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Taking A CBT Test In London

A CBT Test in London is the first stage of training when learning to ride a motorcycle. CBT stands for Compulsory Basic Training which means it's technically not a test but a day of instruction with the end goal of making you safe on a motorcycle on the road. A CBT is a necessary licence for any rider on two wheels. You will be able to find out more about what is a CBT Test here.

London offers a full range of CBT Test locations from South London to North London, East London to West London. If you are looking for a beautiful location then Richmond is the perfect place for you or if you want to get practised at the city bustle then Walthamstow may be the best location. If accessibility is your priority by tube then Edgware, Wembley or Tottenham is perfect. Alternatively, by road, Shepherd’s Bush, Maidstone or Watford give you a perfect suburban experience when you train for your motorcycle CBT Test.

Where We Provide CBT Test Training

We have 19 CBT test training sites across London and the Greater London area. All of our London CBT test sites are easily accessible with excellent transport links and service areas including Edgware, Wembley, Shepherd’s Bush, Richmond, Hounslow, Croydon, Crystal Palace, Lewisham, Sidcup, Orpington, Thamesmead, Dagenham, Watford, Sidcup, Tottenham, Ilford, Feltham, Maidstone and Walthamstow.

All of the information regarding the training sites’ location and transport links can be found by putting your postcode into the search bar above. If you’re looking for a CBT Test in London and there aren’t any of our partner sites that are convenient for you then feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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What Can I Ride On A CBT?

Once you have passed your CBT Test in London you are able to ride either a 50cc or 125cc machine depending on your age. Gone are the days where you're left with very little choice when it comes to smaller capacity machines. Over the last 5 years, most of the major manufacturers have brought out some really fantastic motorcycles and scooters aimed at those on a CBT licence. Check out our blog on the Top Ten Motorcycles for New Riders here.

Where Can I Ride After Passing My CBT Test in London?

There are some really great rides to be had when riding out of the capital. Check out our favourite routes below.

  1. London to Whitstable
  2. London to Brighton

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