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Compulsory Basic Training

The Facts:

For those aged 16 and over
Upon successful completion it entitles you to ride up to 50cc if aged 16, or up to 125cc if 17 and over.

It is a legal requirement to gain a CBT certificate to ride any motorcycle or scooter on the road.
(This is required regardless of what other licence you hold. The exception being for riding a moped if you obtained your full car licence before Feb 2001)
 

A theory test certificate is not required for CBT to be taken.  However, a good understanding of the Highway Code is required.

 A CBT certificate lasts for 2 years, in which time you can go on to take one of our full licence courses, or simply retake your CBT.

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The Structure:

The training day is split into 5 key elements:

Element A – Introduction to CBT and why it is required.

Element B - Practical on site training, introduction to the motorcycle, basic machine checks, basic maintenance checks.

Element C – Practical on site training, the ability to demonstrate clutch control, balance and slow speed maneuverability.

Element D – Practical on road training, road layouts, hazard perception, vulnerability, and visibility.

Element E – Practical on road riding, minimum of two hours covering all road scenarios,
e.g. Roundabouts, Junctions, One-way systems etc, to include U turn and emergency stop.

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