Monthly Archives: April 2016

A1 Licence

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Are you 19 years old or over and want to get you motorcycle riding licence? The A1 is a estricted full bike licence entitling you to ride a motorcycle or a scooter up to 125cc (up to 11 BHP). After completing your CBT, your training continues and once you are proficient enough, you progress onto […]


Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS)

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How about riding safely your motorcycle and have a certificate that can give you discounts on motorcycle insurance? The DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) checks your motorcycle riding skills and provides training to help you improve. There is no test. Once you’ve successfully completed the scheme you will get a “DVSA Certificate of Competence” and […]


Motorcycle Training Courses – Highlights

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Get to know a bit of our featured Motorcycle Training courses for spring and summer seasons! You can check our prices and book your course through our online bookin system by clicking here or here. DAS (FULL MOTORCYCLE LICENCE) If you are aged 24 or over or held an A2 licence for two years you […]


Motorcycle Riding in the UK: Reflective Clothing

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It is important to understand the need of wearing reflective clothing/equipment in order to stand out on the road, as this may ultimately lead to a better, safer riding. As part of the CBT syllabus, we stress the importance of wearing such garments whilst riding on the UK roads. While in Britain we have some […]


Motorcycle: Essential Tips for a Safe Ride

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If there is anything truly essential about riding a motorcycle—especially in the UK—it’s the pre-ride safety check. There are several aspects to this check, and here are the most important when it comes to safe riding. Motorcycle: Essential Tips for a Safe Ride 1) Brakes. Make sure you test your brakes before heading out. Get […]


Motorcycle Safe Riding: Carrying a Child

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When you picture carrying around a child on a motorcycle as a pillion rider, you might either cringe in horror, or delight in the idea of sharing your love of riding with him or her as you ride around London or other areas of the UK.