County Biker Training: for CBT Compulsory Basic Training, DAS Direct
Access Training & Motorbike Tests in Derbyshire.

Free Assessments:
Not sure which Motorcycle Training Course you need? Then why not give us a call.
You can even come down to see us and find out which Motorcycle Training Course
suits you best.

  • Please phone first for bookings and availability
  • CBT Compulsory Basic Training needed for assessments

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Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) Course £150

CBT is a Basic Motorcycle Training Course which on completion allows you to ride
unaccompanied on the road. You do not have to Pass a Motorbike Theory Test to Obtain your
Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) Certificate.

What does the Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) involve?
Your training will be comprised of 5 units of Study and will include:

  • Importance of Correct Clothing
  • Familiarisation of the Bike Controls
  • Ability to get the Bike On and Off the Stand Safely
  • Practial Rideing, Moveing Off, Stopping, Gear Changes, Slow Control Etc
  • Road Ride ( min 2 hours ).

Payment Options

Direct Access Scheme (DAS) please phone for prices.

If you are 24 or over you can take your Motorcycle Training and Motorbike Test on a larger Motorcyle (600cc). Once you have passed your (DAS) Motorbike Direct Access Test you
can then ride any motorcycle you like without Motorbike Licence Restrictions.

The advantages of Direct Access Training (DAS):
You learn on a larger more powerfull machine, similar to the ones that most people buy after
passing thier test. (DAS) Direct Access Training allows a much wider choice of motorcycle after
you have passed your test. Eg. Tourers, Cruisers and Race Replicas.

Remember there is no substitute for experience. If you are not sure which course is right for you to opt for, why not give us a call and we will make sure we get the right Motorcycle Training Course for you.


  • Courses

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  • The Law

    Want to know what you can ride and at what age? have a look at our guide read more.