Yes. Everyone must take a motorbike theory test and CBT before they can take the motorbike practical test. The only exception is if you have already passed your moped or motorbike test in Wolverhampton and are aiming to ride a more powerful motorbike.
We can offer training aids and theory training advice regarding your motorbike lessons near Wolverhampton in West Midlands.
Yes, provided that your comply with age and engine restrictions, you can ride any motorbike in Wolverhampton regardless of transmission unlike a car test.
If you`re looking to obtain a motorbike license in Wolverhampton then the professional, DSA approved motorbike instructors can help you with your motorbike lessons in Wolverhampton.
The motorbike instructors can help you with all aspects of motorbike lessons in Wolverhampton from learning to ride a motorbike via CBT training all the way up to your motorbike test and beyond with the enhanced rider scheme.
The motorbike instructors near Wolverhampton use high quality motorbikes or mopeds during your motorbike lessons and we offer safety equipment and insurance during your motorbike lessons for your peace of mind.
Regardless of your motorbike lesson requirements in Wolverhampton, be it a structured hourly motorbike lesson or a intensive motorbike course, the trained motorbike instructors can help you with your motorbike lessons.
Contact us today via the motorbike lessons form for further information or to book your motorbike lessons in Wolverhampton. We will then contact you back shortly to discuss your motorbike lessons.
We have a network of professional motorbike schools throughout the UK including Wolverhampton in West Midlands for motorbike lessons.
The DSA checked motorbike instructors have years worth of motorbike training experience in teaching all types of riders in Wolverhampton the various skills needed to ride a motorbike during the motorbike lessons.
We will make you feel safe and confident during your motorbike lessons in Wolverhampton because we can offer:
• There are no more than 2 riders per motorbike instructor in a secure training environment for motorbike lessons
• Well maintained, high quality motorbikes of various engine sizes suitable for all types of motorbike lessons
• Protective clothing on loan during your motorbike lessons including safety helmets and gloves
• Insurance for your peace of mind during your motorbike lessons at our modern facilities
• Motorbike lesson prices which are great value for money
Depending upon your age, there are certain restrictions regarding if you can ride a moped or motorcycle in Wolverhampton and what size engine your motorbike can have if applicable.
Age 16 (category P)
After CBT completed, motorbike riders are limited to a 50cc moped and no faster than 50kph (31mph) on motorbike learning plates whilst riding in Wolverhampton. You are not allowed to ride on a motorway as well.
Age 17 (category A)
After CBT completed, motorbike riders can upgrade to a 125cc motorbike with a maximum power of 14.6 BHP on motorbike learning plates. You can also apply for full motorbike licence in Wolverhampton up to 33 BHP or take the A1 lightweight motorbike test which will let you ride a 125cc motorbike with no motorbike learning plates.
Age 21 (category A)
You are able to take the full direct access course. (taken on a bike that produces at least 46.6 BHP) once the DSA motorbike test has been passed you can then ride any size of motorcycle with no restriction on motorbike horsepower in Wolverhampton.
The motorbike lessons are structured around the students so we can offer various types of motorbike lessons in Wolverhampton from structured hourly motorbike lessons, to motorbike intensive courses so that you can obtain a motorbike license.
For further information on professional motorbike lessons in Wolverhampton, simply contact us via the motorbike lessons form regarding your motorbike lesson requirements in Wolverhampton. We will then contact you back shortly regarding your motorbike lessons.
have passed cbt a year ago i have a little x which i have ridden in the meantimeHarry
hello i have never ridden a bike but want to take my test im x and was wondering how i go about it and how much it costsMike
125cc bike d.o.b. x age 17Ria
everything i need to ride a motorcycleCharles
hello.i am looking at doing my bike license and understand that i can do an intensive course over a period of a week or 2. please could somebody just give me a few details of time scales and costs.i look forward to hearing from you.many thanksbenBen
hi im really interested in learning how to ride a motorbike properly. i am 32 and when i was a teenager i gave it a try but then the years went by and i never really touch one again. really wanna learn properly how to ride so i can buy one soon and appreciate all the feeling of freedom and pleasure it seems to bring i work monday to friday 9 6 so ideally i would be taking lessons on saturday if you guys are fine with it. i would probably be taking an hour of lessons every saturday until i feel confident enough to take a test to get the license. please let me know about prices and other details.ps i would prefer to be contacted by email if you dont mind as im really busy to talk on the phone at the moment. thank youpaulo natalPaulo
hii would like to know how much does it cost a cbt and do i need to have a bikeKrisztian
how much is a cbt test and where can i have oneThomas
ive ridden a 125cc motorbike for 18 months but my cbt has run out. ive not ridden for a year now. i want to get my full bike licence but dont have the time for an intensive course or the money. can i have hourly lessons how much would they be can the cbt be incorporated into these thanksLara