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Rider Skills Test for Three-Wheels

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 Evaluation #1

Left Turn & Normal Stop

Directions

From the start point ride straight ahead and make a sharp left turn between the boundary lines and the single cone marker.

Then ride toward the opposite end of the course. Make a smooth, non-skidding stop with your front tire inside the box. (Left front tire on vehicles with two front tires).

Points will accumulate if you:

  • Stall during the exercise
  • Touch or cross a boundary line
  • Hit or skip the boundary cone
  • Skid when coming to a stop
  • Fail to stop with your front tire within the borders of the box
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Evaluation #2

Cone Weave & Turn from a Stop

Directions:

From the start point ride to the left of the first cone, to the right of the second and to the left of the third.

After passing the last cone turn right at the end of the course and stop at the Start “T” facing the other side of the course. Then make a right hand turn between the boundary lines and the cone.

Make a smooth, non-skidding stop with your front tire inside the box

Points will accumulate if you:

  • Stall during the exercise
  • Hit or skip a cone during the weave
  • Touch or cross a boundary line
  • Hit or skip the boundary cone
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Evaluation #3

Quick Stop

Directions

From the start point accelerate straight up the path. Stabilize your speed between 12-18 mph by the time you reach the first set of cones. Maintain a steady speed.

When your front tire crosses the second set of cones, stop as fast as you safely can, using both brakes.

This test will be timed in order to determine your speed

Points will accumulate if you:

  • Stall during the exercise
  • Fail to stop within the established guidelines
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Evaluation #4

Obstacle Swerve

Directions

From the start point accelerate straight up the path. Stabilize your speed between 12-18 mph by the time you reach the first set of cones. Maintain a steady speed.

When your front tire passes the second set of cones, swerve to the left or right as directed.

This test will be timed in order to determine your speed

Points will accumulate if you:

  • Stall during the exercise
  • If a tire touches or crosses the obstacle line or sideline
  • Swerve in the wrong direction
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Once you have successfully passed all of the required tests and met all other
licensing requirements you may be issued a Class M Motorcycle License.

Regulations in red are new this year.

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