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Can I Do a CBT Test in Molesey?

While there isn’t a CBT test centre in Molesey itself, we work with 3 partner training schools within a 5-mile radius of Molesey.

One of your options for CBT test training is Heathrow Motorcycle Training who are based in Hanworth.

Other options are West London Motorcycle Training in Feltham and Universal Motorcycle Training in Wimbledon.

All locations offer different facilities such as onsite parking or cafes or they vary slightly with what they include in their CBT packages.

The length of a CBT test course will be the same - roughly 6-8 hours and the course content will also be the same however, each training school has different start times and provides different gear for your training day.

All CBT test schools provide a bike for you to learn on. Check whether a helmet, jacket or gloves are provided by looking at the icons in a schools information profile once you’ve entered your postcode into the search box above.

What Are The Requirements For A CBT Test In Molesey?

Firstly you must be 16 or over to attend and complete the CBT test. 16-year-olds will only be able to learn on and ride a 50cc moped after completing the test as opposed to a 125cc motorbike for those aged 17 or above.

The next requirement is that you have either a provisional or the full UK driving licence or an EU licence with a UK counterpart licence number. Whichever licence you have you need to bring it to your training along with your national insurance card.

Being able to speak and understand English to a good level is very important, you can be turned away from training if your instructor thinks you’re not understanding what they are teaching for safety purposes.

Having good eyesight is key when riding a motorbike. At the start of the CBT test, you will be asked to read a registration plate 20.5 metres away. You can use glasses or contact lenses if needed but if you can’t read the plate correctly you will, unfortunately, fail your CBT test.

As the CBT test is only one day of training, you must already be able to ride an adult-sized bicycle before your training. This is to prove you can balance a vehicle that has 2 wheels as without this skill you won’t be able to learn to ride a motorbike in just one day. You will be asked to confirm you can do this when you book your CBT test.

The last thing you can be turned away from your CBT test for is not turning up with the correct clothing/gear. Each RideTo partner school provides different items, some will include a helmet and or gloves and a jacket. Make sure you bring anything that is not included and these items must comply with the clothing rules which can be found over on our blog.

Can I Learn on an Automatic Motorbike?

You have the choice of whether you would like to learn to ride on an automatic scooter or a manual 125cc motorbike.

It is beneficial to learn on the same type of bike you plan to ride after passing however, once you have passed you don’t legally have to stick to the type you learnt on. Your CBT test could be completed on an automatic and then you decide you want to ride a manual bike.

If you feel cautious about riding a geared bike when you learnt on an automatic, you can always complete a Gear Conversion Course. This is a 2-hour course aimed at giving you the confidence to use a clutch and change gears.

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