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Unit 26 Pride Court,

Enterprise Industrial Estate,

Sleaford

Lincolnshire

NG34 8GL

Tel: 01529 300887

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WHO CAN TAKE THE CBT COURSE?

CBT training is open to anyone who is aged

16 & over and would like to ride a 50cc moped,

or 17 & over and would like to ride a 125cc

motorcycle that is geared or automatic.

CBT Training is great for those looking for a

commuter bike for work or for social pleasure. 

   PRICES

 

CBT : £125 X1 DAY COURSE INCLUDES BIKE+PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

MOD 1 : £150 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE DELIVERED TO TEST CENTRE

MOD 1 : £190 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE RENTAL & 1 DAY TRAINING+TEST

MOD 1 : £350 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE RENTAL X2 DAYS TRAINING+TEST 

MOD 2 : £200 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE DELIVERED TO TEST CENTRE

MOD 2 : £245 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE RENTAL & 1 DAY TRAINING+TEST

MOD 2 : £400 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE RENTAL X2 DAYS TRAINING+TEST 

GEAR CONVERSION TRAINING £50 X2 HOURS OFF ROAD TRAINING ON A GEARED BIKE

RETURN TO RIDING £150 FULL DAY WITH AN INSTRUCTOR (£25 IF BIKE REQUIRED)


We have recently placed 3 new motorcycles into our Training School fleet of bikes and the use

of a motorcycle is covered in the cost too. We work in a relaxed atmosphere within a professional environment to provide the very best training and experience we can.

What is included in the course?

​Included in the price is all your training, all your protective equipment including helmet, gloves, and jacket, we ask you to wear sensible boots with ankle support and jeans or trousers. If you prefer to use your own equipment that is fine too, but NOT tracksuit or jogging bottoms please.

Information about CBT:-

CBT stands for Compulsory Basic Training. This is where you will learn about Road Safety, introduction to the controls of a motorcycle and how to ride safely on the road. You will experience a range of different road types and conditions.

Element A:
The 1st part of the course is theory based. You will be introduced to your instructor and informed about the legal part of riding such as MOT, insurance and licence requirements. You will also be told about correct clothing to use, how to choose a good helmet and the basics about learning to ride safely.

Element B:
The 2nd part is an introduction to learning the controls of a motorcycle or moped. You will be shown around the bike and learn about each of the bike controls. You will also carry out basic checks:- such as tyre pressures, filling with petrol & oil levels. Also taking the bike on and off the stand. Walking the bike and how to properly start your motorcycle or moped.

Element C:
Then using our purpose built private training area, you will learn how to move off safely, take correct observations and learn how to use the clutch. We will slowly build your riding experience from slow riding, up to figures of eight, right & left turns, and emergency breaking.

Element D:
After a break we are back to theory training on Road Safety. You will learn about how to stay safe on the roads. Many of the following aspects will be covered from using the Highway Code, to road vulnerability, rider visibility, defensive riding and your riding legalities.

Element E:
The final element is practical riding on the roads. Your approved instructor will fit you with a radio and introduce you to the roads. The road ride lasts for a minimum of 2 hours where you will experience a range of different road types and conditions going from quiet back roads to some more busy roads which require forward planning. We only take up to 2 people out on the road at any once. We don't expect you to be an expert, after all, this may be the 1st time you have ridden a motorcycle or moped, we are only looking for a basic standard where you are confident using the public roads safely.

WHO CAN TAKE THE DIRECT ACCESS COURSE?

You can take your Direct Access Course if you have ridden a motorcycle before and feel you are confident. If you are over 21 and wish to ride a larger motorcycle as soon as possible, then you can opt to undertake your Direct Access Test.

This test is held in exactly the same way as any other motorcycle test, the only difference being you must take your test on a motorcycle of at least 33bhp or 35kw. This will be a much larger and heavier motorcycle.

For riders who pass the Direct Access they can ride any motorcycle straight away. Many riders decide on the direct access test as they find riding a larger motorcycle easier to handle than a smaller or lighter bike.

INFORMATION ABOUT D.A.S
Unlike some of the larger schools we try to do 1 - to - 1 training for the Module 1 and Module 2. However we may put you together if you were on the way to your test.
Before you start your Direct Access Course you must complete your CBT Training and have passed your Theory Test.

 
Module 1 Test is off road manoeuvres where you get to demonstrate your bike handling skills, where as Module 2 is and on road test where you are followed by an instructor who tests your hazard perception, forward planning and general road skills and awareness.

EXTRA TRAINING:

Even if you have passed your Category A or A2 test but not ridden a bike for a while, you could benefit from by using our fully qualified instructor to build your confidence. Your instructor can focus on any aspect you like from intricate manoeuvres; general bike handling; cornering or moving to a new bike.

WHO CAN TAKE THE ACCELERATED ACCESS COURSE?

If you are under 21 you can only ride a motorcycle that is under 33bhp,

If you turn 21 within your 2 year restriction period, for example, you may have passed your test at the age of 20. If this is the case and you now want to ride a larger motorcycle you can apply for your Accelerated Access Test.

The Accelerated Access Test involves taking your test on a larger motorcycle and if you pass you can ride any motorcycle. However if you fail you will not lose your restricted license, it only means you are still unable to ride a larger motorcycle.

INFORMATION ABOUT ACCELERATED ACCESS COURSE

Unlike some of the larger schools we do 1 - to - 1 training for Module 1 and Module 2. The only time we will put you together is if you were on the way to your test. Before you start your Accelerated Access Course you my complete your CBT Training and have passed your Theory Test.
 
Module 1 Test is off road manoeuvres where you get to demonstrate your bike handling skills, whereas the Module 2 Test is an on road test where you are followed by an examiner who tests your hazard perception, forward planning and general road skills.

CBT : £125

MOD 1 : FROM £150 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE DELIVERED TO TEST CENTRE

MOD 2 : FROM £200 INCLUDES TEST FEE & BIKE DELIVERED TO TEST CENTRE

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  • Day 1 - CBT

  • Day 2 - Module 1 Training

  • Day 3 - Module 1 Test

  • Day 4 - Module 2 Training

  • Day 5 - Module 2 Test

  • PRICE = £800 (£75.00 OFF)

​These days can be taken all in the same week or spread out overs weeks or even months to suit you.

FULL MOTORCYCLE LICENCE - 3 DAYS PRICE = £600 (DISCOUNTED)

  • Day 1 - Module 1 Training & Test

  • Day 2 - Module 2 Training

  • Day 3 - ​Module 2 Test

​These days can be taken all in the same week or spread out overs weeks or even months to suit you.

YOU CAN TAKE YOUR ACCELERATED ACCESS IF:

  • You are under 21

  • You want to ride any motorcycle over 33bhp​

THEORY TEST

You must pass your Theory Test before starting Module 1 and Module 2 of the Accelerated Access Course. Lincoln and Boston are the nearest 2 Test Centres to Sleaford. You can book your Theory Test through the Government website:

EXTRA TRAINING

Even if you have passed your Category A or A2 Test but not ridden a bike for a while, you may benefit from using our fully qualified instructor to build your confidence. We can focus on any aspect you like from intricate manoeuvres; general bike handling; cornering or moving to a new bike.

MODULE 1

Module 1 Training where you will learn bike handling skills, intricate manoeuvres and handling a larger motorcycle, this will be followed by your Module 1 practical Test. ​

​Module 1 Test is a series of off-road tests comprising of riding a slalom, figure of 8, a slow ride, a U-turn and a series of emergency and controlled stops. You will pass Module 1 if you make NO serious or dangerous faults or no more than 5 riding faults.

MODULE 2

Module 2 Training is where you will ride on different road types navigating traffic, turning from a minor road to a major road, from a major road to a minor road, pulling over to the side and stopping in a safe place. You are expected to ride confidently and navigate a designated journey with prior instruction.

​For Module 2 Test you are required to do an eyesight check, ‘show me, tell me’ safety questions, road riding and independent riding. You will pass Module 2 if you make NO serious or dangerous faults or no more than 10 riding faults.

Watch this short video about Module 2 motorcycle Test from DVSA here:

Click below to find out more information about Module 2 Test from the DVSA.

MORE INFO >

WHAT YOU WILL NEED FOR MODULE 1:

  • Provisional motorbike entitlement (AM)

  • ​CBT Certificate

  • ​Theory Test Pass Certificate

  • Helmet​, jacket & gloves (we will supply these as required).

  • Bike trousers or jeans and boots with ankle support (no sweat pants or trainers).

DOCUMENTS YOU WILL NEED FOR MODULE 2

  • Provisional motorbike entitlement (AM)

  • ​CBT Certificate

  • ​Theory Test Pass Certificate

  • Module 1 Pass Certificate

  • Helmet, jacket​ & gloves (we will supply these as required).

  • Bike trousers or jeans and boots with ankle support (no sweat pants or trainers).

THEORY TEST

You must pass your Theory Test before starting Module 1 and Module 2 of the Direct Access Course or Accelerated Access Course. Lincoln and Boston are the 2 nearest Test Centres to Sleaford. You can book your Theory Test through the Government website.

 

Motorcycle vehicles you can ride with Category A, A1 and A2 Licences.

CATEGORY

A1

VEHICLE YOU CAN RIDE

Light motorcycle up to 11 kW (& a power-to-weight ratio not more than 0.1kW per kg) & 125 cc

REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENCE

CBT, theory test, practical test

MINIMUM AGE

17

A1

Motor tricycles with a power output not more than 15 kW

CBT, theory test, practical test

17

A2

​​Standard motorcycle up to 35 kW (and a power-to-weight ratio not more than 0.2 kW per kg), bike mustn’t be derived from vehicle more than twice its power

Direct access route - theory and practical

Progressive access route - 2 years experience on A1 motorbike and a further practical test

19

A

​Unrestricted motorcycles in size/power, with or without a sidecar, and motor tricycles with power output over 15 kW

Direct access route - CBT theory and practical (you must be at least 24)

​Progressive access route - held an A2 licence for a minimum of 2 years - practical test (21 or over)

24 (direct) 

 

USEFUL WEBSITES

https://ukdrivinglicenceservices.co.uk

https://www.gov.uk/ride-motorcycle-moped

https://www.gov.uk/ride-motorcycle-moped/bike-categories-ages-and-licence-requirements

Tel: 01529 300887