Explanation of your Mod Skills Day 3 course

This course will further prepare you for taking the Module 2 Motorcycle Test and consists of riding a larger motorcycle (500/600cc depending on your age) whilst in radio contact with one of our fully qualified instructors. The training will include riding in a variety of situations such as urban riding, dual carriageways, and country lanes. Your instructor will provide detailed feedback on your riding and work with you to help you reach the required standard in order to pass the Module 2 test. This course can be booked as part of a full training course – in which case it would follow the Mod Skills Day 2 course – or as a stand-alone course, for example, as preparation for a student re-taking the Module 2 test.
This course lasts a full day and costs £175.00 including bike hire. There is a maximum ratio of two students to one instructor.
In order to take the Module 2 Motorcycle Test you will need to have a valid CBT certificate, Motorcycle Theory Test certificate and Module 1 pass certificate.
The Module 2 test takes about 35 minutes and consists entirely of riding on the road whilst being followed by an examiner from the DVSA. There will be the Motorcycle Test questions (‘Show Me/Tell Me’/Pillion related) at the beginning of the test, a document check and an eyesight check.
If you fail your Module 2 test you will have to wait 10 working days before you can take the test again, and may need to undertake further training. Our office staff can advise on this. Please bear in mind that all the certificates (CBT, Theory and Module 1) have varying life spans and they must all be valid at the time you take your Module 2 test.

Things to bring with you:

  • Your photocard UK driving licence.
  • Your CBT certificate.
  • Your Theory Test pass certificate
  • Your Module 1 test pass certificate
  • Suitable clothing for riding a motorcycle: hard-wearing jeans (not thin cotton trousers, tracksuit bottoms or leggings); sturdy footwear (not flimsy plimsolls or lightweight fashion shoes) – ideally which provide some ankle protection, such as work boots, strong walking boots or similar; glasses or contact lenses if needed.
  • Remember that you are going to be outside – so consider wearing layers if it is going to be cold.
  • You are welcome to bring your own riding gear, although we can provide jackets, helmets, gloves, waterproof trousers and hi-viz bibs