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Learner Legal 125cc Motorbikes

Learner Legal 125cc Motorbikes

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Interested in buying a motorbike? Then it has to be a bike suited to your current skill level. At Direct Bikes, we recommend that you take a look at our learner legal 125cc motorbikes. These bikes are the ideal starting place for anyone who is searching for a bike that they could use while learning how to ride.

Instead of having to settle for something smaller, you can get one of our 125cc motorbikes and start riding that on the road ASAP. That’s what we always recommend you get if you are looking for a high-end, learner-friendly motorbike.

What age do I need to be to start riding a motorbike?

To ride one of our learner legal 125cc motorbikes, you would need to be at least the age of 17. These bikes need you to meet a legal age limit, which the government has set at the age of 17 for now. However, you could get what you need to start riding a whole lot earlier.

For example, you could take a look at our 50cc scooters instead. These are learner legal and could be driven from the age of 16. You could get your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) and your provisional driving license at 16. Then, you could spend a year riding a 50cc scooter before moving up to one of our learner bikes at 17.

It’s a personal choice, but you do have to be at least the age of 17 if you want to get involved with a learner legal motorbike.

What does my CBT and provisional permit me to do?

With the CBT and a provisional driving license, you would have the permission of the UK government to ride. However, you would be limited as to what you can and cannot do. This is just part of owning a bike, and it’s important that you stick to the following requirements:

  • You would not be allowed to drive at a top speed above 28/30mph on the roads.
  • You would not be permitted to drive with a passenger on the back of your motorbike.
  • Also, you cannot drive on the motorway at any time when you only have a CBT.
  • Nor can you take off your L plates; these stay until you get a full license.

If you wish to change any of this, then you would need to get a full bike riding license.

What is a full bike riding license?

To progress with one of our learner legal 125cc motorbikes, you need to get a full driving license. This, though, is much easier than it might first sound. At the time of writing, you can pick up one of these licenses with relative ease. You would need to go and pass what is known as your A1 motorbike riding license. This would make sure that all of the above regulations are blown away.

Instead, you could take our learner legal 125cc to its maximum speed of 60/68mph. You could also drive with a passenger and take yourself onto the motorway. You would even be able to take off your L plates, showing you are a fully qualified driver.

To begin with, though, you only need to get your CBT and your provisional riding license. Then, as soon as you are 17, you could give a bike like this a go.

How much should a learner legal 125cc cost me?

Interested in buying a bike made for learners and full riders, then? Good choice!

At Direct Bikes, you can pick up one of our top quality learner legal 125cc motorbikes for a fantastic price. You can pick one up today if you buy with us for only £1,099. Our prices are kept extremely fair and competitively low, meaning that you can be sure you are getting an outstanding deal if you choose to buy with Direct Bikes.

That’s one of the many reasons why we always recommend that you look at our fine collection of learner legal 125cc motorbikes. This should ensure that you can get a lot of value for money from your investment. It will also ensure that you get a bike that is both affordable to buy, and affordable to run at the same time.

How much does a 125cc cost to run?

With mileage ratings in the 100mpg region, you can enjoy picking up a learner legal motorbike without any issue. It’s a good choice for those who happen to do a lot of city riding, as well. Instead of spending all day driving around in your 125cc and noticing the petrol meter plummeting, our vehicles use a measured amount of petrol.

This means less wastage and more long-term savings. With a motorbike from our range, you can easily enjoy riding around on a bike that isn’t going to hit you in the pocket. It’s an economically friendly range of bikes, both in the upfront purchase cost and in the running cost. That’s why so many riders know that they can trust a Direct Bikes purchase. They know that our bikes are built for long-lasting, reliable economic returns.

Buying learner legal 125cc motorbikes with Direct Bikes

If you choose to go through with the purchase, then you can do so today. All that you need to do is sit down and take a look at our websites. With so many great motorbikes to pick from, you should have no problem at all in picking out your ultimate motorbike choice. You just need to take a look and work out which bike you think you would enjoy riding around in the most!

Just take a look at our learner legal bikes, and you should have no problem finding one suited to you. Each bike that we sell is suited to a new rider, so you should have no problem at all in picking out a fantastic ride. Are you already quite an experienced rider, though? Then don’t worry. You can still get maximum fun and enjoyment from one of our 125cc range motorbikes. Whatever skill lev you have, you should find hitting the roads in one of our learner legal 125ccs a deeply enjoyable experience!

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