T&K Motorcycle Training Bridgwater At Anderson and Wall Motorcycles, Church Street, Bridgwater TA6 5AS
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CBT Training in Bridgwater

T&K Motorcycle Training provides CBT training

in Bridgwater and all surrounding areas.

OUR CBT TRAINING

Our CBT training is done by our friendly,

experienced and professional instructors who aim

to give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to

achieve your CBT Certificate in the shortest time

and hence least cost.

The training makes sure you are able to ride safely and competently on your own on public roads while you practice for your full moped or motorcycle test. The course usually lasts a full day but can take longer depending on how quickly you learn.
After successfully completion of the training, you will be issued with a CBT Certificate which is valid for up to 2 years and allows you to legally ride, with some restrictions, any moped or a motorcycle up to 125cc on the UK roads. During that time, you have to display L-plates, cannot ride on the motorways and cannot carry a passenger until you pass your full motorcycle license test.
WHAT DOES CBT INVOLVE?
The CBT course involves five parts:
Introduction: The aims of CBT, making suitable decisions about equipment and clothing, and meeting the eyesight rules. Practical on-site training: How the motorcycle or moped works, what maintenance checks are needed, and getting a feel for the weight and balance of the vehicle. Practical on-site riding: Carrying out manoeuvres safely and under full control, using the brakes, changing gear, and carrying out observations. Practical on-road training preparation: Meeting the legal requirements to ride, attitude, positioning, separation distances, speed, anticipating what other road users may do, and preparing for developing hazards. Practical on-road riding: Riding in typical traffic conditions (including traffic lights, roundabouts, junctions, pedestrian crossings, gradients and bends), and carrying out a u-turn and an emergency stop.
The five parts have to be completed in sequence and you will only move on to the next part when your instructor is satisfied you have learnt the necessary theory and demonstrated the practical skills to a safe basic level.
When all five parts of the training have been satisfactorily completed, you will be issued with a DL196 certificate of completion. You must then either pass your full moped or motorcycle test within 2 years, or re-take your CBT training, or stop riding.
You won’t need to take CBT if you want to ride a moped (up to 50cc) and you passed your car driving test before 1 February 2001, or if you want to ride a motorcycle and have a full moped licence from passing a moped test since 1 December 1990, or if you have a full motorcycle licence for one category and want to upgrade to another, or if you live and ride on some offshore islands.
DOES EVERYONE HAVE TO TAKE A CBT?
Once you have your DL196 certificate you will probably want to take additional training to pass your theory and practical tests and qualify for a motorcycle licence. Remember that you must take your DL196 certificate with you when you go to your practical test.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
We provide new bikes for CBT, from 50cc auto to 125cc geared.
We provide helmets with built in state of the art two way communication systems. Also motorcycle jackets, gloves and waterproofs if required free of charge.
Our instructors are friendly, experienced and professional and our goal is to ensure that every student receives the individual attention and training necessary to enable them to ride on the road safely and confidently.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The CBT course lasts a full day and the cost is £120. Should you require more time to complete the course, we will give you an extra session free of charge.
You must use L plates (L or D plates in Wales).
After you’ve completed CBT, you can ride a moped if you’re 16 or over or a motorcycle up to 125cc and with a power output of up to 11kW if you’re 17 or over.
You must pass your full moped or motorcycle test within 2 years, or you have to either take CBT again or stop riding.
At T&K Motorcycle Training we aim to make the process of learning to ride a motorcycle or scooter an easy and enjoyable experience. The CBT course is not a test and so there’s no pressure to pass or fail. We aim to make the day one of valuable instruction and good fun!
Please contact us today for more information or click cbt motorcycle training bridgwater to book a training course
WHAT IS CBT?
CBT training Bridgwater
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is a course that most people have to take before they can ride a moped or motorcycle on the road.

CBT Training in Bridgwater

T&K Motorcycle Training provides CBT training

in Bridgwater and all surrounding areas.

OUR CBT TRAINING

Our CBT training is done by our friendly,

experienced and professional instructors who

aim to give you the skills, knowledge and

confidence to achieve your CBT Certificate in the

shortest time and hence least cost.

The training makes sure you are able to ride safely and competently on your own on public roads while you practice for your full moped or motorcycle test. The course usually lasts a full day but can take longer depending on how quickly you learn.
After successfully completion of the training, you will be issued with a CBT Certificate which is valid for up to 2 years and allows you to legally ride, with some restrictions, any moped or a motorcycle up to 125cc on the UK roads. During that time, you have to display L-plates, cannot ride on the motorways and cannot carry a passenger until you pass your full motorcycle license test.
CBT training Bridgwater
WHAT DOES CBT INVOLVE?
The CBT course involves five parts:
Introduction: The aims of CBT, making suitable decisions about equipment and clothing, and meeting the eyesight rules. Practical on-site training: How the motorcycle or moped works, what maintenance checks are needed, and getting a feel for the weight and balance of the vehicle. Practical on-site riding: Carrying out manoeuvres safely and under full control, using the brakes, changing gear, and carrying out observations. Practical on-road training preparation: Meeting the legal requirements to ride, attitude, positioning, separation distances, speed, anticipating what other road users may do, and preparing for developing hazards. Practical on-road riding: Riding in typical traffic conditions (including traffic lights, roundabouts, junctions, pedestrian crossings, gradients and bends), and carrying out a u-turn and an emergency stop.
The five parts have to be completed in sequence and you will only move on to the next part when your instructor is satisfied you have learnt the necessary theory and demonstrated the practical skills to a safe basic level.
When all five parts of the training have been satisfactorily completed, you will be issued with a DL196 certificate of completion. You must then either pass your full moped or motorcycle test within 2 years, or re-take your CBT training, or stop riding.
You won’t need to take CBT if you want to ride a moped (up to 50cc) and you passed your car driving test before 1 February 2001, or if you want to ride a motorcycle and have a full moped licence from passing a moped test since 1 December 1990, or if you have a full motorcycle licence for one category and want to upgrade to another, or if you live and ride on some offshore islands.
DOES EVERYONE HAVE TO TAKE A CBT?
Once you have your DL196 certificate you will probably want to take additional training to pass your theory and practical tests and qualify for a motorcycle licence. Remember that you must take your DL196 certificate with you when you go to your practical test.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
We provide new bikes for CBT, from 50cc auto to 125cc geared.
We provide helmets with built in state of the art two way communication systems. Also motorcycle jackets, gloves and waterproofs if required free of charge.
Our instructors are friendly, experienced and professional and our goal is to ensure that every student receives the individual attention and training necessary to enable them to ride on the road safely and confidently.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The CBT course lasts a full day and the cost is £120. Should you require more time to complete the course, we will give you an extra session free of charge.
You must use L plates (L or D plates in Wales).
After you’ve completed CBT, you can ride a moped if you’re 16 or over or a motorcycle up to 125cc and with a power output of up to 11kW if you’re 17 or over.
You must pass your full moped or motorcycle test within 2 years, or you have to either take CBT again or stop riding.
At T&K Motorcycle Training we aim to make the process of learning to ride a motorcycle or scooter an easy and enjoyable experience. The CBT course is not a test and so there’s no pressure to pass or fail. We aim to make the day one of valuable instruction and good fun!
Please contact us today for more information or click cbt motorcycle training bridgwater to book a training course
T&K Motorcycle Training Bridgwater At Anderson and Wall Motorcycles Church Street, Bridgwater TA6 5AS
WHAT IS CBT?
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is a course that most people have to take before they can ride a moped or motorcycle on the road.
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T&K Motorcycle Training Bridgwater At Anderson and Wall Motorcycles, Church Street, Bridgwater TA6 5AS

CBT Training in Bridgwater

T&K Motorcycle Training provides CBT training in Bridgwater and

all surrounding areas.

OUR CBT TRAINING

Our CBT training is done by our friendly, experienced and professional

instructors who aim to give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to

achieve your CBT Certificate in the shortest time and hence least cost.

The training makes sure you are able to ride safely and competently on your own on public roads while you practice for your full moped or motorcycle test. The course usually lasts a full day but can take longer depending on how quickly you learn.
After successfully completion of the training, you will be issued with a CBT Certificate which is valid for up to 2 years and allows you to legally ride, with some restrictions, any moped or a motorcycle up to 125cc on the UK roads. During that time, you have to display L-plates, cannot ride on the motorways and cannot carry a passenger until you pass your full motorcycle license test.
WHAT DOES CBT INVOLVE?
The CBT course involves five parts:
Introduction: The aims of CBT, making suitable decisions about equipment and clothing, and meeting the eyesight rules. Practical on-site training: How the motorcycle or moped works, what maintenance checks are needed, and getting a feel for the weight and balance of the vehicle. Practical on-site riding: Carrying out manoeuvres safely and under full control, using the brakes, changing gear, and carrying out observations. Practical on-road training preparation: Meeting the legal requirements to ride, attitude, positioning, separation distances, speed, anticipating what other road users may do, and preparing for developing hazards. Practical on-road riding: Riding in typical traffic conditions (including traffic lights, roundabouts, junctions, pedestrian crossings, gradients and bends), and carrying out a u-turn and an emergency stop.
The five parts have to be completed in sequence and you will only move on to the next part when your instructor is satisfied you have learnt the necessary theory and demonstrated the practical skills to a safe basic level.
When all five parts of the training have been satisfactorily completed, you will be issued with a DL196 certificate of completion. You must then either pass your full moped or motorcycle test within 2 years, or re-take your CBT training, or stop riding.
You won’t need to take CBT if you want to ride a moped (up to 50cc) and you passed your car driving test before 1 February 2001, or if you want to ride a motorcycle and have a full moped licence from passing a moped test since 1 December 1990, or if you have a full motorcycle licence for one category and want to upgrade to another, or if you live and ride on some offshore islands.
DOES EVERYONE HAVE TO TAKE A CBT?
Once you have your DL196 certificate you will probably want to take additional training to pass your theory and practical tests and qualify for a motorcycle licence. Remember that you must take your DL196 certificate with you when you go to your practical test.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
We provide new bikes for CBT, from 50cc auto to 125cc geared.
We provide helmets with built in state of the art two way communication systems. Also motorcycle jackets, gloves and waterproofs if required free of charge.
Our instructors are friendly, experienced and professional and our goal is to ensure that every student receives the individual attention and training necessary to enable them to ride on the road safely and confidently.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The CBT course lasts a full day and the cost is £120. Should you require more time to complete the course, we will give you an extra session free of charge.
You must use L plates (L or D plates in Wales).
After you’ve completed CBT, you can ride a moped if you’re 16 or over or a motorcycle up to 125cc and with a power output of up to 11kW if you’re 17 or over.
You must pass your full moped or motorcycle test within 2 years, or you have to either take CBT again or stop riding.
At T&K Motorcycle Training we aim to make the process of learning to ride a motorcycle or scooter an easy and enjoyable experience. The CBT course is not a test and so there’s no pressure to pass or fail. We aim to make the day one of valuable instruction and good fun!
Please contact us today for more information or click cbt motorcycle training bridgwater to book a training course
CBT training Bridgwater
WHAT IS CBT?
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is a course that most people have to take before they can ride a moped or motorcycle on the road.