- DSA Approved
- Well maintained fleet of bikes
- Helmets, gloves and Jackets provided
- Fully qualified & experienced staff
- Male & Female Instructors
- Expert training systems
- Warm and comfortable classrooms
- Good Location Close to Central London
You cannot complete a CBT unless you have a valid UK licence, either provisional or Full Car.
You need to either exchange your European licence or apply for a UK one.
If you want to ride anything bigger than a moped then a CBT certificate will be required.
Yes if you have taken and passed your full motorcycle test for category A1, A2 or A OR your CBT certificate is still valid. It will be valid for 2 years from completing your CBT course. If it has expired, you will need to take the CBT again.
It is a requirement by law that the instructor checks the validity of your licence. This is done online using your NI number and driving licence.
No the CBT although not an exam, requires the instructor to qualify your safety on the road. If considered that you will require more training to reach this level, you will be asked to return for more training at a discounted price.
No. The CBT certificate covers you for both types of bike but it is strongly advised that you get proper training before riding a different type of bike.
Although this will change in the near future with the proposed changes.
Classes start punctually so anything more than 15 minutes late means that you will not be accepted onto the course, as it is a legal requirement that you complete every aspect. Therefore once a class has been started there is no way to join it, and any monies paid will be forfeited.
A current CBT, a valid theory certificate and your driving licence.
The standard of riding required to pass the tests is very high, so whether you have ridden for years or you are a novice, be prepared for intensive training.
NO, you paid to participate in training, but if the instructor feels you cannot gain the necessary skills within a realistic time frame, and that you need extra training there is no refund.
Riding a motorcycle or scooter requires a certain level of confidence, in order to relax enough to enjoy the experience. If you are scared the body will tense and make it harder to ride. In which case an ITM may be beneficial first, as a 1 on 1 or 2 on 1 course to develop skills and gain confidence first.