Book motorcycle CBT training in Brent, London

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Lightning Motorcycle Training

Sattavis Patidar Centre, Forty Avenue j/w The Avenue, Wembley Park, London, HA9 9PE

Approx. distance: 0.6 miles

Alpha Motorcycle Training

6 Lumen Road, Wembley, London, HA9 7RE

Approx. distance: 1.3 miles

Universal Motorcycle Training

The Hive London, Edgware, London, HA8 6AG

Approx. distance: 2.5 miles

North London Motorcycle Training

101e High Street, Edgware, Edgware, Greater London, HA8 7DB

Approx. distance: 4 miles

Off The Kerb Motorcycle Training

White City Ta Centre, London, W12 7RW

Approx. distance: 4.3 miles

IPass CBT London

Indian Gymkhana Club, Thornbury Avenue, Osterley, Greater London, TW7 4NQ

Approx. distance: 6.9 miles

A2Z Rider Training

104 Canonbury Road, London, Greater London, N1 2UT

Approx. distance: 7.5 miles

A2Z Rider Training

New River Sport & Fitness, White Hart Lane, London, Greater London, N22 5QW

Approx. distance: 7.9 miles

Avsco motorcycle training

Fullerians Rugby Club, Coningesby Drive, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 3BD

Approx. distance: 9.5 miles

Eastside Riders

Lee Valley Ice Centre, Lea Bridge Rd, London, E10 7QL

Approx. distance: 9.8 miles

CBT training and testing underway in Brent

Find motorcycle CBT training in Brent, London

If you are looking for motorcycle CBT training in Brent then look no further! We have all the information here for you to find suitable CBT training and testing close to you or in the surrounding areas of Wembley, Willesden and Hendon.

Trusted by Motorcycle Training Companies in Brent, London

Over the years we have worked hard to ensure that all of our clients find the perfect team of experts for CBT training in Brent, we also have many different companies across London. If you are not sure if you area is covered, simply check our areas covered page and find the best company near you. We can ensure that all of the companies available will easily suit your needs and budget.

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How much is the cost of motorcycle CBT training?

The price varies depending on which motorcycle training company you take your CBT test with, but in Brent or the closest towns of Wembley, Willesden and Hendon will typically be between £115 and £145. Covid-19 has meant that many motorcycle training companies can only train on a 1 to 1 basis or 2 to 1 at most. This has meant many motorcycle training companies have had to increase their normal prices. There are four main things that affect the price:

  1.  Bike hire. Not all CBTs include the price of the bike hire so make sure you check if it is included in the price.
  2. Experienced or beginners CBT. If you've done your CBT before you can book an experienced CBT which usually costs less. This is because it will be shorter as you will already have been through all of the basics. Only do this if you have done at least 1 CBT and are confident riding your motorcycle or scooter.
  3.  Clothing and equipment hire. This includes your safety helmet, jacket, gloves and boots. Once again it may not be included in the price, so check first.
  4. Collision damage waiver. This is an insurance that will be offered to you before your training. It means that if you damage the motorcycle or scooter during your training then you will not have to pay for the repairs. It typically costs between £10 - £20 but is well worth having as repairs are much more than that.

Don't try to simply get the cheapest price, the quality of the training is the most important thing. Quality training will one day save your life.

Will there by other learners with me?

On the day of your CBT test in Brent there may be others training with you, with a maximum of four per classroom, instructor aside. When you subsequently take to the road, there are permitted to be two learners per instructor. This is in order to give a slightly more realistic scenario, as well as giving you someone to talk to, which can help with nerves.

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When were CBTs introduced?

CBT tests were introduced at the tail-end of 1990 and stands for Compulsory Basic Training. The thinking behind them was to try and reduce the number of motorcycle and moped accidents. Not only this, but it helps in giving people of all different ages a better basic understanding relating how to best control a two-wheeled machine.