Here at RideTo, you're able to choose from over 130 CBT training schools across the county. If you're looking to train in Preston then your best bet would be Riverview Rider Training in Rimington. If you can't find a date to suit you there or perhaps you just want to try a different school then you can choose from Blackburn, Morecambe, Heywood, Manchester and Sale.
Completing your CBT Training in Preston is the first step of motorcycle training and is needed to ride any two-wheeled vehicle on the road. Taking your CBT Training in Preston typically takes between 6-8 hours and has the highest level of training with a high pass rate.
CBT Training Preston supports local areas for training such as Southport, Tarleton, Formby, Rufford, Leyland, Penwortham and Fulwood. Whether you are looking to train on an Automatic or a Manual you will be in the best hands in Preston CBT Training location. You will be required to have the appropriate licence for your training, these are UK Provisional, UK Full Driving Licence or EU Licence with D9 counterpart. Your training will consist of 5 parts where the initial 4 parts of your training will be off-road or onsite so that students will be able to train in a low-pressure environment before undertaking the final part of training in and around the local area, riding for 2 hours on-road.
The cost of CBT Training in Preston starts from £145. All motorcycle training with RideTo includes bike and helmet hire, insurance and your instructor's fees. This means on the day of your training all you need is to bring your licence and wear appropriate clothing and you will be ready to train.
If you're over 17 you will be able to ride a 125cc powered machine either automatic or manual, the choice is yours. If you're under 17 you will be able to ride a 50cc powered machine.
When it comes to style, there are plenty of choices out there and as the demand for smaller capacity machines increases, a lot of the major manufacturers have turned their eye to this market and now offer plenty of choices. Whether you're into you're comfy cruisers or you want a more sporty look, there is plenty of choice for you.
Check out our blog on The Best 125cc Bikes on the market.