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The types of UK Motorcycle Licences you can get

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Learning to ride a motorcycle is an exhilarating experience. You may have visions of flying down the carriageway, let alone across town, looking smart in your riding leathers and helmet, and showing off an equally smart-looking motorcycle. But before those visions can become a reality, you have to take the CBT course and pass the […]

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Safe Riding In The Rain

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Just because the rain is here it doesn’t mean you need to leave the bike parked in the garage. Wet weather shouldn’t stop the fun and if you understand safe riding in the rain, there should be nothing to stop you from getting out there on the open road on your bike.

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Universal Motorcycle Training – How an ERS Can Get Your Motorcycle Insurance Reduced

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When you pass your motorcycle training it’s only normal that you want the very best motorcycle with all the best features, looking and feeling as good as possible. You want a motorcycle that has the best possible look and feel, good braking, and turns heads when you’re out and about too… However, motorcycles like that […]

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Complete a Gear Conversion Course To Ride a Manual Bike

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If you already have a full automatic license for a motorcycle, a CBT, or ride a scooter, and you are keen to progress on to learning to ride a manual (geared) motorcycle of 125cc, then our Gear Conversion Course is for you. Our fully-qualified professional instructors can teach you safe riding through a gear conversion […]

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Universal Motorcycle Training – CBT Course For Riding Safely

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  The Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course is an obligatory course for those who want to ride a moped or motorcycle under 125cc; it also the first step to attain a full UK motorcycle licence. The course will teach you safe road riding skills, along with a basic understanding of the theory of riding, which […]

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What is Your Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)?

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A Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is a course that of professional motorcycle training and teaching of safe riding that needs to be completed by all new riders wanting to ride a moped or geared motorcycle. The Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) is the first legal thing you need to do before you ride a moped or […]

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What Is The DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS)?

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If you have passed your motorcycle licence you can complete the enhanced rider scheme, also known as ERS. This is a scheme that will look at your motorcycle safe riding skills before providing you with professional motorcycle training to help you improve your riding skills to better your safety on the road. There’s no test […]

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What Is The DVSA Certificate Of Competence?

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In this article we felt we would answer something our professional motorcycle training experts are often asked by those looking to pass their motorcycle course and gain a motorcycle licence through safe riding. We are going to talk about the DVSA Certificate of Competence, what it is and how you can get one.

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What Are The Differences Between DAS, A1 and A2 Motorcycle Licences?

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When it comes to full motorcycle licences there are a few differences in the categories, and the professional motorcycle training offered for each of them. In this article we have tried to put the differences of the different motorcycle licence categories into simple terms, so we can all understand which motorcycle licence category is best […]

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Summer Is Around the Corner, Ride Your Motorcycle Safely

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With summer just around the corner and those warmer days and lighter evenings it’s understandable you want to get out on your motorcycle and enjoy the better weather that the summer months have to offer– after all it’s the perfect weather for a motorcycle ride but there can be dangers. If you have only just […]

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