Manchester vibrant and close proximity city centre to residential areas makes it the perfect city to take CBT Training. Manchester is a great place to learn to ride as it has a large amount of residential side streets great for getting practice in or if beautiful green scenery is what you are looking for, many instructors will take you close to many of Manchester’s parks. Remember, when the Universities are back, Oxford Road is one to avoid, our instructors will ensure you aren’t getting your first practice around thousands of students.
CBT Training in Manchester is very accessible with the cities great transport system. If you are in close proximity to a bus service then our city-centre locations or Withington are for you. If train or car are your preferred methods then Belle Vue or Audenshaw CBT Training centres are ideal.
Manchester may have a bad reputation for being a rainy city, it certainly does not for CBT Training locations. RideTo has four great locations in Greater Manchester to do your CBT Training in Audenshaw, Withington, Belle Vue and the city centre near Ancoats. Manchester has the perfect balance between learning to ride your motorcycle on residential roads and practising on busier routes which is essential practice for passing your CBT Training.
RideTo CBT Training sites supply many locations in Manchester such as Ancoats, Cheetham Hill, Droylsden, Audenshaw, Ashton-under-Lyne, Withington, Fallowfield, Parrs Wood, Salford, Levenshulme, Belle Vue, Rusholme, Chorlton and Stretford.
Booking CBT Training in Manchester couldn’t be easier, we have a great selection of motorcycle training sites for you to get your CBT licence. After getting booked in above we will get you confirmed in for your CBT training and then you will be riding around in no time on one of the Top 50cc Motorcycles or if you can’t decide which Moped, Scooter or Motorcycle, 50cc vs 125 to get then take your time and make sure that you remember to get Insurance.
Motorcycle lessons in Manchester cost £140+. To get riding a motorbike you do not need motorcycle lessons like you would with a driving licence for a car. You are able to take CBT Training straight away with no prior experience of two wheels.
If you are unsure about taking your CBT Training straight away then you are able to take an Introductory To Motorcycling Course.
A CBT Test is not actually a test, it is in fact training. CBT Training takes between 6-8 hours on one day. At the end of your training if you have trained safely you will be able to legally ride the roads of the UK.