As far as I know if you have a provisional motorcycle licence and pass a CBT on a 125cc bike you can ride around on L plates for up to 2 years (there has been talk that in the future L plate riders must have a DSA instructor with them however I don't think that's passed in to law). Any longer than 2 years and the CBT will cease to exist and you'll have to retake your CBT.
You could take the CBT and then pass a full test on the 125cc bike so that you don't need L plates. In that case you don't loose the right to ride a 125cc bike. Depending on your age and what capacity/ power bike you take the full test on will determine what bikes you will be authorised to ride.
It's been many years since I passed my test so I'm not completely up to date with the current rules and regs. The following link should be helpfull.
Technical and tyres
@kenner5 you could try to remove the crud / blockages from the cooling system with proprietary household sink / drain unblocking solutions. Even that world renowned product Cillit Bang is worth a try but do follow all safety notices.
As far as Radiator is concerned remove and see how much it holds, you can then try flushing it in the reverse direction of flow to see if any you get an increase in flow rate. But from what you say about the cooling system I would think a second hand radiator would be your best choice as well as a set of new coolant pipes (silicone type are a good option).
It all depends on what your budget will stretch too.
That's superb, I've gone through loads of Oakleys due to scratched lenses and the current pair could do with replacing too
No matter how hard you try to look after them and put them in that special cloth bag, they will get scratched.
I am pleased to have found these guys online and it looks like a quality product and service.
But there are other suppliers.
We are lucky to live within fairly easy reach of Silverstone, Santa Pod, Mallory, Avon Park, Rockingham and Donnington.
Santa Pod is my favourite though. We are drag race junkies.
Only half hour away and we get down there as often as pos.
We've made friends with people from all over the world at the Pod.
Nice bunch off maniacs!
BSB & TT
Legal and insurance
There are some changes made on the accident insurance benefits in Canada. The new automobile insurance rates act also made changes in order to eliminate fraud. You can read more about this from here: https://www.campisilaw.ca/blog/changes-to-accident-benefits/
Similarly, the new road rule in Ontario allows cyclists to use flashing red light at night. The penalties for cyclists who do not use reflectors while riding at night may increase to up to $500. This will helps in reducing road accidents.
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