We want you to learn to ride a motorcycle safely…
When you book a course, our instructors are here to teach you ride a motorcycle or moped safely. There will be many topics that will need to be covered to achieve this. The purpose of this section of the web site is to help you learn those topics and maybe take a more in depth look at them. Reading these at any time during the journey you take to becoming a safe rider will be helpful, but to get the most out of your training having read some or all these topics beforehand could make all the difference.
Some of our courses have information and material that you need to learn before you attend. This is to help give you a head start and allow us to concentrate as much as possible on the actual riding skills that we need and want to teach you. The information is short and succinct, and should not take long to learn.
If you don’t learn this information before attending a course time will have to be spent by your instructor going over the information which will take time away from riding. In the case of the CBT it may mean you don’t complete the course in one day and will need to come back to complete what you haven’t finished.
If any of the information is confusing or incomplete, please email us with your concerns and we will be happy to clarify anything.
- CBT course learning material
- Dual Carriageways
- ERS course learning material
- Extra Practice
- Following and Separation Distances
- Forward Planning
- How to fail your CBT
- Learning the Highway Code
- Motorcycle (show me/tell me) Safety Questions
- One-Way Streets
- Riding at Night
- Roundabout Lifesavers
- Roundabout Rules
- Speed Limits
- Taking your Module 1 motorcycle test explained
- Taking your Module 2 motorcycle test explained
- Traffic Signals
- Wet and Slippery Roads