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About A-Z Rider Training

Find out more about A-Z Rider Training; our instructors, teaching methods and principles.

Compulsory Basic Training

Find out about our Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) and why we believe it is the best solution for you.

Full Licence
Full Licence Training

Find out about our full licence training and why we think we are the best instructors to see you through.

Our Prices
Our Prices

We offer the most competitively priced courses in Kent. Discover our prices for CBT and full licence motorcycle training.

Why we offer best value
Why We Offer Best Value

We offer great value for money including the free loan of a motorcycle to practice prior to your test. Find out more.

A-Z Rider Training Testimonials

Discover what our clients have to say about our motor cycle training and which sets us apart from the competition.

Contact A-Z Rider Training

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FAQs About A-Z Rider Training

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The Way We Work

A-Z Rider Training aim to make your CBT course a fun day as well as a practical day. We supply fully insured mopeds/bikes so you don’t need to pay an additional crash damage waiver. We can offer free loan of a safety helmet, waterproofs and gloves. You’re welcome to use your own bike provided it taxed, insured, MOT’d, has mirrors, is roadworthy and displays L-plates. We will need to see both parts of your provisional licence.

  • Fully qualified instructors
  • Free bike
  • Free insurance
  • Free safety helmet
  • Free gloves
  • Free waterproofs



A-Z Rider Training is conducted at our……..

  • Fully qualifed instructors
  • Ample car parking


If you wish to contact us we are available by phone between 7am – 9pm, 7 days a week or at the e-mail address below at anytime:

07767 822772 (Steve at anytime)

01634 926265 (Medway)

01622 260068 (Maidstone)

01795 570074 (Swale)

01474 730056 (Gravesend)

success@atozridertraining.co.uk

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A-Z Rider Training – Guide To Motorcycle Licence Categories

Once you have successfully completed CBT (Compulsory Basic Training), you can ride a moped (up to 50cc & less than 4kW) unaccompanied on the road with L Plates. You can do so for 2 years before you will need to retake your CBT. If you wish to obtain an ‘AM’ Moped Licence, you must undergo training and take the relevant theory and motorcycle test on a moped (up to 50cc). You can then ride without L Plates and carry a pillion passenger.

Once you have successfully completed CBT (Compulsory Basic Training), you can ride a motorbike up to 125cc (& less than 11kW) with L Plates. You can do so for 2 years before you will need to retake your CBT. If you wish to obtain an ‘A1′ Light Motorcycle Licence, you must undergo training and take the relevant theory and motorcycle test on a 120cc to 125cc machine (& less than 11kW). You can then ride without L Plates and carry a pillion passenger.

If you wish to obtain an ‘A2′ Medium Motorcycle Licence, you must have a valid CBT certificate you must undergo training and take the relevant theory and motorcycle test on a motorcycle greater than 395cc (and between 25 – 35 kW). After which you can ride any motorbike but it must be restricted to 35 kW.

If you wish to obtain a Category ‘A’ Full Unlimited Motorcycle Licence, which entitles you to ride an unlimited size motorcycle of unlimited power output, you must have held an ‘A1’ Full Licence for a minimum of 2 years and retake your module 1 and module 2 tests on a motorcycle of at least 595cc and 40kw or more (you DO NOT need to have a valid CBT certificate or theory test certificate) If successful you can immediately ride any motorcycle with no restriction on size and power.

If you wish to obtain a CategoryA’ Full Unlimited Motorcycle Licence, allowing you immediate access to any motorcycle with no limit on size or power output, you must have a valid CBT and theory test certificate, undergo training, and take the motorcycle test on a motorcycle of at least 595cc and 40kw or more. If successful you can ride any motorcycle available. (We like the big powerful ones best!)

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