New Motorcycle test changes for 2019

New DVLA motorcycle rules 2019

New regulations are coming into force from the DVSA to restrict riders who are looking to take their ‘A’ licence. Will you be affected?

Under current legislation, riders who wish to sit there test was able to do so providing that their motorcycle meet the following requirements. Currently, the bike must have a capacity of at least 595cc and a total power output of at least 40kW (54bhp).

However, the new legislation places additional restrictions on the rider. This means that motorcycles used for A licence tests must now have a kerb weight of at least 180kg and a 50kW (67bhp) total power output. As a result, any motorcycles which do not meet these requirements can not be used.

The new regulations will come into force as of January 1st, 2019. View the list below for a full breakdown. For other legal updates for bikers, check out our legal news section.

List of motorcycles which are affected

  • BMW C600
  • BMW C650
  • Harley-Davidson XL883
  • Harley-Davidson Street 750
  • Honda Deauville
  • Honda Fury
  • Honda Integra NC750
  • Honda NC700/S/X (‘AL’ sticker or cert req’d)
  • Honda NC750/S/X
  • Honda NTV 650
  • Honda Transalp
  • Honda NTV 650
  • Husqvarna SMR 630
  • Husqvarna SMS 630
  • Husqvarna TE 630
  • Husqvarna TR 650 Strada
  • Husqvarna TR 650 Terra
  • Hyosung GV700
  • Kawasaki Vulcan 650
  • Kawasaki Vulcan S 650
  • KTM 690 Duke
  • KTM 690 Enduro R
  • KTM 690 SMC R
  • Suzuki Burgman 650
  • Triumph America
  • Triumph Scrambler
  • Triumph Speedmaster
  • Triumph Street Cup
  • WK bikes 650 i
  • WK bikes 650 TR
  • WK bikes 650NK
  • WK bikes 650MT
  • Yamaha SCR950
  • Yamaha XV950
  • Yamaha XV950R

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