Learn How to Ride a motorbike in Scotland
In Scotland, here are the different motorbike riding schools that offer motorbike safety courses to both novice and veteran riders:
2112 motorbike Training (http://www.2112biketraining.co.uk/)
This motorbike driving school focus on individual rather than group training and uses modern teaching methods and equipment on all courses they offer. Their main training facility is located on Whitestripes Road where on-road training is given. They offer the Compulsory Basic Training course, Direct Access Scheme, Night Rider Training, DIA Advanced Rider Training and Enhanced Rider Scheme. To register for a course, please call 01224-774704, 07727-019-559 or send an email to email@example.com.
Bike Rite (http://www.bikeriteuk.com/)
This motorbike training center established a High-Caliber motorbike rider training center in Rutherglen. This facility includes an indoor training and test area for motorcyclists. They offer CBT training courses, off-road and on-road training as well as Direct Access training courses. For more information, please call 0141-647-2208 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CMS Highland (http://www.cms-highland.co.uk/)
This motorbike riding school is the North’s leading training school and was approved by the Driving Standards Agency. Aside from that, they are currently Highlands only approved Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) provider. They also offer courses on CBT and Direct Access plus tailored courses for test preparation. For more information, please call 01463-714188 or send an email to email@example.com.
Dundee Motorbike Training (http://www.d-m-t.co.uk/)
Dundee Motorbike Training offers a full range of courses that will cater to both beginner and more experienced riders. They can also tailor a course that will suit your individual requirements from the CBT course to Direct Access course. For more information, please call 01382-526070, 07758-652197 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harley’s Rider Training (http://www.harleysridertraining.com/)
According to their official website, Harley’s Rider Training have been helping to build better bikers since 1997. They offer CBT (Compulsory basic training) to Direct Access, A2 restricted and advanced rider training. All courses are taught by first-class instructors trained to the Institute of Advanced Motorists Standards and by the Driving Standards Agency. To register for a course, please call 01355-264-801, 07889-005-588 or send an email to email@example.com.
KDM Training (http://www.kdmtraining.com/page1.htm)
This motorbike training center offers motorbike training courses such as CBT, Post CBT and Direct Access for seven days a week. Direct Access course is only available on their Elgin, Nairn and Inverness sites. All courses offered are taught by experienced and licensed instructors. To register for a course, please call 0750-6688-205 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aberdeen Bike School (Aberdeen) – 01224-707163/ 07812-0480591
Coldstream Bike Training (Berwickshire) – 07766-585058
Complete Bike Training (Selkirkshire) – 07730-074-006
CMS Scotland (Aberdeenshire) – 01224-624777/ 077-747-6160
Dumfries Rider Training (Dumfries & Galoway) – 01387-254004
Kingdom motorbike Training (Glenrothes) – 01592-561331
Right Rider Motorcycle Training (Dumfries) – 01387263664/07816870025
Scotriders motorbike Rider Training (Dundee Tayside) – 01382-832829
These are some of the motorbike riding schools and training centers in Scotland.
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