Leicestershire Motorcycle Training Partnership welcomes you to the home of CBT, A1, A2, DAS (Direct Access) and Advanced Riding training and test courses in Leicestershire
COVID-19 UPDATE 23TH FEBRUARY 2021
LATEST NEWS FROM THE GOVERNMENT IS THAT THEORY AND PRACTICAL TEST CENTRES AND OUR TRAINING FACILITIES WILL REMAIN SHUT UNTIL AT LEAST 12TH APRIL. THERE WILL BE CLARIFICATION OF THE LOCKDOWN EASING A WEEK PRIOR TO 12TH.
UNDER GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES WE CANNOT RENEW A CBT THAT IS EXPIRED OR ABOUT TO EXPIRE AND THERE WILL BE NO EXTENTION TO THE EXPIRY DATE. THIS MEANS A RIDER WILL NO LONGER BE LEGAL IF THEY RIDE ON PUBLIC ROADS AFTER THE EXPIRY DATE ON THEIR CERTIFICATE. WE UNDERSTAND THIS IS NOT ACCEPTABLE BUT ALL COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE GOVERNMENT FROM SEVERAL NATIONAL SOURCES HAVE FELL ON DEAF EARS.
IF YOU WISH TO VOICE YOUR DISAGREEMENT THERE IS A PETITION THAT CAN BE SIGNED HERE
ANYONE WITH A CBT OR TEST COURSE BOOKED WILL BE UPDATED WITH INFORMATION AS WE GET IT.
ANYONE WISHING TO BOOK A CBT OR TEST COURSE PLEASE FILL IN A BOOKING FORM SO WE CAN ALSO UPDATE YOU WITH POTENTIAL COURSE AVAILABILITY.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL RIDERS ATTENDING PRACTICAL COURSES WILL NEED TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN HELMET, BIKE JACKET, BIKE GLOVES AND A FACE COVERING. A minimum of jeans or heavy cotton work trousers and ankle boots will also be required. If you arrive for your course wearing tracksuit bottoms or trainers you will be sent home and your payment will not be refunded.
Check out our 2021 Spring offers
CBT from £95
4 DAY TEST COURSE only £600
Courses fully inclusive of bike hire, insurance and fuel.
Test course also includes test fees.
Unfortunately we cannot lend helmets and protective clothing at this present time due to Covid-19 guidelines
If you are 17 – 23 years old these affect the test you can take
Some of the reasons to complete training with Leicestershire Motorcycle Training
- Experienced, patient and friendly DVSA approved instructors
- Easy access by car, bus, and rail
- Training seven days a week
- Large off road training area