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Thread: Is the Honda DN 01 legal for learners?

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    Is the Honda DN 01 legal for learners?

    Yeah - i know i could search the answer somewhere but .
    Enquiring for a mate;
    is the Honda DN01 (deauville engined super scoot) legal for leaners in that there Englandshire?

    Thanks in advance
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogmios View Post
    Yeah - i know i could search the answer somewhere but .
    Enquiring for a mate;
    is the Honda DN01 (deauville engined super scoot) legal for leaners in that there Englandshire?

    Thanks in advance

    Nope - restricted to a 125 if you want to ride on your own.. on L plates
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    Quote Originally Posted by twizzle View Post
    Nope - restricted to a 125 if you want to ride on your own.. on L plates
    Thanks for the reply Twizz,
    any idea about "direct Access"? or would it not fit as it's not "representative of the category" (i.e: oddball)
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    I thought you could ride any bike as long as it was fitted with a restriction kit ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delboy777 View Post
    I thought you could ride any bike as long as it was fitted with a restriction kit ?
    i think there's "terms and conditions" to that.
    ANYhow,
    i think yer mans come up with a Plan B now.

    Thanks folks.
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    I think bikes can be restricted but only by half. So if you needed 33 bhp the most original power would be a claimed 66. The whole learner thing is a minefield. JJH

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