Test Training

Book your motorcycle test training today with Damerells Motorcycles Training. Based in Indian Queens, Cornwall. We offer test training courses that include test fees, bike hire and loan of equipment if needed.

We pride ourselves in teaching our customers in learning to ride to aid your safety and provide confidence when riding.

Look to our highly regarded company to obtain your bike licence. We have a very high pass rate with many successful 1st time passes. At just £575 for both A2 and DAS licence courses, now is the right time to train for a whole new world of motorcycling.  For A1 and Progressive Access licence (existing A1 or A2 licence holders) please phone to discuss your specific requirements.

A1 Licence

This course can be taken from the age of 17 on a 125cc motorcycle. On passing the test your licence would limit you to a 125cc motorcycle.

A2 Licence

This course can be taken from the age of 19. The training and tests must be taken on a machine of at least 395cc and have between 27 to 47bhp.

Upon passing your licence would restrict you to a bike of up to 47bhp.  

A Licence (Direct Access Scheme (DAS)

This course can be taken from the age of 24. The training and tests are taken on a motorcycle of at least 598cc and 53bhp.  On passing you gain full licence entitlement and can ride any motorcycle.

Progressive Access

Upgrading sub category licence (A1 to A2 and A2 to A) courses are available please phone to discuss your requirements.


Unless you have taken the full Category A Licence training, riding a bike bigger than your current licence entitlement means that the test has to be taken again on a larger more powerful machine. You are required to have either held your existing licence entitlement for a minimum of two years, or have reached the minimum age required to take the test. 

The test is a single event but comprises of two parts (Module 1 and Module 2). The DVSA videos below give an insight. Please contact us for more information.

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Informative DVSA videos