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Are Lancashire women better at riding than men in Yorkshire?

In a battle between Northern and Southern motorbike riders who comes out on top?

Are women in Scotland better riders compared to men in Wales?

Well, these are the types of questions we can help you answer thanks to our interactive map which identifies the pass rates for both men and women motorcyclists taking the off-road and on-road module, in the UK.

We wanted to develop a tool which was easily accessible for motorcycle enthusiasts to see where the pass rates were highest – and lowest – around the country and what the trends are from place to place.

Built using the Government’s official data between 2009 – 2014 from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), our map allows you to select the county you’re most interested in and not only look at last year’s test results but also how those results compare over the years.

In addition, you can filter by gender and by type of module e.g. off-road manoeuvres or on-road riding.

So which parts of the UK had particularly impressive pass rates in 2014?

The map reveals Norwich offers the best chance for motorcycle riders to pass with an impressive 81% success rate module one. This is followed closely by Coldwick in Nottingham (78.8%) and Burgess Hill (76.9%).

For those looking to pass module two, Newport on the Isle of Wight offers the best chance with an 89.3% success rate, followed closely by Banbury (86.5%) and Lee On The Solent (86.3%).

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