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How Long Does It Take to Pass a CBT Test?

A motorcycle CBT test (Compulsory Basic Training) lasts between 6-8 hours across one day of training. This means it’s fast and easy for anyone over the age of 16 to get riding on the roads on either a moped, scooter or motorcycle (with an engine power of up to 125cc).

Although it is often referred to as a ‘test’ it is actually just a day's training course where you will be taught how to ride and then be given the chance to ride a scooter or motorbike yourself on both a training pad and then out on the roads.

Can I Fail a CBT Test?

As mentioned, although it’s not an actual test, it is possible that you might be told you need further training if you haven’t shown the instructor that you can confidently control the bike or safely ride it.

If this happens, it is for the safety of yourself and other road users and you will need to book another CBT test to spend more hours learning the skills of riding.

CBT Tests in Greenwich London

The nearest Rideto Partner CBT test centre to Greenwich is Phoenix Motorcycle Training at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.

They offer great facilities and were the first MCIAC gold standard training school in the UK. They do require all their students to bring with them a full training kit including a helmet, CE approved motorcycle gloves, a weatherproof outdoor jacket, sturdy boots that cover your ankles and thick trousers like jeans or motorcycle trousers.

RideTo has put together some examples of exactly what is and isn’t acceptable kit to wear for your CBT test. You can find this over on Our Blog.

Other RideTo partners schools that are worth checking out within 7 miles of Greenwich are 1 Stop Instruction based at Newham Powerleague in Barking, Beckton, BLT Motorcycle Trainingin Thamesmead and Phoenix Motorcycle Training’s other site in Sidcup.

I Can’t Drive A Car - Can I Learn To Ride A Motorbike?

Yes, you can learn to ride a motorbike without having learnt to drive a car. You will need at least a UK Provisional Driving Licence though, so make sure you apply for one before you book your CBT test as you will need the physical licence with you on the day of your training.

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