How can I practice driving a motorcycle before my road test if I dont own or know anyone who owns a motorcycle?

Ive grown up riding dirt bikes but i nevr got into anything over a 125cc. Im a small guy so i never needed to, and i still ride my 125 around a lot. Ive never ridden anything with lights or turn signals or much power.

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Joshua:
You don't need to practice. You are stupid to take the government motorcycle road test.
http://www.dmv.state.va.us/drivers/#moto… :
"Adding a Class M Designation to Your License
If you already hold a valid Virginia driver's license…
If you are 18 or older …
*** If you completed the Virginia Rider Training Program, you will be issued a course completion certificate which will exempt you from completing both the motorcycle knowledge exam and the road skills exam. *** "
CB:
You don't unless you take a motorcycle course (MSF in the usa). The other option is to take the learners test for a permit – but you will (in most states) need a fully licensed motorcycle rider along with you for practice.
My recommendation would be to buy a 250cc Honda Rebel, that takes the power issue out of the equation. If you can push a slide switch left and right and stop it in the middle – that takes the turn signal issue out of the equation and you can practice using them sitting in your yard.
Paul:
Take an MSF course. In most states it will replace the requirement for a road test and teach you how to ride on the streets.
Bailey:
Take an MSF course. In most states it will replace the requirement for a road test and teach you how to ride on the streets.
Andrew:
they're pretty much the same, excpet the weight…..ever hear of renting one?
WRG:
Take an MSF course. In most states it will replace the requirement for a road test and teach you how to ride on the streets.
Tim:
they're pretty much the same, excpet the weight…..ever hear of renting one?
Jones:
they're pretty much the same, excpet the weight…..ever hear of renting one?
Adam:
they're pretty much the same, excpet the weight…..ever hear of renting one?
Mackenzie:
they're pretty much the same, excpet the weight…..ever hear of renting one?