Aftercare & Services
The CBT Course is a programme of instruction, safe practice and assessment for new riders wanting to ride a scooter or geared motorcycle. It is the first step to two wheels and must, by law, be taken by any new rider before they ride on the road using ‘L’ plates.
You have to be at least 16 years old to ride a 49 cc machine and 17 years old to ride a 125 cc scooter/motorcycle. Don’t worry if you have never ridden before, the CBT course is aimed at complete novices with no experience at all.
We will take you through all elements of the course at your own pace; there is no time limit and no test at the end of the course! Usually a CBT course will take a full day; however the pace is set by the ability of the student so it could take less time, on the other hand it could take more – the focus on the course is to get you on the road safely, confidently and knowledgably.
You will need your photo card driving licence/provisional licence AND a printout or screenshot of your driver record. Wear suitable clothing (we can provide helmets, jackets, gloves and waterproofs), bring a packed lunch and you will need a basic understanding of the Highway Code and road signs.
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The Practical Motorcycle Test is split into two separate Modules -the off-road Module 1 and the on-road Module 2. To get a Full Motorcycle Licence you need to pass both Modules.
You can book both Modules at the same time, however, you must pass Module 1 before you take Module 2. If you don’t pass Module 1, you must wait three full working days before you can retake it.
When you go for your practical test you must take:
Your Instructor will take care of this for you and ensure you have everything in place.
To ensure you wear the right clothing for both module 1 and module 2 of your motorcycle practical test visit https://www.gov.uk/government/news/dsa-reminds-motorcycle-test-candidates-to-wear-suitable-clothing.
Always wear the right clothing during your training and when taking your tests and after you pass your test. RJH can provide FREE for use helmets, gloves and jackets only. RJH have a selection of essential motorcycle equipment for purchasing. If you arrive for your test and are not wearing the right clothing your test might not take place and you might lose your test fee.
Module 1 is the off-road Module. It generally takes around 15 minutes to complete. What happens during module 1?
At the end of Module 1, the Examiner will give you the result and feedback. If you pass, you’ll get your module 1 pass certificate.
Module two is the on-road module and typically takes around 40 minutes. Module 2 includes:
At the end of Module 2, the Examiner will give you the result and feedback. If you pass, the examiner will explain to you how to change your provisional licence into a full licence.
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No matter what type of biker you are, or what type of bike you ride, or how long you have been riding for, if you have a passion to be a safer rider, a smoother rider and a more confident rider, then the RJH Advanced Riding Course will help you raise your riding to an even higher level.
Our Advanced Riding Course introduces and applies the System of Motorcycle Control as used by the UK Police and Advanced Riding Organisations. RJH Advanced Riding covers:
Includes 2 half day’s OR 1 full day riding with a RJH Fully Qualified Advanced Instructor, putting the theory into practice.
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If this is the case then RJH Back to Biking – “Rusty Rider” course is for you! Rusty Rider is individually tailored to you and we will pitch the level of the lesson on your ability and objectives.
The pay as you go options rate exclude practical test fees – currently £90.50 for both modules – and test day bike hire.