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From December 2010 a minimum you must complete IBT ( Initial Basic Training) before you are allowed by law to ride a bike on your own on a public road.
Following the implementation of Directive 2006/126/EC in January 2013 regarding the licencing of drivers, the European Commission has ratified some amendments to the original Directive and the following changes which relate to the practical motorcycle driving test are due to come into effect in Ireland from the 30th November 2013.
This means that if you are sitting your motorcycle driving test for categories A1, A2 or A on or after the 30th November 2013, the changes below will apply to you. These changes are related to the vehicle being presented at the driving test.
The following are the changes which will be in effect from that date.
“A Category A1 motorcycle without sidecar, with a cylinder capacity of at least 115cm3 and not exceeding 125cm3, and capable of a speed of at least 90km/h, with a power not exceeding 11kW and with a power/weight ratio not exceeding 0.1kW/kg. If the motorcycle is powered by an electric motor, the power to weight ratio of the vehicle shall be at least 0.08 kW/kg”.
Summary: Maximum 125CC with maximum power output of 11 KW
A Category A2 motorcycle without sidecar, with a cylinder capacity of at least 395cm3, and an engine power of at least 20kW, but not exceeding 35kW and with a power/weight ratio not exceeding 0.2kW/kg and not derived from a vehicle of more than double its power. If the motorcycle is powered by an electric motor, the power to weight ratio of the vehicle shall be at least 0.15kW/kg”
Summary : Maximum power output 35KW
The kW requirement for category A motorcycles presenting for the driving test which was introduced on the 19th January 2013, is 50KW.:
“A Category A motorcycle without sidecar, whose unladen mass is more than 175kg, with an engine power of at least 50kW. If the motorcycle is powered by an internal combustion engine, the cubic capacity of the engine shall be at least 595cm3. If the motorcycle is powered by an electric motor, the power to weight ratio of the vehicle shall be at least 0.25kW/kg”
Summary: Minimum power output 50KW and unladen weight 175KG.