Boost Your Motorcycle Skills with Das Training
If you are a motorcyclist who would someday wish to ride a bike of unrestricted capacity, then a DAS Training Short for (Direct Access Scheme) is the course you would have to take.
However, you must be 24 years of age and over to access the course. Successful completion of the exercise would allow you ride both medium and large capacity machines without first having to take the tests for the lower grades, and then waiting two years for approval.
DAS training usually takes approximately four days, during which time you will be trained to pass Module 1 and Module 2 practical tests. Module 1 is an off-the-road test element that allows your instructor to assess whether or not your riding procedures are correct, and at a standard high enough to enable you to progress to Module 2 in which you will get the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the machine you will be using in your road test.
Remember, however, that you should have completed a course of compulsory basic training (CBT) before you become eligible for DAS training. There are five elements to the CBT course, which you ought to have mastered. These include practical training in on-site training and riding, as well as on-road training and riding.
For your convenience, Full Motorcycle Training London uses a different method to other providers in helping you access your DAS Training Short for (Direct Access Scheme) course with minimum effort. From any of its central London locations you can be among the students given the opportunity to pay their fees in increments as they progress, thus allowing you to budget the expense in accordance with your financial condition.
So you can now join the new generation of bikers that has been taking to the road, recently. Most are over 40 years of age, with some well into their sixth decade. Note, as well, that several well-known celebrities, including Olympic medal-winning athletes and internationally-recognised radio presenters, have benefited from taking training courses in motorcycle riding.