If you are planning to obtain a full motorcycle licence, please note that all of our courses include a CBT on the first day where needed. If this is the case, we recommend you visit us for a 1h assessment where one of our instructors can help you find the right course.
Throughout the day you will be walked through each of the individual requirements that make up the five CBT modules, for each one you must demonstrate you are competent and safe. Once you complete all 5 modules you are issued with a DL196 certificate which is valid for 2 years and will allow you to ride up to a 125cc (depending on your age) with L plates, on the road and unattended.
How to book
Contact us via phone (during office hours, 7 days a week) or live chat (Monday – Friday). Alternatively visit our contact page to send us a message and one of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
What you Need:
- To be at least 16 years of age (on the date of your CBT)
- Have a Full Car licence, or provisional (with Category A Entitlement)
- Sturdy Footwear (Motorcycle Boots, Doc Martens or similar preferable)
- Glasses if you need them
- Highway Code knowledge
The Five Modules of a CBT
Module A (Office)
Aims of the training course
Basic eyesight check
Equipment and clothing
Module C (Off-Road)
Moving off, stopping and cornering
Module B (Outside)
Controls, machine checks
Balance and breaking
Starting and stopping the engine
Module D (Office)
On-road tuition with your instructor (with a maximum of 2:1 Student/Instructor ratio), with further training on practical application of each of the previous modules, practising everything you have learned.
**Using your Own bike
We’re happy for you to use your own bike for your CBT which can save you some money and we’ll make sure your training includes the specifics of the controls and machine checks for your own bike. You’ll need to arrange getting your bike to us, you can even have it brought to us a few days prior to your training and have it stored in our secured steel garages located at our training site. In order to use your own bike, you must have and bring with you:
- Make sure the tank is full so as to not interrupt your training!
- Valid MOT Certificate if the bike is over 3 years old
- Valid Insurance Certificate
- Fitted L-Plates on the front and Rear
- Fitted Mirrors