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Fantastic training for my CBT test. Andy is an extremely knowledgeable and patient instructor, but at the same time, will push you when needed. Despite having never sat on a bike before and not knowing what to expect, Andy’s calm and friendly demeanour quickly put me at ease. If I decide to further my riding capabilities and go for Direct Access, I certainly will not hesitate in contacting Anglia Training Services. Thank you, Andy!

If you have done a CBT test before or already understand about the course just go straight to Contact Page to book and fill in the form so that we can offer you the best course to suit you.

If you haven’t done a CBT test before and need to understand the rules, please read through the CBT INFORMATION which tells you all you need to know about the course.

To decide which is the best course for you and find out what to expect on the day read either,

CBT NOVICE MANUAL if you have never ridden before and want to ride a manual bike you need time and space to gain your confidence. This special CBT day for novices is normally for manual bikes but if you are feeling particularly nervous about starting on an automatic bike, this could be the course for you.


CBT EXPERIENCED MANUAL, OR AUTOMATIC MOPED, NOVICE OR EXPERIENCED For pupils who have ridden a manual bike and are confident using clutch and gears. Or on an automatic Twist and Go) either as a novice, or already have experience.






If Carlsberg did motorbike instructors, it would be Andy Peck from Anglia Training Services! We passed the mod 1 and mod 2 within 6 days of excellent instruction from Andy. He’s patient, extremely thorough and a genuinely nice guy. His training location at a go kart track is extremely beneficial and a great learning environment. Highly recommended for anyone at any level. Thank you so much Andy, we’re still smiling!

If you already know what you want and understand the rules about A1, A2 and Direct Access, just go straight to the Contact Us page and fill in the form so that we can offer you the best course to suit you.

If you are unsure of the rules go to FULL BIKE TEST INFORMATION which tells you everything you need to know about taking your full test and which is the right category for you. Unless you know the rules it’s better to read this first.

To help understand how the courses work from Novices to Experienced riders just click on either of the links below for the right category for your age for more detail

FULL MOTORCYCLE A1 LICENCE for riders from the age of 17 and taken on a 125.

FULL MOTORCYCLE A2 LICENCE for riders from the age of 19 and taken on a 400.

FULL MOTORCYCLE A2 to A LICENCE/PROGRESSIVE for riders who have held an A2 licence for 2 years and taking the progressive route to the full A licence and taken on a 600.

FULL MOTORCYCLE A LICENCE/DIRECT ACCESS for riders from the age of 24 and taken on a 600



We offer Motorcycle lessons for all abilities, so whether you would like a Taster Lesson, to give it a try. Some Hourly Motorcycle lessons, to improve your riding. A Refresher Course if you have had a break from riding and want to get back into it. Or the Enhanced Rider Scheme to reach a more Advanced level. Everything is on this page.


If you are considering getting into motorcycling but can’t really make your mind up or feel especially nervous about doing a CBT, it would be worth booking a Taster Lesson.

This is especially useful if you want to do the CBT test on a manual bike and have never ridden one before. Even more useful if you don’t have a car licence, so you have no road experience. We want, you to enjoy your CBT test and this is a good way of preparing for it.

Taster Lessons would last for one to two hours, agreed in advance and would give you a chance to give it a try if you are unsure.


If you can’t manage to book a full course you can book hourly Motorcycle lessons, but it is normally at least a two-hour lesson to make it worthwhile.

This could suit someone who has done a CBT test as a Novice and passed but now struggling with parts of their riding. Rather than let it put you off riding your bike, coming along for a lesson can often put those little things right and lift your confidence again.

Booking a two-hour lesson on a 400 is a good idea if you want to move onto a bigger bike than a 125 but want to get the feel of a bigger bike first, before getting on a 600.


Sometimes people just want to come along and give it a go ?




If you are coming back to biking after a long break and want to regain your confidence, it’s a good idea to do a Refresher Course. We would start on the track to get you back into the saddle by covering all the basic skill work before completing a road ride.

Out on the road we would cover all types of riding so by completion you should be ready to go and pick that new bike up from the showroom. Considering the cost of the bike and all the equipment and of course your safety, this course is always money well spent.


If you have been riding for a while now, you have probably got into a few bad habits. So it might be worth considering doing the Enhanced Rider Scheme. Billed by the DVSA as a “Heath Check on your riding” it’s a combination of observation and instructing to tidy up those little faults and improve your riding.

Most insurance companies recognise the scheme and offer a discount on your insurance so especially if you are a young rider wanting to insure a sports bike it will probably pay for itself in the first year.

Motorcycle Lessons in Norfolk, for all abilities. Anglia Training Services, The road to your licence.