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One to One Training


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Petrol Ponies

(trading style of Willem Louw MCI)

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There are 5 elements to a CBT.  You will need to complete all 5 elements in succession.

It will start with Element A

Element A (Introduction to CBT, Safety Gear) 

One to One Element B and C (Bike controls and practical on-site riding)

Element D (Practical on-road training) 

One to One Element E (Practical on-road riding)


Why do your CBT Training?

It's a life changer! Riding a motorcycle is fun, exciting and a real-life skill. You will need at least to hold a UK provisional licence. With a CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) you will be able to ride a small motorcycle (up to 125cc) with L plates for two years. 

Why learning to ride a motorcycle and doing you CBT makes financial sense?

Learning to ride a motorcycling makes great financial sense. How does great mpg sound? Easy to park. Easy to get through traffic.

What if you are really safe from the word go?

Why aren't more people riding in the UK?  Safety? What if you could be taught how to ride motorcycle properly and safely from the beginning?  You will receive the necessary skills and it's not done in a rush. You are not just a number to us. You are not just number in a group. You could be one more well-trained motorcyclist on the road. One more free soul, enjoying the fun of the open road. 

Is CBT Training a Test?

CBT training (Compulsory Basic Training) is not a bike test, but it is a process of learning to ride a motorcycle and a continuous assessment of safety and skill. You must complete CBT training before they can ride a small motorcycle on the public road or do Direct Access Motorcycle Training.

Why CBT training with Petrol Ponies is in beneficial?

We will help you attain the following motorbike skills in a safe and calm environment:

Motorcycle theory

Road safely skills.

Correct attitudes towards motorcycling 

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