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Licence Requirements for a 125cc Motorbike

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Does anyone know if you can ride a 125cc motorbike with a provisional licence? I know you have to do a CBT, but do you need to have a full UK licence? Any help and advice would be much appreciated
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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Age 16 Entitled to ride a 50cc moped not exceeding 30mph with CBT and 'L' Plates.
Age 17 CBT to 125cc/14.6 bhp with 'L' Plates or take full test and attain 33bhp entitlement (depending on category taken). 33bhp restriction lasts for 2 years.
Age 19 33bhp restriction lifted if you took your test aged 17.
Age 21 You can take a test so that you can ride any motorcycle you like with no 33bhp restriction. Called Direct Access.
Holders of full Driving license Pass CBT to ride 125cc developing 14.6bhp, with L-Plates and not allowed to use Motorways or take passengers. OR unrestricted 50cc although not allowed on the motorway. OR take the motorcycle test.* Restrictions apply - read main body for info on theory tests.
Holders of Full Bike license Ride any bike you like, but scooters are so much easier to ride and look after.
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just a provisional licence and at least 17
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maddness007
just a provisional licence and at least 17

Thanks because i did not undertand Spooki's post
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But thanks anyway Spooki..:thumbsup:

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