Direct Access Courses You Will Benefit From
The team at Focus Rider Training offer a wide range of Direct Access and A2/ A1courses in Bury. The DAS allows riders aged over 24 to take a riding test on larger and more powerful motorcycles. These motorcycles and scooters are usually over 600cc. Once you clear the DAS course, you will be awarded a license which will allow you to ride a motorbike of any size and power. If you want to go for an A2 licence (19 years or older, maximum 46.6 bhp) or an A1 licence (17 years or older,maximum 125cc and 15 bhp) the course structure is the same. The courses we offer include both tests and we also take all our trainees to our local DVSA Multiple test centre at Darwen weekends and Tuesday mid week to practice the module one in a safe environment.
Pay As You Go
Due to popular demand "Pay as you go" options are available please ask us for more information and prices.
2-day DAS/ A2 to DAS minimum 12 hours includes time using bike for tests
This course is for the experienced and competent on a bigger bike and have ridden a minimum of 2000 miles or going from an A2 to DAS are eligible to take up this course. You will be riding a 650cc bike during the duration of the course. This course is subject to an assessment and can be done with training on 1st day of Module one and module two then 2nd day both tests booked on the same day or split the 2nd day in to 2 halves to take tests separately.
2.5-day DAS/ A2 minimum 15 hours includes time using bike for tests
This course is for the experienced riders who can start their training on Module one and Module two for a 650cc immediately. You will need to be very competent on a bike with standard manual transmission, to be eligible to take up this course, one and half days training and you can do both test on the same day or split the day in to 2 half days for tests.
3-day DAS / A2 minimum 18 hours includes time using bike for tests
This course is for competent riders who has recently taken the CBT test and want to proceed on to a bigger bike, 1st day will be to ease your transition from a smaller to a bigger bike and then go on to module one and module two training, the 3rd day you can do both test on the same day or can be split in to 2 half days to do the tests.
4-day DAS / A2 minimum 24 hours includes time using bike for tests
This course is for riders making the transition to a bigger bike straight from their CBT. the first day will be getting more practice on a 125cc which will be the tune up day, some riders may need another extra day on a 125cc before making the transition to a bigger bike, if this is the case after starting this course, you can pay for an extra day the same price as if you had taken a 5 day course ( this is only on a 4 day package ) on this package we recommend you take your module one and module two tests on separate days.
Please remember to carry your UK riding licence, your CBT certificate and your motorcycle theory test pass certificate when attending your tests, the tests will not go ahead without them.
Advantages of taking up a DAS Course:
- It will allow you to ride larger and more powerful bikes
- This is beneficial for semi-experienced riders to ramp up their riding abilities
- It can be used as a preparatory course for the CBT practical test
- It can be used to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of motorcycle riding
Use the 'Right Gear'
Riding a bike can be risky if you are not fully equipped with the right gear. Riding boots are a must and so are long trousers or heavy jeans. We issue our customers boots, armoured trousers, helmets, jackets and gloves. If you wear spectacles or contact lenses, please make sure that you wear them as an eyesight check is a requirement of the course.