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DETAILED LESSONS FROM EXPERT INSTRUCTORS
If you want expert motorcycle training that you’ll be able to count on for years to come, North London Motorcycle Training will be able to help you. We have a complete range of courses that provide everything needed for beginners, budding instructors and everyone in-between.
CBT, CLUTCH CONVERSION COURSES & A1 CAT
A legal requirement for all provisional motorcycle license holders, your CBT will ensure that you fully understand the basics of motorcycle riding. CBTs follow a Driving Standards Agency course where you will be taught by approved instructors. The course is specifically laid out to take you from being a complete novice to a competent learner motorcyclist in the space of one day.
DIRECT ACCESS SCHEME (CAT A2)
So you think it’s time to move on from your 125cc. Not interested in geared bikes, then a full A2 licence could be the way forward. With a full category A2 auto licence your scooter range will open up dramatically allowing you to ride any scooters with a power output no greater than 35 KW (46.6 BHP) which typically means a 500cc engine.
DIRECT ACCESS SCHEME (CAT A & CAT A2)
Training of the DAS Course allows you to take the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) motorcycle test. You must have a valid Motorcycle Theory Test certificate and a valid CBT certificate prior to joining this two part module course, The purpose of these modules is to demonstrate that you can handle a bike safely and competently on the open road.
ADVANCE RIDING & BACK 2 BIKES
The enjoyment gained from riding a motorcycle skilfully and safely is second to none. However, it takes confidence, excellent riding skills, physical co-ordination and balance.
Keeping your skills up to date and checking that you have not become overconfident, complacent or picked up some bad or dangerous habits is something that few of us do.
I wish best of luck to all the new leaner and you are at the right place”
Alex and Eva.”