Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is a training course designed to teach the basic skills required to ride on the road safely.
The CBT is not a test and cannot be failed, it is a one day course.
If your instructor is happy that you have completed all the elements to a competent level you will be issued with a certificate.
We have male and female instructors and are fully qualified and experienced. They will make you feel at ease and ensure that you have an enjoyable day.
On completion of your CBT at the age of 16 you can then ride a maximum of 50cc with L plates, at age 17 you can ride a maximum of 125cc with L plates.
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Once you have passed your C.B.T. you can take your Motorcycle Theory Test and then, depending on your age and your circumstances, there are 3 options for you:
- Category A1 – Light Motorcycle Licence. For anyone age 17+ but only and option for ages 17 to 19. It requires you to take your test on a bike between 120-125cc and a power output of no more than 14.6bhp. You can then ride any bike up to 125cc with a maximum power output of 14.6bhp.
- Category A2 – Standard Motorcycle Licence. For anyone age 19+ and the highest allowed for anyone under the age of 24. It requires you to take your test on a bike at least 395cc with power output between 33bhp and 46.6bhp. You then can ride any bike up to 46.6bhp. After 2 years of holding an A2 licence you can then upgrade to the A category.
- Category A – Unrestricted Motorcycle Licence. Available for those aged 24+ or currently held an A2 licence for 2 years or more. This requires you to take a test on a bike of at least 595cc with a power output of at least 53.6bhp. Once passed you can then ride any sized bike without power restrictions.