The Pre CBT is a two hour one to one session with an instructor.
It is primarily aimed at students who are unsure about their confidence levels; or are unsure if riding is going to be for them.
The Pre CBT can be on either an automatic or a geared motorcycle; training being given in the safety of our off-road site.
The CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) is a course that has to comply fully with DVSA syllabus ( read more here).
It is important to understand that whilst most students can complete the CBT syllabus in one day, it is NOT a one day course.
The task of your instructor is to ensure that you demonstrate the skills, knowledge and understanding to be able to ride a moped, scooter or motorbike safely on Britain's demanding roads.
Students that do not complete the CBT in one day should not be disheartened as we all have different levels of learning ability.
Your instructor will advise you as to what you need to do in order to sucessfully complete the CBT syllabus should you struggle with any of the elements.
The road ride is a two hour session on the road with an instructor.
It is primarily intended for students who completed Elements A thru D of the CBT to a satisfactory standard but had issues on the road during Element E and were told to brush up on their Highway Code knowledge before returning to complete their CBT.
Pizza Hut day 2 students that are required to complete a second two hour road ride would also need to complete this course before they are allowed to deliver pizza's.
Finally, we offer this service to students who have completed a CBT, been issued with their certificate but would like an extra two hour road ride with instructor supervision on their own bike.
The experienced CBT is for those students that still have a valid CBT certificate and although you will have to perform elements A-E, elements A,B and D are performed using a question and answer session followed by the two hour road ride (this being a minimum).
You may use your own bike for this purpose providing you can show us valid insurance papers and M.O.T. certificate if neccessary.
As it currently stands, if you have completed your CBT on an automatic motorcycle, you are entitled to ride a geared motorcycle without further training. We strongly recommend however, students who wish to upgrade to a geared motorcycle, attend this course.
An instructor will provide you with essential theoretical knowledge and practical training both off and on road to ensure that you have the ability to use the gears correctly and ensure that you can still ride safely.
Training For DVSA Test
We offer three, four, five and six day courses for A1, A2 and A motorcycle category tests. All courses are tailored to suit the individual needs of the student and do not have to be taken on consecutive days.
You have to be very careful when selecting the number of days training as the last day is reserved for the two part test itself. This means for example that a three day course is two days of training and testing on the third day.
Already have a full motorcycle licence but haven't ridden for a few years? Not a problem as we offer refresher training as either a half or full day course. The format of the refresher is down to you!
This is a one day course that introduces the advanced motorcycling system as used by the Police Class 1 motorcyclists. The course consists of approx two hours of theory and then a ride out into the countyside for the rest of the day.