There is a motorcycle specific theory test, where there are questions that relate directly to using a motorcycle on the road. You would need to take this in order to take your motorcycle test but not for your CBT.
Usually you must have a UK licence. Full car licences from countries within the EU/EEA can be used as provisional motorcycle entitlement only if supported by a D91 issued by DVLA. Applications for a D91 should be made on a D9 form. Any licences outside of the EU, won’t be accepted.
A CBT certificate is valid for two years from the date of issue. Before it expires, you will need to retake your CBT or undertake further training and gain a full licence.
You are allowed to ride a moped or motorcycle up to 125cc. If you are 16 years old, you are able to ride a 50cc moped that is restricted to 30mph.
It is advised that you have some knowledge of the Highway Code, so you may want to read up on this before coming for your CBT training.
A CBT isn’t a test, therefore you cannot fail it as such. However, you are required to complete all of the elements of the CBT. As we all learn at a different pace, some students require additional training to get to the level required to go out on the road ride.
Read up on the new test rules here, for up to date information on this.
Advance training is designed to give you additional skills to the ones that you were originally taught when you took your test. These might include road positioning for different scenarios, observation skills and machine control, all to make you a more rounded and safer rider. Our in house I.A.M instructor will tailor a course to suit your needs.