In the event that you're hoping to take your CBT Training in Bath, at that point RideTo can do basically everything for you and make it simple to get onto two wheels!
We have a couple of schools in and round both Bath and the more extensive, Somerset county which we are certain will get you to a standard of succeeding in your CBT Training and getting you out and about and riding with confidence.
When you've chosen which school you need to go to, you can book your day of training quickly and easily with RideTo .
The local streets in Bath are useful for new riders and the training will be to the highest quality. A little further afield we likewise have some phenomenal training schools in Chippenham and Swindon.
To be able to take a CBT and to get booked onto a CBT course, you must be a UK resident, be at least 16-years of age, and hold a legitimate UK provisional or full licence. You don't have to take the theory test before your CBT, and you equally are not required to have any past experience riding motorcycles or scooters.
Opposite to what a number of people understand, there is no genuine test taken with your CBT as there is with a full motorcycle licence - it's actually only a day of training that is expected to assist you with finding a workable pace to grasp the fundamental skills and information required for motorbike riding.
The school will give the essential riding gear that you require for the day. The school will provide bike and helmet hire. For your lower half you'll need to wear the sturdiest pair of trousers you own, for example, some thick jeans. You'll likewise need something similarly as tough on your feet, for example boots that cover your ankles.
Contingent on the season and the weather you may likewise need to think about buying a waterproof coat or even a lot of modest waterproof - and windproof - overalls. It's constantly a smart thought to check the weather forecast during the week prior to your CBT Training just in case.
When you complete our Compulsory Basic Training, you will get your CBT certificate, which will permit you to ride out and about on L-plates utilizing your CBT certificate for as long as two years. If after the two years you wish to keep riding without moving up to a full motorcycle licence you should retake your CBT.
In the event that you take your CBT at 16 years old, at that point you'll just be permitted to ride a moped or scooter with a maximum of 50cc and a confined top speed of 30mph. There are 50cc bikes available, however a great many people decide on a bike because of the affordability and usability.
On the day you'll be given the decision of riding a automatic bike or a manual bike. Which one you pick is altogether up to you, however we suggest picking whichever it is you will ride once you've finished your CBT.
It doesn't bode well going through a day figuring out how to ride a manual motorcycle when you will go through the following two years riding a twist 'n' go bike.