In a previous blog we explained what the A2 motorcycle licence category is for. Since then the DVSA has proposed, in a consultation, changes to the size of machine that can be used on an A2 test. The proposal is to allow a minimum of a 245cc motorbike to be used. Previously this was 395cc. The power of the motorcycle must still be between 20 to 35kW and with a power to weight of up to 0.2kW/kg. These changes have now been accepted but need to go through government to be passed, so we will have to wait before such machines can be used on an A2 test. However, this opens up the A2 test to use smaller and lighter machines than previous which may suit some riders.
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