Booking A CBT Test In West London
Booking your CBT Test in West London with RideTo couldn’t be easier. The CBT Test consists of 5 parts and lasts between 6-8 hours on one day. You will be required to have a valid UK Provisional or Full Driving Licence or an EU Driving Licence that has been registered with the DVLA using a D9 form to partake in your motorcycle training.
Where Can I Train In West London?
For, West London residents you will be able to learn to ride in a number of locations that are close to you and take your CBT Test:
RideTo has a number of partner sites for a CBT Test in West London based in Shepherd's Bush at the White City TA Centre which is a short walk from White City Tube station; Wembley on Lumen Road which can be reached from South Kenton from the North and North Wembley from the South; Edgware which is based at The Hive Stadium and can be reached from Canons Park Station on the Jubilee Line; Our Richmond site is based at Richmond Magistrate's Court which is a very short walk from Richmond Train Station and finally in Hounslow which is based at Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre & Library which can be reached by road from the M3 and by rail from Feltham Train Station. To find which site is best for you and which dates are available all you need to do is put your postcode into the search bar above - if you can't find something that suits you then just give us a call and one of our team will be happy to help.
Popular West London locations include:
What Can I Ride Once I Have Passed My CBT Test In West London?
Once you have passed your CBT test depending on your age you will be able to ride either a 50cc or a 125cc machine. The great news is over the last few years the small capacity market has boomed. Meaning most of the big players in the industry now produce bikes in the 50-125cc category.
Whatever your style, whether you prefer a comfy cruiser or a more sporty machine, there are plenty of options out there.
As always we recommend heading out to your local dealership and test riding as many bikes as you can. This will help you get a good idea as to what bike suits you best. There will always be something that just jumps out at you.