Question: Do I need my own motorbike for CBT?

Can I ride a 125 without CBT?

Yes, if you have a full car licence you can ride a 125cc scooter or motorbike. However, you must take and pass your compulsory basic training (CBT) before riding on the road.

What documents do I need to take my CBT?

What do I need to book my CBT training:

  • Have a provisional driving licence. If you don’t have this, you can apply for one here.
  • Be 16 years or older.
  • Be able to read a number plate from 20 meters away. …
  • Don’t already have a full motorcycle licence. …
  • Don’t have a car driving licence which was valid before 1 February 2001.

Do I need a CBT if I have a full car Licence?

You do not need to take a CBT course or take the full moped test. You must take CBT if you want to ride anything larger than a 50cc moped.

Can I drive a 125cc on a provisional Licence?

Get started with a provisional licence

In order to learn to ride you’ll need to complete Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) when you receive your provisional licence. With provisional motorbike licence entitlement you can: … Ride a motorcycle up to 125cc if you’re aged 17+. Again, you’ll need CBT, L plates and insurance.

Can I ride my motorbike to my CBT?

You cannot ride your own moped or motorcycle to the course unless you already have a CBT certificate – for example, if you’re taking CBT again before your current certificate expires.

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How much does CBT cost UK?

How much does the CBT certificate cost? A CBT (compulsory basic training) test can cost between £130 to £170, but the price can vary between instructors. The certificate is valid for two years.

Can I ride a 600cc on a CBT?

No. You may ride them on a full licence restricted to 33hp. On a provisional you may ride a 125 with no more than 15hp.

Can you insure a bike without a CBT?

Can you insure a bike without a CBT? Yes, even if you haven’t completed your CBT, you will still need to have bike insurance. … Whatever type of bike you ride, you must ensure that it is insured when riding on the road.