The Source for Motorcycle Training in Croydon and Kingston
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AM Licence

AM Licence

Mopeds up to 50cc, 
but not exceeding 28 mph

Minimum Age 16

A1 Licence

A1 Licence

Motorcycles up to 125cc and 11kw (15bhp)

Minimum Age 17

A2 Licence

A2 Licence

Motorcycles up to 35kw

Minimum Age 19

A Licence

A Licence

of any

Minimum Age 21

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Once you speak to Tony you won't want to go anywhere else!!

THINK BIKE! with Croydon & Kingston Motorcycle Training

The highest quality motorcycle training covering London and North Surrey.

Whether you are just starting out and looking to get your C.B.T or returning to motorcycling and need a refresher course, progressing towards your motorcycle licence and need some tuition, eager to get on with a direct access course or maybe you are just looking to improve your biking skills with some advanced training, then Croydon & Kingston Motorcycle Training is here for you.

Download the UK Theory Test App for Apple

UK Theory Test for Apple

Download the UK Theory Test App for Android

UK Theory Test for Android

ERS Registered

Weekday Courses

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Croydon Motorcycle Training Testimonials

Thank you Very professional and thorough handling of a one-day CBT course. Having been driving for over 30 years, I'd never ridden any motorbike before. The instructor gave me great confidence to handle the machine and the road - but was also very concerned not to push anyone beyond their abilities too quickly. I'm sure I'll be back to prepare for a full licence.


Driving Standards Agency  Institute of Advanced Motorists  The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents  Motorcycle Inductry Trainers Association

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