Benson Motorcycle Training (7 Days a week)

Whether you require just a CBT or want to ride a larger bike, we will deal with your theory test (not required before the CBT), the hire of the bike, free loan of helmet, gloves and clothing and the booking of your test.

Our Suzuki Approved training centre in Braintree, Essex is fully equipped for all your motorcycle training needs.

More than 400 people completed their CBT with Benson motorcycle training in 2017, and more than 100 people passed their full motorcycle licence ( A2 & DAS ). We have a test pass rate better than 85%.

 

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

By law, all learner moped and motorcycle and riders must complete
compulsory basic training (CBT) before riding on public roads.

CBT One Day Course: From £79.00
(This is all you pay: no fuel costs; no clothing purchase; no contract where you pay for damage to bikes etc)

33 – 47 BHP (A2 Courses)

Our A2 Courses will enable you to confidently ride bikes restricted to 33-47 BHP once you have passed your test.

Direct Access Scheme (DAS)

Under the DAS, passing your motorcycle test on a motorbike of 600cc or more, enables you to ride any motorbike you choose. We can help you choose, hire and train you with the right bike for the Direct Access Scheme. You must be 24+ to take advantage or hold an A2 licence for a minimum of 2 years, when you can take DAS at 21.

The DAS test consists of 2 parts,

Module one involves: Manual Handling of the machine, riding a slalom, figure of eight, hazard avoidance at 32mph and controlled stop. U-turn, slow control and emergency stop from 32mph. All of this is carried out off the road and the test centre.

Module two involves: The final ‘polish’ to your riding for the part two test which is on on-road, no manoeuvres as these have been done in part one, only moving off at an angle and hill start.

If you already have some motorcycling experience or have your own bike, you may qualify for discounts on our motorcycle training course prices.

Please use the form on our Contact page or Call free on 0800 019 0800