What is a riding test?

What is a riding test?

How the riding test works. The test is designed to you’ve reached the level of riding ability needed to ride safely on NSW roads. The testing officer makes most assessments (performance checks) at designated locations. Most performances are checked several times during the test.

What is involved in a bike test?

Motorcycle manoeuvres test a slow riding exercise, where the candidate rides alongside the examiner at walking pace. a slalom and figure of eight exercise, riding around cones. walking and riding U-turn exercises, including use of the motorcycle stands.

What do you need to know about the riding test?

The riding test 1 About the riding test. Practical rider testing is designed to measure your ability to handle a motorcycle, including starting, accelerating, turning and braking. 2 Riders in declared areas. 3 Riders in undeclared area. 4 Applying for your P1 licence.

Where can I book a motorcycle riding test?

You can book your test by phoning 13 22 13 or in person at any service centre. Practical riding tests in undeclared areas cannot be booked online. Remember: if you live in a declared area you will do the Motorcycle Operator Skills Test (MOST) as part of your pre-provisional course through your rider training provider.

What is the most motorcycle operator skills test?

The MOST (Motorcycle Operator Skills Test) is the final component of the pre-provisional course. It is also the major component for those seeking to convert their International Licences. The RMS provides information on this test. View the MOST guide on the RMS website.

When do you have to take dangerous riding test?

Dangerous riding can result in an immediate fail. You can take the test after 3 months on your learner licence. You can continue to practise riding on your learner licence for longer, but it’s a good idea to book your test at least 4 to 6 weeks before your learner licence expires. Learner rider licences cannot be extended or renewed.