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So you're ready to take the step into the biking world, you have you’re CBT, your THEORY TEST and your License to hand, all documents are valid and up-to-date. What’s next?


Well, before you move forward we recommend you give us a call, our training modules can vary from a 3-day course to a 5-day course and we recommend you come in and complete a FREE RIDER ASSESMENT, which will help us accurately advise you on which module length would suit you best.


We have found that by taking advantage of our FREE RIDER ASSESMENT you will increasing your pass rate probability and at the same time make sure your learning experience is completed accurately, safely and confidently.


So don't delay, give us a call, or complete our FREE RIDER ASSESMENT FORM and reply.

Welcome to ...

"Avsco Bike Courses" Watford.

"I loved how they helped me with the training, explained everything to me step by step."


This exam is all about control. You must demonstrate good control of the bike in a variety of conditions, from slow speed manoeuvres to speed manoeuvres. Just like in the Video. When Choosing a Training School you want to make sure they have a site big enough to be able to practice all your MOD 1 exercises in a safe and controlled enviroment. At AVSCO Bike Courses we have full exclusive use of a 300 sq meter site where we are able to complete all the mandatory exercises at the required speeds.


To further prepare you and give you the edge that will take you over the finish line, we also have access to the DVSA exam site on week-ends. So you should be able to practice on the actual tarmac you will take your exam.

Your exam in two parts ...


"If you want to pass your motorcycle test AVSCO are the go to people. All the staff are really friendly which puts you at ease straight away. I went from a novice to a full motorcycle licence holder in 5 days! WOW! how did that happen!"

"I can honestly say I was so happy with how nice and helpful everyone was I booked a 4 day DAS Motorcycle Test Course, and had my MOD1 and MOD2 on the same day.!"


For the best bike training available, the choise is simple...