High Quality Motorcycle Tuition

Able Rider Training offers the following:

Full time DVSA approved instructors offer tuition 5 days a week.

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

125cc(A1), A2 and Direct Access Training (A)

Comprehensive insurance cover on all of the school motorcycles.

Student/Teacher ratio no more than 2:1 on all courses, CBT included.

Gift vouchers available all year round.

Bike to Bike radio communication on all courses.

Helmets, Jackets, Gloves and Oversuits provided free of charge.

Available 5 days a week

Full motorcycle practical test training :- Module One and Module Two.

Whether taking your Direct Access (A),A2 test or taking your test on a 125cc (A1), Practice for your motorcycle test on a pay as you learn basis paying only for what you need instead of a large amount up front. You can do as little as a two hour lesson or a full day depending on how long you need, keeping the cost down. Learning to ride safely and pass the Module One and Two test separately if needed.

You will need to have passed the motorcycle theory test before the practical motorcycle test can be booked in your name.

Please ring or email to discuss your needs, prices and course availability.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the CBT2023-04-25T14:04:30+00:00

The length of Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) for motorcycles, motorcycle scooters and mopeds could take up to at least 5 hours If not longer depending on each individuals needs and the individual’s ability to meet the required standards.

During the CBT, a trainee motorcyclist will undergo five elements of training, which include an introduction to the motorbike, on-site training, on-site riding, on-road training, and on-road riding. The aim of the training is to ensure that the trainee understands the basic skills and knowledge required to ride a motorbike safely on the road. Once the trainee has successfully completed the CBT, they will receive a certificate of completion, which will allow them to ride a motorcycle on the road with L-plates for up to two years, after which they will need to pass their full motorcycle test or retake the CBT again to carry on riding.

What happens if I don’t complete it in one day?2023-04-25T14:04:50+00:00

If you don’t complete the CBT in one day, you’ll need to book in for another CBT course to continue your training on another day, The reason for this is that the CBT is designed to ensure that trainees have the basic knowledge and skills to ride safely on the road. If you don’t complete the course in one day, it’s likely that you haven’t met the required standards, and it’s not safe for you to ride on public roads without further training.

It’s important to note that completing the CBT is a legal requirement for anyone who wants to ride a motorcycle or scooter on public roads in the UK. Riding without a valid CBT certificate is illegal and can result in penalty points, fines, and even disqualification from driving. Therefore, it’s essential to make sure you complete the full CBT course in one day to avoid any legal consequences.

What time do I start and finish?2023-04-25T14:05:03+00:00

We start at 9.00am and finish at 4.30pm.

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