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If you are aged 21 or over you can opt to train and take your test on a larger motorcycle. This is called the Direct Access Scheme (DAS). This training is usually done on one of our big bikes (500cc plus) motorcycles.
There are several advantages with DAS (Direct Access Scheme) training. First off you learn on a larger more powerful machine, similar to the ones many people will buy on passing their test. Once you have passed the test, you can ride any motorcycle you wish with no restrictions on power output or engine size. While we would definitely not recommend buying a super bike as a first big bike the Direct Access Scheme does allow a much greater choice of machines and this can be useful if commuting, riding with a pillion passenger or touring by motorcycle is planned.