Riding test, New Hampshire
Took mine in late 70's. Honda XL175. No classroom at all back then.
Rode around parking lot, fig 8, and demonstrate going through gears, and stopping.
(Real easy to pass back then.)
Later, in the late 80's, my wife took a more elaborate test on her Honda Helix.
Much tighter curves, with cones. Tight curves, right turns/left turns, in sequence. Accelerate, and stop, etc. ( Hard to put all maneuvers into short word description.)
She picked up a cone with the Helix's (fat-butt-side bulge) dragged it along, and when she finished the curse, it came un-stuck, and landed right in front of the test guy.
( He tanked her for bringing it to him, and passed her anyway.)
I live close to a ice skating ring, where the state, now, runs a safety course. They have the pavement marked off. I sometimes take my NX250 and KLR650 through just to try and see if I could still pass it. It's still a bit of a challenge to do it on the KLR. The NX is much easier to do it on. The Wing would require a lot of practice to do it without going out on the "S" turns. Most new-bee's do it on a small bike.
2017 Yamaha XT250
1990 Honda NX250 (Green/White)
2011 Kawasaki KLR 650 (Orange & White )
My KLR Page..http://www.powers31.info/2011_KLR650.htm
Mod's to KLR:
Power socket, L.E.D. Battery Indicator, Camera bag holder
Custom Saddlebag frames .
Louder horns, Firstgear Onyx tail bag.
Custom Aluminum Skid Plate.
Cut down seat with Custom pad.
Go Pro Camera mount.