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Gear Conversion

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The Gear Conversion Course is a course designed for those who already have a valid CBT certificate, and simply want to learn how to ride a manual bike, also commonly known as a geared bike. The course will involve learning the controls of the manual bike, slow control training, on-site training and finally road training.


Usually, within 2-3 hours of training, a trainee with a fair amount of experience under a CBT riding an automatic bike should be able to ride a manual bike at a reasonable level. However, this does not apply to all riders, since it is inevitable that people will take different lengths of time to reach the required standards and it is our role to teach all our students to the best of their ability but it is also the student’s responsibility to take on the role to learn.


Please have a look into the Online Booking Section, under “Gear Conversion Course” if you are interested in booking this course. All the available dates/times will be available there, if none of them suits you, please send us an email to contact@universalmct.co.uk with the desired dates/times and we will be most happy to assist you in finding a suitable date.