which motorcycle licence is right for you?
Compulsory basic training (CBT) is the first step of your journey.
A valid CBT certificate will allow you to ride a 125cc motorcycle or scooter with L plates, it’s valid for 2 years.
An A1 licence would allow you to ride a 125cc motorcycle or scooter without L plates and won’t expire after 2 years.
Have you already had an A2 licence for 2 years?
An A2 licence would allow you ride any bike up to 35kW.
If you’ve already had an A2 licence for 2 years, you can work towards getting your A licence.
At age 24 and above, you can train towards getting your category A motorcycle licence, allowing you to ride any motorcycle of any size or power within the Kawasaki range. Choose from a 125cc machine all the way up to the largest capacicity sports bikes and everything inbetween. You will be able to ride without L plates, carry a passenger and ride on motorways.
Please be aware that this is a simplified tool to help you quickly understand which motorcycle licence may be appropriate for you. For full details of what is required to gain your motorcycle licence, please speak to our local KRTS school or the KRTS contact centre.