is the official and most up-to-date DVSA motorcycle theory test ‘guide’ – available in book, kindle, DVD and downloadable formats. An essential study guide for any motorcyclist preparing to pass their theory test and according to Amazon, this is the best-selling motorcycle theory test book. This book deals with the multiple choice part of […]
This motorcycle helmet fitting guide/video is based on advice from Sharp, The Helmet Safety Scheme. Motorcycle helmets only offer maximum protection if they fit correctly. It’s highly recommended not to simply guess the size, because every head shape is different and taking time to ensure the best fit is extremely important. Whilst different brands can […]
Uploaded in 2010, this Think Perfect Day motorcycle road safety video shows a perfect motorcycle ride where a rider is given visual warnings of a variety of road hazards and with plenty of time to respond. Whilst many road hazards can be anticipated and planned for, the point of the video is that real-life riding […]
Hands are often the first thing to sustain impact during a motorcycle accident and must be fully protected with motorcycle gloves that cover the fingers, palms, back of the hands and wrists. It is also advisable to have a significant overlap between the gloves and jacket, ensuring that no area of skin is exposed and […]
Whilst year-on-year motorcyclist fatality data has seen significant reductions – motorcycle accident statistics continue to report bikers as suffering the highest accident and injury rates per mile travelled (versus all other road users).
According to a recent survey of over 1000 motorcycle riders, estimates are that as many as 400,000 UK motorcyclists are trusting their motorcycle helmet safety to crash helmets that have been in use for longer than five years. Buy motorcycle helmets
Having spent time producing motorcycle video with many action cameras – but in particular the Drift Innovation Ghost S and the GoPro Hero 4 and following our recent production experiences (and challenges) filming advanced motorcycle skills in Snowdonia, we have been very encouraged by the unveiling of the Drift Innovation Ghost 4K.
About twelve months ago the formal aspects of VideoBiker were agreed. A website name followed and the strap-line ‘Keep it on the black stuff’ was written. This statement is a business critical measure of our success at VideoBiker – an ethos of motorcycle safety and ensuring all is geared to keeping more riders on the black stuff.