Sheffield, in the heart of Yorkshire, offers a great range of CBT Training opportunities. First practice manoeuvres before riding the roads of Sheffield and the Peak District in 2 of the 5 parts of a CBT Test.
If you are looking to start your journey onto two wheels and taking your CBT Training in Sheffield then take a look at our RideTo New Rider Checklist. The requirements for taking CBT Training are having a valid UK provisional or full driving licence and that you are above the age of 16, for full details check UK Licence Laws For Motorcycles And Mopeds.
CBT Training in Sheffield couldn't be easier to access from the city centre, just being a short 15-minute cycle away or take one of the many buses up the A61 or parallel stopping at the Owerton Sports Stadium.
Taking your CBT Training in Sheffield couldn't be easier. Your DVSA qualified instructor will take you through the first 4 parts of the CBT (typically with a cup of tea in hand) before taking you out on the roads in the final part of the day.
The first 4 parts are all on the training pad and give you the basics of riding a motorcycle during your CBT Training. The last part of your CBT Training is a 2-hour road ride, which is a minimum of 2 hours by law. This will be where you can test your skills and the instructor can evaluate your safety of solo riding.
Despite the name, CBT Test, it is officially CBT Training in which there is no test involved. Your instructor will ensure that you are riding to a high standard making sure that you are in no danger to yourself or other road users when you are post-CBT.
Motorcycle lessons are not necessary to undertake your CBT Training in Sheffield. Unlike taking a car driving licence where multiple lessons are required, this is not the case for motorcycle training. You can undertake pre-CBT lessons such as the Introduction To Motorcycling Course which will give you a taster session with an instructor.