Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

Courses run 7 days a week.

Book youR course HERE.

 
 

Your first step...

To get on the road you need a CBT certificate*. This qualifies your provisional motorcycle licence. If you're 16 this will allow you to ride a moped (50cc restricted to 28mph). If you're over 17 you can ride up to a 125cc motorcycle (power restricted to 14.6bhp).

The certificate is valid for two years. You can renew your certificate indefinitely by retaking a CBT course, or you can get your full licence.

The day consists of 5 elements:

  1. Element A - Introduction
  2. Element B - Practical On Site Training
  3. Element C - Practical On Site Riding
  4. Element D - Safety Talk
  5. Element E - Practical On Road Riding

On successful completion of the course you'll be issued a Certificate of Completion of Training (DL196).

We start the day at 9am and the finish time is dependant on the group size and riding ability, but a typical finish time would be around 4-5pm.

We can supply all necessary equipment and clothing - you'll just need to show up with your UK driving licence (provisional or full).

Make sure you bring a packed lunch, or money to buy it - the Hamworthy Club has a fantastic restaurant. 

We run courses 7 days a week, including Bank Holidays. 

Course prices are as follows:

£130 using your own bike

£140 using a school bike

We ask for a £45 deposit to book and the balance is paid on the day.

Prices included fuel, insurance, equipment and clothing.

Requirements:

Valid UK driving licence (full or provisional car). Need one? Apply HERE. You will also need a basic understanding of the Highway Code.

Book HERE or call us on
01202 006350
or Contact Us

 

DVSA approved motorcycle training body (ATB)

 
 
 

*took your car test before 2001? You don't need to do a CBT to ride a moped.