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Attached is the new regulations for a bike license over here (I think it applies to all of Europe). It may be of interest to you US riders. I would be interested in what you have to do to get a bike license. I have pasted the article onto a sheet of A4 and scanned it - I hope it will blow up ok. :roll:
 

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Thanks for this, I think my wife will need this, maybe next year........she's going to find a big difference in test standards between Florida, and UK.
 

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One of the few good bits of EU membership and non-democratic EU legislation overruling national legislation is that for instance Danish youngsters between 16 and 18 years of age can now acquire a license to ride a 125 cc bike in an EU country that allows it, and afterwards go back to their own country and legally ride a 125 cc bike there, even though the national legislation says they have to be 18.

So instead of riding a 50cc moped restricted to 18 MPH they can ride a nice Vespa or a Burgman 125 that goes 55 MPH and can follow the traffic flow on normal roads.

I my area it means that the youngsters who go to high school 15 miles away can get there in 25 minutes on one liter of gas instead of 45 minutes by bus at thrice the cost.

If Darwinism kills of the wild boys this way, better alone on a bike than taking several others with them in a car.
 
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