A motorcycle is a two-or three-wheeled motor vehicle designed to suit a range of different purposes: long-distance travel, commuting, cruising, sport (including racing), and off-road riding. Over the years, the term “motorcycling” has come to be associated with not only riding a motorcycle but also being involved in other related social activities such as joining motorcycle clubs, motorcycle associations, and rallies.

In 1885, Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach made Daimler Reitwagen which became the first internal combustion, petroleum-fueled motorcycle. However, it wasn’t until 1894, that Hildebrand & Wolfmüller became the first series production motorcycle. Since then, the motorcycle has been used for a variety of work and leisure purposes.

The three major types of motorcycles are street, off-road, and dual purpose. Street motorcycles include cruisers, sport bikes, scooters, and mopeds, and many more. Off-road motorcycles include motorcycles designed for dirt-oriented racing such as motocross. They are not street legal. Dual-purpose motorcycles are made to be ridden off-road but include features that make them legal and comfortable on the street as well.

It is the desire of many people to learn how to ride a motorcycle. In the United Kingdom, anyone desirous of learning to ride a motorcycle needs to have the right provisional driving license. If it is the learner’s motorcycle, it must have a valid V5C registration certificate, is taxed, have an MOT, and the learner must have adequate motor insurance.

This website provides information on motorcycle riding training, training guides, courses, and riding schools that offer training. Motorcycle Industry Association represents and oversees the interests of the motorcycle, scooter, and Powered Light Vehicles.

For more information, suggestions and so on, we can be reached through the mail address info@mciac.co.uk