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Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAM Scheme)

Under the LAM Scheme class RE motorcycle licence holders can only ride a learner approved motorcycle.

A learner approved motorcycle is a production motorcycle that is fitted with an electric motor, or has an internal combustion engine with a capacity of not more than 660mL, and:

  • a power-to-weight ratio that does not exceed 150 kW/t 
  • has not been modified other than for an allowable modification
  • is included on the LAM Scheme list of approved motorcycles.
Read the new rules for safer riding brochure for more information about the LAM Scheme, new rules for displaying P-plates, and pillion passenger restrictions.

LAM Scheme list of approved motorcycles

Download the LAM Scheme list of approved motorcycles.

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Last updated
23 February 2015