Prepare to pass your motorcycle theory test first time with the latest edition of this best-selling theory test book; the ONLY official expert revision guide. Now with more help than ever before.
Five reasons to buy it:
1. Bite-size information for each topic, written in an easy-to-remember way which links the theory to your practical riding experience to help you really understand
2. Hundreds of official DVSA theory test revision questions just like the ones you’ll get on your actual test so you can see how much you’ve learnt
3. Learn your way, with loads of photos and diagrams, links to more information and videos online, plus hints and tips to help you learn
4. Lots of extra help including explanations and references for every answer so you can really understand the theory, plus practice case studies for each topic and some new case studies just like the ones in the actual test
5. It’s really easy to use – test yourself so you can see when you’re ready to pass, plus expert advice on what to expect on the day.
Essential reading for all learner motorcyclists, this book prepares you for the multiple choice part of your theory test and ensures you’re on the road to safe riding for life.
The Highway Code is the official government guidance on correct road usage for all categories of road users. There are, on average, 10 deaths on UK roads every day. By reading and following the rules of The Highway Code you can help reduce the number of deaths and injuries on our roads.
It covers information for pedestrians and cyclists, motorcyclists, includes guidance concerning animals, instruction on motorway driving, railway crossings and contains all the most important road signs and road markings
The Highway Code represents the core information that all road users need to know. It is relevant both to learners and to mature drivers as it contains the latest information – from horse riding to mobile phones.
You can read the motorcycle specific additions to the main code here.
More than 50,000 people a year qualify for a full bike licence in the UK, often taking the the plunge to get on a bike only after months of even years of thinking about it.
But training in the UK is very hit and miss, with many schools offering instruction which is poor or even dangerous. On top of this, the motorcycle test falls woefully short of what is needed to produce a safe, skillful rider.
This book teaches new riders how to become confident and safe on the road.
It’s the first book to show beginners how to choose an excellent bike training school, to monitor their own training, and to start riding with a full complement of real-world survival skills.
It also covers post-test improvement, the causes of the most common accidents (written by a police accident investigator) and advice on getting back into biking after a long break. And it emphasizes the fun and joy of bike riding.
“This is a great book. It can help a lot of people.” Charley Boorman,
“This book fills an unexploited niche. It’s exactly what new riders need.” James Chapman
“Essential reading for anybody learning to ride a motorcycle.” Peter Baker, Motor Cycle News
Theory Test – Practice every official revision question, licensed directly from the Driver and Vehicles Standard Agency – the people who set the test.
Hazard Perception Test – Practise hundreds of interactive video clips that accurately simulate the official DVSA test.
The Official Highway Code eBook – Read out and about on devices that can view PDF files, such as your PC, Mac, tablet, eBook reader or smartphone.
Learn on the Go – Practice official Theory Test revision questions on the move using your mobile phone or other MP3 compatible devices.
Theory Test Mock Papers – Revise anywhere using the printable Theory Test book and printable exam papers.
Beginners Guide to Biking eBook – Read essential information and advice about learning to ride and gaining your full motorcycle licence.
With input from police riders, trainees and civilian experts, this work is designed for police trainees and other riders concerned with getting the best from their machines. It gives information on safe and effective methods of riding a bike.
This edition reflects changes in advice and in regulations, and includes illustrations to explain the importance of correct positioning and hazard awareness, a chapter on motorway riding, and notes of main learning points and reviews and questions for each chapter.
This book is all about how to be somewhere else when “the other bloke” makes his mistake.
For anyone who is already or is considering becoming a motorcyclist, Roadcraft is a must.