If you live in Clevedon then Bristol is an excellent location to complete your CBT Training and start your journey onto two wheels!Being located south of the city centre just off the M5, riding around Clevedon allows new riders to get confident after passing their CBT by having quiet roads to ride around, away from the busy Bristol city centre. With CBT training sites only a short journey from Clevedon, you may choose one of our two sites in Bristol, either in North Bristol at Phoenix Motorcycle Training in Brentry or South East Bristol at B Bikers in Brislington.Another option a similar distance away is our Newport school also run by B Bikers.RideTo's CBT training partner sites near Clevedon supply areas such as Walton Bay, Tickenham, Kenn, Nailsea, Yatton, Kingston Seymour and Bristol city centre.
If you are a new rider then take a look at our new rider checklist for all the information you need to know.If you’re having any doubts about taking your CBT Training in Clevedon then read our top reasons for why you should take your CBT licence in Bristol. Reasons such as helping avoid congestion, getting up those hills easier and having access to multiple training sites makes it a no-brainer to us!
Whether you’re looking to learn to ride a scooter to become a delivery rider (if so have you checked out our courier jobs board yet?) or whether you want to take Motorbike lessons because riding is a cheaper, more environmentally friendly way to travel around the Bristol area, book in your CBT training now!Just type your postcode into the search bar above to get started!
If you want to commute by scooter or Motorbike, we have some helpful tips on how to best go about doing this. From knowing alternative routes when there are road closures, to keeping your bike protected and avoiding theft - it’s all here in our Guide of 10 tips for commuters.
You will definitely need to get a good lock on your bike if you are leaving it around town. We sell a great range on the RideTo Store by brands such as Oxford and Abus.
We have also put together a guide on Motorcycle Locks and Security explaining the difference between different styles of locks to help you figure out which is best for you as there are lots of type which can be quite daunting at first!