Using my own bike for bike test...

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benny3008 | 14:04 Sun 12th Aug 2012 | Motoring
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I want to use my own bike to take my bike test to save on costs, my instructor has told me that my bike is not on the list of approved bikes, its a Haotian Arrow HT125-4F. he has also told me that if I can provide evidence/proof to the DSA that the bike is capable of at least 62.5mph, then they will allow it to be used, however, because the bike is such an obscure make, I am not sure how to find contact details for the manufacturer. Has anyone had to do anything like this before, if so, what would be classed as usable evidence of the bikes capability, could I for instance use the details which I find on reg lookup software i.e. MyCarCheck on iPhone or something similar? Any help appreciated. Thanks


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