The Motorcycle Riding Test is designed to test your ability to control the cycle under many different circumstances including:
- making turns;
- traveling in a straight line;
- acceleration and braking; and
- slow speed maneuvers.
You must make one complete turn both ways and return to the stop line. Correct posture and smooth throttle control is the aim of this exercise. While on the circle, look through the turn and lean slightly.. Return to the stop line using both brakes to stop.
While moving forward and keeping both feet on the foot rest, you must ride through the serpentine/zigzag in a controlled manner during the test.
Straight Line/Brake Test
You must ride in a straight line between the cones, turn while remaining in control, and accelerate in preparation for the brake test. The cycle must be brought to a quick, safe, controlled stop with the front wheel stopping before the white stop line, using both brakes.
Turn Signals (Hands)
You must ride in a straight line and make a left turn at the end of the cones using your left hand. Repeat the procedure making a right hand turn at the end of the cones.