About your CBT

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) at Cardiff Motorcycle School

Urban myths about your CBT

It stands for Compulsory Basic Training which means there is no test at the end of it, however, you will need to have an understanding of the highway code and let us do the rest, there is no need to try and have a practice go on a friends 1000cc bike the night before (you already know what would happen).

There is also no time limit on how long it takes, everybody learns at different speeds, so it may take longer than a day, we will do our best to get you on the road as soon as you're ready.

The day will start with us making sure all the bikes that we are using are ready and that we have everyone (so try not to be late).
Contact us to book your CBT
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)
Book your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) at Cardiff Motorcycle School today and take the first step to winning the freedom of the road.
Call 029 2039 0329 or 0800 389 4358
Motorcycle training modules

The five modules of your CBT

Some of the five modules are on the training area, and some are in a classroom and of course the best bit going out on the road (but only when you're ready).

We are going to start by checking your licence (both parts remember) your eyesight as well (so don't forget your glasses). Next we are going to have a chat about the aims of the CBT and clothing and equipment (so make sure you have appropriate shoes - no heels, trousers like jeans, a jacket, gloves and waterproofs if it looks like rain). 

The next part is to go over to the manoeuvring area and to work through the next two modules (don't worry there will be breaks if we need them) before going to a classroom to have a chat about things we need to know about being on the road, and finally the road ride, and if all has gone well, the issue of your well-earned certificates.
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