How Much Is a CBT Test in Bromsgrove?
Based in Worcestershire and only 16 miles from Birmingham, Bromsgrove is a great location for learning to ride a motorcycle and taking your CBT Test.
RideTo have partner training schools all around Birmingham with prices in the range of £130 - £150 for the one-day training course that will enable you to ride up to a 125 cc scooter/motorbike (if you are 17 or over).
The RideTo partner school CBT test centres offer slightly different packages and facilities which is reflected in their costs.
They all provide a bike and helmet to wear on your training day and some also include the hire of CE rated gloves and a motorcycle jacket.
If the training site you choose doesn’t provide these items, be sure to bring your own with you to training. Failure to do so could mean you are turned away and not allowed to train. For more information on the correct gear needed, take a look through our training day clothing guide.
If you need to purchase any items we sell a range of awesome motorcycle brands over on the RideTo store.
Find a CBT Test Centre Near Me in Bromsgrove, Birmingham
With three CBT test centres within a 10-mile radius of Bromsgrove, getting to your CBT test is especially easy if you are able to drive.
If you get public transport to your training, be sure to leave plenty of time to get there. The DVSA regulate CBT courses and under their rules instructors are not allowed to let students join in late as they could miss vital safety information.
BlackTop Motorcycle Training centre would be one of your closest options if you’re based in Bromsgrove, with two training sites just 9 miles from Bromsgrove, one in Cradley Heath and the other in Rowley Regis, Dudley.
1st Motorcycle Training in Kings Heath is another great option for completing your CBT test. They include gloves and a jacket in their package so you won’t need to bring your own.
What Happens During a CBT Test?
A CBT test can be split into 4 sections across the day of training. Firstly there will be on-site training where you will learn how a motorcycle works meaning that even if you are a complete beginner you will be taught all you need to know.
However, should you want to learn as much as possible before your CBT test, we have lots of information you can read beforehand over on our blog such as information about controls, maintenance and riding.
The next section is where you will get to practice what you are taught on a manual or automatic scooter or motorbike in the safety of the training ground.
You’ll be back in the classroom for the next section, which will be where you will learn road riding theory. You must already know the Highway Code before you come on your CBT test, however, you will be taught the best practice of riding a motorcycle in different road conditions during this section of your training.
If you have proven you can safely control the bike, you will be allowed out on the roads to put everything you’ve learnt to practice with the instructor riding behind telling you directions via an earpiece.