Motorcycle training is our passion!

Motorcycle Training Courses LondonMotorcycle training is something that we take seriously and have a passion for! This is not to say that you won't have fun along the way! We have successfully taught thousands of students over the years and we hope you will become one of them.

Please browse our training courses which we offer seven days a week, all year round.

 .... and don't forget - if you have any questions, please ask! Telephone 020 8900 9990.

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CBT Course

CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) – London seven days a week Looking for CBT London? You have come to the right place. Firstly though, a little bit of background… About CBT CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) is the starting point for all learner motorcyclists and was introduced in 1990 to help reduce the very high accident rate …

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Direct Access

Direct Access Course London Take your test on a big bike and ride anything you want The Direct Access Scheme (DAS) allows riders aged twenty-four or over to take their practical tests on a large motorcycle, allowing them upon passing the tests to ride any motorcycle without restrictions. You must complete CBT (which you can …

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A2 Restricted Licence Courses

A2 Restricted Licence Courses Ride a medium sized bike The A2 Restricted licence allows riders aged 19 or over to ride up to a medium sized motorcycle as long as it is restricted to 47 b.h.p (35 kW) and has a power-to-weight ratio of not more than 0.2 kW per kg. The bike mustn’t be derived from …

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A1 Licence Course

A1 Licence Courses Take your test on a small bike and get a restricted licence The A1 Restricted licence is aimed mainly at those who want a full motorcycle licence, but do not intend riding anything bigger than a 125cc bike. It is also the only category of motorcycle licence, besides the moped licence, for …

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Getting Started

Getting Started With Motorcycling At first, becoming a motorcyclist can be a bit confusing. This guide below is intended to make it a little clearer in four steps. This is not intended as an exhaustive guide, more so as a ‘quick start’ checklist for those new to, or relatively new to motorcycling in the UK. …

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