Greens Motorcycle Training
We can offer a full training service from a CBT through to Direct Access.
Compulsory basic training (CBT) was introduced in 1990 to help reduce the very high accident rate among inexperienced motorcyclists. CBT must be completed before a learner moped or motorcycle rider is allowed to ride on the road with L-plates or D-plates in Wales.
When to complete a CBT
You will need to complete a CBT if:
- you want to ride a moped (a moped has an engine not over 50 cc with maximum design speed not exceeding 50 kilometres per hour which is approximately 31 miles per hour)
- you want to ride a motorcycle
What does CBT involve?
The CBT course involves five elements:
- A. introduction
- B. practical on-site training
- C. practical on-site riding
- D. practical on-road training
- E. practical on-road riding
What happens next?
When all five elements have been satisfactorily completed, a certificate of completion, called the DL196, is issued. This is a legal document which validates the relevant entitlements on your driving licence.
It is important that the holder of a DL196 considers the following points: