Passing your CBT test in Bexhill couldn’t be easier with our fantastic choice of motorcycle training schools. If you want to train a little further afield why not look at Tunbridge Wells or Haywards Heath.
What Will I Need To Bring On the Day Of Training?
On the day of your CBT test, you will need to ensure that you have the correct documents with you to be able to train. This includes your Provisional Licence and your National Insurance number. Make sure you arrive at least 30mins early to your training so the instructors are able to carry out the essential licence checks. Double-check your email to ensure you’re heading to the right location and take into account travel time to the location. We also recommend bringing lunch and some water with you on the day as there are always local shops to pop into.
What Can I Expect From My Training?
The training will last roughly 6-8 hours and will involve an independent road ride where the instructor will assess your ability to ride safely on the road. Whilst you cannot technically fail a CBT the instructor will end your day training early if you are unable to demonstrate competency in the various stages throughout the day. Don’t let that worry you though, have a read through our blog ‘CBT Test: The 5 Parts of a CBT’ to brush up on what to expect on the day and make sure you’re confident.
Where Can I Ride Once I Have Passed My CBT Test?
Once you’ve passed, you’ll be pleased to know that there are a whole host of incredible roads to ride all along the south coast. One of our favourite rides is down towards Eastbourne and head to the Birling Gap. It’s only a short loop but there’s nothing stopping you from having a couple of goes at it. On a sunny day, there are few things better than a cruise along the coast on a motorcycle.