Booking a CBT Test in Ewell, Surrey
If you live in Ewell, Surrey we work with an excellent CBT test school who can teach you how to ride a motorbike in just one day!
From Ewell West train station you can be at Bikewize Motorcycle Training in just 15 minutes via train which is really convenient especially as CBT tests usually start quite early! At Bikewize courses begin at 8am and you will need to arrive at least 15 minutes before.
If the date of your training is more important than location enter your postcode into the search box above and then filter by date as opposed to location, price or rating and the CBT test school with the soonest availability will be listed first.
Being only 13 miles South of central London you have so many options within a 30 radius of Ewell, you’re bound to find the perfect location that ticks all of your boxes!
If you want the cheapest option, Excelerate Motorcycle Training Centre in Farnborough offer CBT tests for £140 and this includes hire of a bike, helmet, jacket and gloves! (do factor in transport costs of getting to and from your training and take this into consideration of the overall price!).
How Long is a CBT Valid For?
Once you’ve completed your CBT test the certificate is valid for 2 years. After this time you will need to complete the course again every 2 years. If you don’t do this (or forget to book another CBT!) you won’t be legal when on the roads.
The only way to stop having to repeat CBT test every 2 years is to upgrade your licence to a full licence.
This is a multiple-day course that includes 2 practical tests as well as a theory test. It’s quite a bit pricier than a CBT but the cost of multiple, regular CBTs adds up over the years.
Getting a full licence also has lots of other perks such as having no restrictions on what bike you can ride once you’re 24 or older and at any age, you can remove your L plates, ride on motorways and take a person on the back of your bike.
Can I Learn on an Auto and Then Ride a Manual Motorcycle?
You are not limited to ride only the type of gearbox you chose to learn on for your CBT test.
However, for safety reasons, we always tell our riders that if you plan on riding a manual bike, it’s better and safer for you and others to train on a manual and get the experience of using a clutch and changing gears while you’re in the safety of the training grounds.
If you’re still unsure what bike to pick, read more over on our blog.