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Taking your CBT Training in Barnet is the first step to getting on the road on two wheels, and here at RideTo, we’re here to make that process as simple as possible. To get started, you’ll need to complete your CBT, and we have a number of CBT training centres around Barnet.

The closest training centre to Barnet is A2Z Motorcycle Training, who are based at New River Sports Leisure Centre on White Hart Lane. This school has been providing motorcycle training for 30 years, so they know a thing or two. The school is a short walk from Wood Green underground station and is located near the A10.

1 Stop Instruction are a CBT school based in Tottenham, just a short walk from Northumberland Park station and White Hart Lane station. The school provides a choice of motorcycles and scooters for you to use during your training, while the staff are friendly and professional.

Stadium Rider Training are also based in Tottenham, closer to Angel Road station, in the car park of IKEA Tottenham. Although they share their off-road training area with the Swedish furniture giant, it’s one of the largest in London, which means it’s safe.

We also have CBT schools in Edgware and Walthamstow.

What happens during a CBT?

The CBT itself is a fairly simple and straightforward process that only takes one day. You don’t need to worry about booking lessons or passing your theory Training, although it would be wise to do some research on the basic highway code. All you need is a valid UK provisional driving licence, and to be at least 16-years-old.

When you arrive for your CBT Training in Barnet one of the first things you’ll have to do is take a quick eyesight Training. It’s nothing too strenuous, the instructor will just ask you to read a number plate from a distance of 20 metres. After that you will head into the classroom along with the other students where your instructor will teach you the basics of the highway code, how to handle a motorcycle or scooter, and how to safely operate them on the road. You’ll also be fitted with riding equipment if you don’t have your own.

The next part of the CBT will take place outside, on the school’s off-road training area. This is where you’ll get your first taste of two wheels. You’ll be required to ride a couple of set routes and perform several maneuvers on your bike, as well as show you can push the bike around when it is off the stand. Whichever bike you choose for this section will be yours for the rest of the day.

Once you’ve shown the instructor you can handle your machine confidently and safely it will be time to move on to the final part of the CBT. You and another student will head out onto the road with the instructor for a two hour ride. You will take it in turns to lead the group, so the instructor will have a good opportunity to assess you both. Once you return to the school you will receive your CBT certificate, which will allow you to ride on the road with L-plates for the next two years.

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