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Introduction To Motorcycling

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If you have never ridden a motorbike previously or are a complete novice to motorcycling then our Introduction to Motorcycling could be just for you if, especially if you are hoping to complete your (CBT) Compulsory Basic Training on Motorcycles in 1 day.

We have designed our Introduction to Motorcycling for those that are nervous, anxious or concerned about completing their Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) or even those that have been on a motorcycle, scooter or moped before. The Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) can be extremely nerve-wracking for some people and this is why we use our Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS)Introduction to Motorcycling to calm those nerves and to make attendees on the course feel more confident about taking their Compulsory Basic Training (CBT).

Introduction To Motorcycling

Our Introduction to Motorcycling offers professional motorcycle training and teaches safe riding to those that have not been on a motorcycle of any form before; we take things slowly to help improve attendees’ confidence on the road and on their motorcycle whether in motorcycle training session with us or out on their own.

We run our Introduction to Motorcycling courses on a 1 – to – 1 basis, or 2 – to – 1 basis with more confident or experienced motorcycle riders. We always have professional motorcycles trainer to 1 or 2 attendees as a maximum, which means individual attention can be given to the rider to help them improve their confidence, skills and knowhow on a motorbike, in preparation for their Compulsory Basic Training (CBT).

Introduction To Motorcycling

We highly recommend that those hoping to complete the Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) in one day attend at least 1 or 2 hours of professional motorcycle training in advance of their Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), this will help them understand safe riding and get a stronger understanding of their motorcycle.

Your professional motorcycle trainer will work closely with you, supporting you throughout the Introduction to Motorcycling course and then take the time to talk to you after the course to help you understand if there are any areas that need improvement and if we recommend you go for your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) or if perhaps a few more hours professional motorcycling training is needed before this time to ensure you will complete your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) in one day.

If you have any questions about our Introduction to Motorcycling course then please do not hesitate to contact us, we would be happy to discuss any queries you have.

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