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The motorcycle test consists of two parts: the CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) and Part Two. The CBT, as the name suggests, is compulsory and must be taken by everybody with aspirations of riding a motorbike on public roads. Part Two meanwhile is taken after completion of CBT and takes several forms, dependant on age and whether the applicant has a full driving licence for another vehicle.
Applicants aged 21 and over must:
For riders aged 17-21 the process is similar, although there is no obligation to take a theory test UNLESS they have not passed a moped theory test. They can apply for their (A1) Light Motorcycle licence, or alternatively take their standard motorcycle test on a bike between 120cc and 125cc. Applicants aged 16-17 must pass their motorcycle theory test, as well as passing a practical moped test.
Regardless of age or skill level, motorcycle training is an essential part of passing the test. We can impart the wisdom that will ensure you are a safe road user armed with the best practical skills and theoretical knowledge.
CBT was created to significantly reduce the number of accidents caused by inexperienced road users. Our CBT training courses incorporate five key areas: introduction, on-site training, on-site riding, on-road training and on-road riding.
Our Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents trained instructors are experienced in all matters of the Motorcycle test and the Part Two CBT test, and are patient and understanding – which is why we accept all candidates regardless of skill and confidence level. For more confident riders we also offer a DAS course.
Our instruction team is approved by the Driving Standards Agency, which provides peace of mind to our students as to their competence. This is reflected in our unrivalled pass rates. For more information on NFL’s bike test or A2 test across Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton then please don’t hesitate to contact a member of our team on 01902 494 422.