Driving a motorcycle is a fascinating leisure activity that has become very popular in recent years. Touring in the open air, enjoying nature or simply navigating through traffic jams at your own pace. Want to know if driving a motorcycle is something for you? Try taking some motorcycle lessons!
Tips for taking motorcycle lessons in Amsterdam
- Start learning for your theory exam in time
- Schedule 1 or 2 driving lessons per week
- Plan two lessons in a row to master multiple situations. A lesson lasts 90 minutes
- Take driving lessons at different times. This way you learn to drive in different situations
- Have faith in yourself. You can do it!
Frequently asked questions
How do I schedule driving lessons?
Did you do a trial lesson? Are you satisfied and do you want to schedule lessons? Please contact our customer service and we will schedule the driving lessons together. This can be done by telephone or e-mail. We always advise to schedule lessons for the coming weeks. This way you can be sure that there is enough availabilities.
How many motorcycle lessons does a beginner need on average?
The number of driving lessons required of course differs per person. Depending on the level, a beginner will need between 18 and 30 lessons.
Can I take lessons for several hours and days in a row?
It is usually possible to have lessons for several hours and days in a row if a student wants this. This requires proper consultation with customer service so that we take the planning into account. It is wise to discuss this with your instructor first to see if intensive lessons suit your level and learning style.
The practical exam, how and where?
The practical motorcycle exam (driving license A) takes place at the CBR location. This differs per exam. The motorcycle practical exam consists of two parts:
- the motorcycle exam General Vehicle Control (AVB)
- the motorbike exam Traffic Participation (AVD)
Where do the driving lessons take place?
We meet up at our location at Eduard Vetermanstraat 6.
On which bike will my practical exam be taken?
A brand new Kawasaki Z600.