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Motorcycle Training in Norfolk

We have 30 Years’ experience, training pupils on the safest facility in Norfolk.

At Anglia Training Services, Motorcycle training in Swaffham, Norfolk, we have a passion for motorcycling and an even stronger passion to deliver training safely. Whereas most Motorcycle Training Schools in Norfolk are based in car parks or industrial spaces, schools and playing areas, Anglia Training Services, is different 

We are located at a permanent site in the centre of Norfolk, at North Pickenham, near Swaffham, with a large 625 metre circuit, boasting corners, straights and safe grass sidings (handy for those still a little sketchy on the controls). Unlike other Motorcycle Training Schools, you will have plenty of space from other riders and the opportunity to get the bike up to speed as and when you are ready. If you read through our testimonials, several pupils comment on the site as well as the instruction. We are proud of both. 

So, if you are looking to do your Compulsory Basic Training, CBT, Full Motorcycle Licence, A1 Licence, A2 Licence, A Licence, Direct Access, Mod 1 Test, Mod 2 Test, Motorcycle Lessons, Refresher Course or Enhanced Rider Scheme. Please have a look through the site and then go to the contact page to get in touch to discuss what you need.

 

The Coronavirus is impacting on us all at present, and at Anglia Training Services I have a duty of care to protect my pupils and myself. The Government are continually updating their advice, and information can be viewed at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ On the 21st of March, the DVSA informed training schools that they are suspending all motorcycle and car tests for up to 3 months. As a result, some courses have been put on hold and after the more recent announcement, all non-essential training will have to go on hold until it is deemed safe to continue. .

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Since lock down I decided to continue with CBT’s, but only for Key Workers, or people whose CBT was about to expire, and essential for their daily use. In line with the government I am gradually relaxing things so I will now take CBT bookings from people who need or want to use two wheels to get to work, or if your CBT is about to or has expired. At present I am not offering this purely for leisure, but I want to do in the future, so please contact me if you would like to be included in a waiting list for priority.  The special terms below will apply to all CBT’s and are in addition to my normal terms and conditions that can be viewed on this site. 

Key workers will still be offered priority but will need to provide proof, either with a letter from their employer that they are a Key worker, or if they work in the care sector they should have an i.d.card. I will require all pupils to send a photo of their licences and i.d. cards where relevant, and a photo of the old CBT if it is about to expire. They can be sent by text or email but will need to be sent at the point of booking. Pupils will still need to bring their licence with them, but I won’t need to handle it.

You will need to provide your own gear, i.e. helmet, strong jacket, jeans or strong trousers (not jogging pants) gloves and boots that protect your ankles. Work boots or walking boots, lady’s leather boots are all acceptable but not trainers. You don’t just, need to protect yourself, from the virus. If you turn up in flimsy trousers and trainers, I will not do your CBT and you will lose the course fee. Any concerns give me a call. 07917863831

The cost of the CBT course for a first time CBT is £120 and a re-take CBT £110. I require the full amount paid in full at the point of booking and I will only take BACS payments. I am not accepting cash. The CBT will be on my bike if it is a first time CBT but can be on your bike if it is a re-take. Your bike will need to be taxed, insured, MOT’d, displaying 2 L plates, be in good mechanical order and clean.

 If you have booked a course and you develop symptoms or if you are self-isolating either as an individual or in a family group, you will not be able to attend the course. If that does happen you must notify me as soon as possible to rearrange your course.

You will not lose any payments paid in advance to secure your course if this does happen and likewise if I have to self-isolate or if I am instructed by the government that for a period, I can’t train, we will have to rearrange your course, but you will not lose any payments paid in advance. If, however you turn up for a course, and you are displaying symptoms of the virus, you will be asked to leave, and you will not be entitled to any refund.

If you think you have already had the virus, self-isolated and recovered. Please advise me how long it is since you started with the symptoms, so I can decide whether I think you are ready to do the CBT or not.

If you agree and can comply with the conditions above, and would like to book, please contact us for booking details.

 

Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

CBT is where most pupils start, from a  complete novice CBT to an experienced rider wanting to do their A1, A2 or Direct Access.

Full Motorcycle Licence

We specialise in intensive courses, A1 licence from 17, A2 licence from 19, A licence or Direct Access from 24

Motorcycle Lessons

Taster Lessons or Hourly Motorcycle Lessons, Back to Biking, Refresher Course, Advanced or Enhanced Rider Scheme.

I have a passion for motorcycles and can’t imagine life without them and I love to share my experience with pupils to prepare them for a lifetime of motorcycling enjoyment.  

The track is ideal, not just for CBT training; throughout Full Motorcycle Licence, A1, A2 and A Licence Direct Access courses, we always introduce pupils to the bigger bikes on the track before going on the road to train for the Mod 2 test. 

It is excellent for Mod 1 Test training (especially the swerve manoeuvre) and our best run on Mod 1 Tests to date is 55 first time passes on the trot, which we’ve done twice. I think that speaks for itself. 

Quite simply there’s no safer place in Norfolk to train. When I took over the business, if it had been in a car park; I wouldn’t have taken it on.  

Anglia Training Services really is the safe “road to your licence”

Andy

Head Instructor

The track looking good, and great fun for go karts as well.

http://www.anglia-karting.co.uk

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Never has safety been more important during motorcycling training. We have the safest facility in Norfolk with the track, and you will be safe in the classroom as well. 2 pupils maximum at present, 2 metres apart. “Ride a Motorcycle, Keep Alert,, Save Lives” 🏍🏍💨 ... See MoreSee Less

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I am starting to do a few more CBT's now and following Chris round the track doing some junction work just illustrates how good the track is to practice. Sorry about the sound quality but well done Chris, we followed the track work with a really good road ride. Enjoy your orange scooter. 👍😀 ... See MoreSee Less

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As usual a completely fuddled message from Boris, so interpret it as you wish. However, for many people Motorcycling is for leisure, and this government does not recognise motorcycling as a safer means of travelling to work than public transport because all they can suggest is driving by car or riding a push bike (twats)

Evidently from Wednesday, people can spend time outdoors for "leisure purposes" - as long as they are two metres away from people not in their households. This includes:
Unlimited exercise
Sitting in your local park
Driving to other destinations

So my interpretation would be you can ride for leisure, to other destinations and go for a walk. If you do, please do it safely, don’t meet up in a group and enjoy your motorcycle. Just don’t give anyone the opportunity to criticise you and if they do be polite in your response. They’ll hate it😀🏍🏍🏍👍
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