Pictures of some of our "workforce"!
Pass Bike provides new 2018 SYM (Automatic), WK Colt 50cc (Geared), 2018 Keeway RKS 125cc (Geared) and Hyosung GT650 (A2 47BHP and Full Power) for its Students training.
2018 Sym Automatic Scooters
Student Comment: "I'm amazed by how light the scooters are!"
Weighing less than 100kg the SYM Jet 50 and 125 provides a smooth easy to handle ride aided by the automatic transmission and easy maneuverability.
2018 WK COLT 50cc Geared Motorcycles
The WK Colt 50 is easy to ride as the short wheelbase provides excellent maneuverability and agility, which even expert riders can appreciate. The digital gear indicator is a helpful addition for those learning to ride. It's already a hugely popular bike in Europe due to its comfortable riding position and it's 760mm seat height.
2018 Keeway RKS 125cc Geared Motorcycle
Student Comment: "Its just like a big bike!"
Keeway have been producing high quality motorcycles and scooters since 1990. The Keeway RKS has a responsive 125cc engine known for its reliability and performance after powering the winning 125cc class bike in the 2011 Mongol Rally. Featuring a "big motorcycle" feel with a rev counter, gear change indicator, upright riding position, fuel injection, combined and powerful disk brakes, Comfortable, light and accurate steering complete this excellent learner machine.
2018 Hysoung 650cc Geared Motorcycle (47BHP or Unrestricted)
Student Comment: "Its so easy to ride!"
A picture of one of our "workforce"!
Category A students take their test on a "big bike" so it makes sense to train on a big bike, especially if your riding aspirations are over 600cc!
Pass Bike provide Hyosung GT650's which are new for 2019. Hyosung have been manufacturing motorcycles for over 45 years. Known the world over for producing reliable robust motorcycles the Korean company has world leading factories which produce over 200,000 motorcycles a year designed by there R&D facility in Japan. The GT 650 uses a liquid cooled 8 valve V twin engine producing 78 hp exceeding the new 2019 DVSA regulations and more power than its twin cylinder Japanese competitors. High specification features like adjustable upside down forks, digital display and Hysoungs own frame design make the bike both light to handle and smooth to ride aided by the Siemens derived fuel injection and engine management system. Braking is through twin front disk and a single rear disk providing a superb balance of power when stopping quickly. Easy to ride slowly, enjoyable to ride quickly, comfortable all day (our testers ran for 400 miles some days and were not uncomfortable.) The Hyosung GT 650p is a great bike to learn on and ride.
When the older Hyosung GT650 was reviewed by MCN they said: "For a commuter/leisure bike, the Hyosung GT650 Comet is a decent handling bike, with multi-adjustable front forks"
All of Pass Bikes training motorcycles can be adjusted to suit varying heights of rider, don't be put off by thinking that a category A bike is physically too large for you. The bikes can be lowered to suit shorter riders, our lowest setting gives us a class leading height of 730mm (lower than most Harleys!). If this is still not low enough, We have our own in house workshop with qualified technicians who are only to happy to discuss any adjustments that need to be made for your course. You are more than welcome to pop down to our Motorcycle Training Centre and try one for size.