Motorrad Training offers a comprehensive range of courses, from Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) and Direct Access (DAS) for novice riders, through to advanced post-test training for experienced motorcyclists.



Designed to give candidates more skill and more confidence on the road. The perfect course for the beginner or the new rider who is limited in motorcycle exposure or concerned regarding the skills required in learning to ride.
Offering 2-1 tuition (1 instructor to 2 students), a full day of off the road training and full day of on the road training (compared to minimum of 2-2.5 hours on the road 1 day CBT).

Day 1 - A combination of theory and introduction to motorcycling on our private training area.
Day 2 - Continuing on from day 1 and venturing on to the road.

CBT (Experienced / Renewal)

Best for riders who have already taken a CBT and are renewing their certificate or have ridden geared motorcycles extensively in the past.

Morning - A combination of theory and introduction to motorcycling on our private training area
Afternoon - Continuing on from the morning and venturing on to the road.



5 Day DAS / A2 Motorcycle Licence

You can get your full (category A) motorcycle licence using the direct access scheme (DAS) if you’re aged 24 or over. You’ll have to pass the motorcycle practical tests on a machine of at least 40 kW (53.6 bhp).
Taking direct access means you’ll have a full motorcycle licence without previously holding a licence for a smaller bike for two years – you’ll have no restriction on the size of machine you can ride.
The A2 Motorbike licence is designed for people between 19 - 23 years old. The A2 licence follows the same structure as the DAS course with the test taken on a restricted bike, on reaching age 24 or after 2 years have passed, an A2 licence holder may upgrade to an unlimited licence by taking both practical tests on a full power bike.

Unlimited DAS / A2 Motorcycle Licence

Expand your DAS training with any additional training or tests as required.



Enhanced Rider Scheme / Advanced

Taking extra training after you’ve passed your test will help you get the most out of riding – whether you’ve passed recently, been riding for years, upgraded to a bigger motorbike or returned to riding after a break.
The enhanced rider scheme is a training course aimed at all motorbike riders. It checks and improves your riding skills and confidence on the road. As well as making riding more enjoyable and safer, completing the scheme can give you discounts on your motorbike insurance.