Birmingham is the second largest population of any city in the UK, is prone to the occasional traffic jam or two. Our training instructors know exactly where to take you to ensure that you receive the highest quality training.
If you are looking to practice city centre riding or in outer areas such as Solihull, Selly Oak, King’s Heath, Sutton Coldfield and Acocks Green then we have you covered for your CBT training at RideTo. The best aspect of these locations is the varying mix of urban and country roads, giving you the best experience in learning to ride in a mixture of environments.
If you are from nearby locations such as Walsall, Wolverhampton or Bromsgrove then we have the perfect CBT training for you. With our Walsall location being 10 minutes from Walsall Station and our Tipton partner site just North of Dudley is also in close proximity to public transport.
CBT Training in Birmingham currently costs between £150 - £165 depending which RideTo location you choose. We offer a best price guarantee, so if you fine the same course cheaper somewhere else, we'll beat it.
When deciding which location to book your CBT Training with, it's important to check what's included in the course price. All of our instructors provided motorcycle or scooter hire, but some require you to bring you own motorcycle helmet, jacket and gloves. For all motorcycle lessons and training, you must arrive before the stated start time, with your licence card, wearing thick unripped jeans and boots which protect your ankles.
Taking your CBT Test in Birmingham typically takes between 6-8 hours on one day. Despite often being referred to as a test, there is in fact no test involved, just training. At the end of the day if you have trained safely you will be issued with your CBT certificate by your qualified instructor.
After receiving your certificate you will be able to legally ride the roads of the UK on a 125cc motorcycle or less if you are above the age of 17. If you are 16 you will be limited to a 50cc moped until you turn 17. At the age of 17 you will not need to retake your CBT to ride a 125cc motorcycle or scooter.
Motorcycle lessons are not the same as driving lessons for a car. The first step on to two wheels is to take your CBT Training and get your certificate. This one day course is all you need to be trained to get started. Following your CBT, you can take the restrictions off by taking your full motorcycle licence.
Taking a full motorcycle training course typically takes between 4-7 days that can be split over a period of time. This will allow you to ride without L plates, carry passengers and ride on motorways.