Motorcycle Training

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

The law now requires that all new motorcyclists undertake Compulsory Basic Training before they can legally ride a motorcycle on the public highway. These courses are available at several local centres.

Once you have successfully completed CBT you can carry on and take additional training to pass your test and qualify for a full motorcycle or moped licence. Most training centres will offer training for the full test as well as CBT.

Find Your Nearest CBT Centre - We have three CBT Centres in our area:

 Kickstart Motorcycle Training

 

 Unit 19 Wansdyke Workshops

 

 Unity Road

 

 Keynsham

 

 BS31 1NH

 

 Phone: 0800 0198919 / 0117 9866200

 

 E-Mail: pass@kickstart-mct.com

 

 

 

Moto Xp

Motag Southern Ltd

Bath racecourse

Lansdown Playing Fields (North)

Lansdown

Lansdown

Bath

Bath

BA1 9BU

BA1 9XX

Phone: 0800 2321589

Phone: 0800 6520677

Email: motoxp@hotmail.co.uk

 

Alternatively, to search for your nearest CBT centre you can visit the Driving Standards website. Just type in your postcode and it will list the nearest CBT centres to your home.

Are you aged 16-24? Passed your CBT? Want £100 cash?

Do you ride a scooter, moped or motorbike in the West Country? If so, you could bag up to £100 for being one of the best riders!

Sign up and enjoy FREE Go Karting, One to One Training plus lots of cool games & quizzes!

Who can sign-up?

  • You, if 16-24 years of age
  • You, if passed your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)
  • You, if living within Bristol, Bath & NE Somerset, North Somerset or South Gloucestershire.
  • You, if can provide the following legal paperwork;
    • CBT Certificate
    • Insurance Policy
    • MOT certificate – if bike is over 3 years old
    • Driving Licence (the paper part!) – After 12 months - For more information on how the offer works, please visit the Keep your wheels website.

BikeSafe and Ride to Arrive

BikeSafe is 1 day course run by Police Forces and Local Authorities around the United Kingdom who work with the whole of the biking world to help to lower the number of motorcycle rider casualties.

By passing on their knowledge, skills and experience, police motorcyclists can help you become a safer more competent rider.

They help you to increase your ability and confidence, so you can get even more enjoyment from riding your motorcycle.

The Bikesafe initiative is a nationwide plan of action to reduce the number of motorcycle accident casualties by promoting safer riding

Rider Performance Days at Castle Coombe

Rider Performance Days involves skills training, theory and offers a different approach to rider development. Brought to you by Somerset Road Safety Partnership and West of England Road Safety Partnership, it is aimed at reducing the numbers of motorcyclists involved in collisions.

We use an expert team of instructors and you will receive input from Nurburgring Instructors, club racers and qualified motorcycle instructors.

Places are limited to 60 per day at a cost of only £99 for the full day.

If you would like to book, or for further information contact us

MagicZero.org

The West of England Road Safety Partnership have set up a website soly for Motorcyclists  - MagicZero.org

MagicZero.org is the home for all of our infrmation on further training events we are holding and were to get useful information about Motocycling.

In our monthly quiz we are offering you the chance of winning brilliant prizes such as Metzeler Tyres, Forcefield Body Armour, Air Bag Jacket, BMW Helmet, Gerbings Heated Jacket and Gloves, Hood Motorcycle Jeans and Jacket, Rossi Signed Picture.... the list goes on!

Just complete our quick survey on MagicZero.org  to be in with a chance of winning.

For More Information on Motorcycle Safety

Free Motorcycle training -

Motorcycle Training Days are brought to you by the West of England Road Safety Partnership and run from April through to October 2010.

We use a recently retired Police Advanced Motorcycle Instructor to help improve your riding skills in order to lower the number of motorcycle collisions.

To qualify, you need to live in South Gloucestershire, Bristol, North Somerset or BANES.

The IAM and RoSPA offer advanced training courses for motorcyclists. Both groups offer a social side with organised ride-outs and evening events for the motorcycle enthusiast.

By taking an advanced course you will improve and maintain your riding ability as well as maintaining your no claims bonus. On enquiry, your insurance company may offer further discounts for IAM or RoSPA members.

Motorbike Road Safety from all4bikers.com

Motorcycle RoadSafety at all4bikers is about making you the motorcyclist aware and up to date with information for making you safer on Britains Roads.

All4bikers.com new RoadSafety section aims to give you the right knowledge and advice to help you become a better, safer biker.

If you require any more information please  e-mail Transportation@bathnes.gov.uk or call the Road Safety Team on 01225-394259.

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