Learn How to Ride a Motorcycle in Wales
If you want to have a life filled with riding circles around Wales, then learn how to ride a motorcycle by taking the CBT course offered by motorcycle riding schools in UK. They offer motorcycle safety training courses to both novice and experienced riders.
Listed below are the motorcycle riding schools in Wales:
‘A’ Class Motorcycle Training
This motorcycle riding school is a family run business established back in 2005 with the aim of putting safe and competent motorcyclists on the road. They are committed in making every rider’s motorcycle training as enjoyable, safe and informative as possible. They offer CBT and DAS courses on Llandygai Industrial Estate, Bangor, and North Wales. To register for a course, please call 0800-111-4551 or send an email to [email protected].
CAM Rider Training
According to their official website, CAM Rider Training is a well established site opened in May 2010 and has the largest training areas in the UK plus has the most impressive facilities and equipment to enable new riders to get trained safely. They provide motorcycle training in Wirral and North Wales and offer CBT, Full test, Direct Access courses as well as all aspects of moped and motorcike training. To register for a course, please call 0845-8383-766, 01223-836-462 or send an email to [email protected].
Motorcycle Training Wales (http://www.motorcycletrainingwales.co.uk/)
This motorcycle riding school in Wales is an established training school based centrally in Pontypridd and can provide you with all levels of training from mopeds to advanced motor cycling. They are a training organization that has been approved by the Driving Standards Agency to deliver training to a national standard. For more information, please call 0845-644-6021 or send an email to [email protected].
ProBike Motorcycle Training
ProBike was established in 2002 and is the home of motorcycle and scooter training in Chester, North Wales and Wirral. They rapidly have become the area’s largest and most successful motorcycle-training organization since 2002. They offer CBT at their extensive off-road training site in Queensferry, Deeside. They also offer Intermediate, Direct Access, Refresher and Advanced courses. For more information, please call 01244-822-151 or send an email to [email protected].
United Motorcycle Training
United Motorcycle Training (UMT) is a professional motorcycle riding school with established CBT training sites in Newport and the Cadriff region. They had been providing motorcycle instruction for over 10 years and are the longest trading bike school in Newport, Gwent. They offer CBT and DAS courses taught by trained and qualified instructors that follow the standards laid down by the Driving Standards Agency. For more information, please call 0845-3707-732 or send an email to [email protected].
1st Class Rider Training
This motorcycle riding school is run by a former Police Motorcyclist with years of experience in motorcycle training. 1st Class Rider Training is authorized by the Driving Standards Agency to offer CBT, Direct Access Scheme and Advanced rider courses. To register for a course, please call 0845-467-0165 or send an email to [email protected].
Other Rider Training
ABC Motorcycle Training (Abergele, Conwy) – 01745-852259 / training[email protected]
Anglesey Motorcycle Training (Anglesey, Gwynedd) – 01407-840-700 / [email protected]
Beacons View Motorcycle Training (Mid Glamorgan) – 01685-384664
Bob Wilding Rider Training (Mid Glamorgan) – 01685-385201
Capitol Motorcycle School (Cardiff, South Glamorgan) – 02920-641180
Celtic Rider Training (Cardiff, South Glamorgan) – 029-2033-7539
Flintshire Bike School (Clwyd/Denbighshire) – 01352-731030
Kickstart Bike Training (Anglesey, Gwynedd) – 01407-810-950 / [email protected]
Phil Newell Bike School (Aberlege, Conwy) – 01745-832880 / [email protected]
Red Kite Motorcycle Training (Llandrindod, Wells) – 07946640-709
Yellow Bike Training (Ammanford, Dyfed) – 01269-826779.
These are some of the motorcycle riding schools and training centers in Wales.
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