3. Accelerate and change to a higher gear, if applicable.
4. Do not touch the boundary lines.5. Disengage clutch, if applicable.
6. Apply both brakes simultaneously when the red light comes on.
7. Bring the motorcycle to a controlled stop in the shortest possible distance.
8. Maintain balance and do not move the motorcycle until the measurement has been taken.
Pressure on the rear brake pedal or the front brake lever shall be eased if either wheel(s) shouldskid.
Only three attempts in any direction shall be allowed if the first and second attempts wereunsuccessful, provided no boundary lines were touched.
Should a reading of “Fast” be displayed, the motorcycle shall be stopped before the 26th calibrationmark in order to pass this manoeuver, in which case no penalty points shall be recorded.
Should the applicant carry out an incorrect action (swerve), 25 penalty points shall be recorded in theappropriate block. This manoeuvre shall be repeated until the correct action is executed. Only three(3) attempts shall be permissible.
Should a reading of “Fast” be displayed, and the stopping point beyond the 26th calibration mark, or areading of “Slow” is displayed, a second attempt shall be allowed. Should the applicant still ride too”Fast”, and still does not stop before the 26th calibration mark, or still ride too “Slow”, a third (final)attempt shall be allowed.
Should the applicant touch a boundary line of the straight path, or stop with any part of the motorcycle protruding beyond the 45th calibration mark, a circle shall be drawn around the appropriate block “T - line”, and discontinue the test.
T. line ..................................................(fail)
Should it happen that the applicant touches a boundary line for this manoeuvre with one of his/herfeet after moving off, he/she shall be penalised for “Balance”, and not for “T. Line”.
Should the motorcycle roll, a circle shall be drawn around the black block “Roll” and the test shall bediscontinued.