These courses are tailored to YOUR requirements. Courses do NOT have to be on consecutive days. We train 7 days a week including Bank holidays. There are no hidden costs.
(Compulsory Basic Training)
Minimum Age: 16
CBT is the first course that learner motorcyclists are required to attend. The CBT course generally takes a whole day to complete, and providing a safe and satisfactory standard has been achieved, you will be awarded a DL196 (CBT Certificate) which will allow you to ride on the road unaccompanied for the next 2 years.
Minimum age: 16
This is for your moped test to allow you to ride without "L" plates and with no time restrictions
Minimum age: 17
The A1 Motorcycle Licence is available for people aged 17 or above who only want to ride a scooter/moped or motorbike with a maximum engine size of up to 125cc.
Minimun age: 19
The category A2 motorcycle licence is available for anyone over the age of 19. The A2 motorcycle licence allows riders to ride any motorcycle/scooter with a maximum power output of up to 35kw (46.6bhp).
Minimum age: 24 (or 21)
The Direct Access Scheme (DAS) is for those people who would like to get a full unrestricted motorbike licence.
DAS is only available for people aged 24 and over, unless you have already held an A2 motorcycle licence for at least 2 years and are following the progressive access route.
Our prices include; tuition, bike hire, insurance, fuel and practical test fees (the theory test is not included as standard, but can be on request).
Helmet, gloves and waterproofs are loaned at no additional cost.
Corporate training / club days
Sometimes running a bike club can be hard work, simply finding different places to go and events to run to keep the club active can be quite a challenge. We have any number of great ideas; find out what we can offer for bike clubs and employee training days.
Riding in Action delivers premium quality training at affordable prices.
All training is delivered by our friendly and encouraging DSA & RoSPA qualified instructors.
Feel free to contact us and discuss your training requirements.