One of the most challenging and therefore highest quality locations to undertake CBT Training, in Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes has an abundance of roundabouts and straight roads, making one of the more challenging parts of riding in the UK a breeze once CBT Training has been undertaken and students become safe riders of UK roads on two wheels. Found in Bletchley, in close proximity to Milton Keynes city centre, RideTo's CBT Training Partner is easily accessibly by rail and road. Just off the A5 at the Bletchley Park exit, close to IKEA and Stadium MK, CBT Training Milton Keynes is easily accessible.
CBT Training in Milton Keynes will allow you to ride the roads of the city centre and also nearby towns such as Bletchley, Leighton Buzzard and if taking your CBT Training in Milton Keynes isn't an option then look at our other nearby locations, such as; Northampton, Luton, Barton-le-Clay, Letchworth-Garden-City and Hatfield.
The most common questions about the CBT test are the following, what is a cbt test, can you take a cbt test and how does it cost to ride a motorcycle. In our guides section in the header, we cover bike reviews, guides and articles. Popular articles for taking CBT Training in Milton Keynes are what are the best scooters and motorbikes for commuting and 8 questions to ask before booking your motorcycle CBT.
A CBT Test is the same as CBT Training. The same training is referred to by both names. CBT Training typically takes between 6-8 hours on one day and at the end of the day if you have trained safely then you will be able ride legally on the roads of the UK.
Taking your CBT Test in Milton Keynes couldn't be easier with RideTo covering a number of locations in and around Milton Keynes. Outside of Milton Keynes you will be able to train in Luton, Northampton and London. All you need for your CBT Test is a UK provisional or driving full licence.
Motorcycle lessons in Milton Keynes range from £120-£175, however, the lessons and CBT Training are one of the same. Unlike car driving lessons where you need a number of hours before being able to take the final step onto the road, on a bike you are able to get onto the road relatively straightforward with a CBT.
Motorcycle lessons are not necessary for CBT Training as no prior experience is needed to complete the training. On the other hand, you are not guaranteed to succeed in your training so explore insurance policies and pre-CBT courses like the Introduction To Motorcycling.