Taking your CBT Training in Glasgow couldn't be easier. Scotland's largest city has the blend of a busy city centre, quiet residential roads and country roads in the suburbs, perfect for motorcycle training. RideTo CBT Training covers the whole city including training areas such as Gorbals, Bridgeton, Rutherglen, Govanhill, Finnieston, Shawlands and Parkhead.
RideTo CBT Training partner locations are easily accessible from Glasgow centre, Bridgeton, Dalmarnock and Rutherglen rail stations and road access via M74 and A74. South of Glasgow in East Kilbride, accessible via East Kilbride and Hairmyres rail station and A726/Queensway via road.
Getting onto two wheels doesn't need to be complicated. The first step is to ensure that you have an appropriate license to take your CBT Training in Glasgow. You will need to have and present on the day of your training either a UK provisional license, full driving license or EU license with D9 counterpart number. After the license has been ticked off, then you will need take CBT Training, this training takes between 6-8 hours on one day. Unlike, passing your driving test, you do not any prior experience on a scooter, moped or motorcycle. Equally, you will not require any motorcycle lessons. However, if you feel unsure about passing your CBT Training first time around, we advice taking an Introductory to Motorcycling course.
If you are still unsure on what is a CBT test or you want to know whether you can take a CBT test then look no further than our guides section. If you are looking for a helping hand on getting started on to your motorcycle then review our new rider checklist or get in touch with us via email or phone (02036059652).