If you want to ride a motorcycle in Milton Keynes, you need to start with a CBT, which is a training day to qualify your provisional license.
5 things you MUST do before taking your CBT (especially if you don’t drive)
Send off for your provisional license
Study the highway code/do a theory test
Make sure you have jeans and boots for the training day
Make sure you know where you are going for training so you will be on time
If you have any questions about learning to ride a motorcycle in Milton Keynes, please do not hesitate to call our friendly team for advise. Refer to the chart below to get a full understanding of the age and machine size limitations.
After the CBT training day, once you have reached the required standard, you will be looking at continuing on the journey of learning how to ride a motorcycle in Milton Keynes!
Direct Access Scheme courses will provide you with all the training you will need to complete the DVSA practical driving tests:
5things you should know about the practical motorcycle test
There are 2 practical tests!
You can take it on a 125cc for a full A1 licence, 47 BHP bike for an A2, or 650cc full power bike for the full CAT A
All age groups can take a full bike test, there is one for everyone!
You won’t be taken to test until you are 100% ready to pass
You will need your CBT certificate, theory test certificate and driving licence on the day of your mod 1 and the same for mod 2, plus MOD1 pass certificate.