Welcome to CBT, the Motorcycle Training Specialist in Barnstaple, Bideford,Taunton,Tiverton and Exeter
CBT biker centres is run by Rob Reed and offers various Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), Motorcycle classes, courses and advanced motorcycle training to people all over Devon and Somerset. Rob has been training since 1998 on motorcycles and 2003 in cars and cycles. If you live in Barnstaple, Bideford, Taunton, Tiverton and Exeter feel free to give me a call and book a test.
Rob Reed's Aim is to give you the best compulsory basic training, direct access and advanced motorcycle training in the south west taunton,tiverton,exeter and make it an enjoyable experience for you, teaching you to ride for the comfort and saftey for you and your pillion passenger.
Rob is training cbt and direct access out of many centres at the moment, these are Barnstaple, Bideford, Braunton,Southmolton,Tiverton, Exeter, Honiton, Chard, Taunton and Bridgewater area. The motorcycle test may Alternate from Taunton to Exeter and vice versa depending on availability.This is due to a shortage of motorcycle test examiners.
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Motorcycle rider 'Training made easy'. Friendly and professional motorcyle training across Devon and Somerset. Competitive Prices, Motorbike and Equipment supplied.
Please feel free to talk to me for cbt (compulsory basic training) and das(direct access) dates which are not online, you can pay online or on the day, Best regards rob reed.
It's best to do 1 days training to a see where your skills are,after the day you can book an intensive training course. please feel free to Ring Rob on 0757 260 7889 .
" Price match in your area within reason","Pay too cheap pay twice".
Take your motorcycle test this year with Rob Reed Motorcycle training.Thanking all my customers in the past and present over the 15 years for there support. First time pass time 97%
You can book theory on this link. https://www.directbooking.org.uk/dsatheorytest
New law for motorcycles Categories for 2013
This is now confirmed! There are some significant changes occurring to do with age and BHPallowance being introduced!
The changes are as follows:
(Category A1) From the age of 17 to 19 all you will be able to ride after passing the test on a 125cc will be a maximum of a 125cc!! Once this is passed you will be able to ride on Motorway's and carry Pillions in accordance with any test pass (This is not CBT, but a full test taken on a 125cc).
(Category A2) From the age of 19 to 24 you will be able to take your test on a bike that is a minimum of 395cc which has a BHP of 33 - 46.6. On completion of this you will be able to ride a bike which, in its standard form, does not exceed 93.5 BHP and as long as it is restricted between 33 and 46.6 BHP. One major difference in this is that there will no longer be a 2 year probation period and your licence will NOT be automatically upgraded! You will have to take the mod1 and 2 bike Tests again on the bigger bike once you are 24 or have held this A2 Category for at least 2 years. No theory or cbt needs to be done just the practical test.
No need to panic you pass A2 motorcycle test its still a full licence,and to be fare you can ride most 600cc motorcycles up to 93 brake horse power then put a restrictor in at 46 bhp.