Motorbike Training in Wirral

Motorbike Training in Wirral


Looking to book with Hotwheelz for your motorbike training Wirral? Please read our helpful FAQ below.

How long does a CBT take ?

We start at 9 am and usually finish around 4 pm.

Do I provide my own bike ?

No, we provide the motorcycles.

What clothing do I need to wear ?

Please wear jeans and a sturdy pair of shoes or boots. ( not trainers or tracksuit bottoms)

Do I need to provide my own helmet ?

No, helmets are provided, but if you have your own equipment please feel free to bring it.

Do I need to take a theory test before the CBT ?

No, but we advise you to read through the Highway Code for your own safety.

Do I need to do another CBT to move from an automatic to a geared bike ?

No, as long as the CBT is in force there is no need, but we would recommend further training before moving over from an automatic to a geared bike.

What is the ratio of instructor to student ?

On the road training there will be a maximum of two students to one instructor.

Is a CBT a test ?

No , it’s a training course , it’s not a pass or fail . You just need to reach the required standard of safety before the certificate is issued.

Do I need a licence ?

Yes , you need a licence with provisional entitlement for “P” moped, or “A” motorcycle, which you can apply for.

What size bike can I ride at 16 years ?

Up to 49cc with a design speed or not more than 31mph (50kph)

What size bike can I ride at 17 years ?

Up to a 125cc, as long as it’s not more than 14.6bhp

How long does a CBT certificate last ?

At present a CBT is valid for two years.

Can I use my own bike?

Yes, it needs to be road worthy and legal, and display full sized “L” plates front and back.

If I pass my practical test on a 125cc , what size bike can I ride ?

You can ride a bike of not more than 125cc.

Do I have to take my theory test before my practical test ?

Yes , but you may begin your training before taking your theory test.

Is there a quicker way to get to a ride a bigger bike ?

Yes, it’s called a ‘Direct Access Scheme’ and is available to  people of 24 years and over, and provides a fast track route to larger bikes.

How long does the training take ?

With everybody learning at a different rate it is difficult to give an exact time frame, but on average somebody with a little motorcycle experience and some road sense, 12-15 hours post CBT training is usually sufficient.

How long does the practical test take ?

A. It is approx 45 mins from start to finish, including briefings.

Motorbike Courses in Wirral

Tecnica: mostra una piccola fantasia dallo stile doggi, e ora i muscoli più grandi del tuo corpo sono già coinvolti – il bicipite della coscia e del quadricipite. Alzati dietro la ragazza con una farmaci per eiaculazioni precoce in farmacia su un ginocchio, cambiando le gambe ogni minuto o due. E ora che: questa postura brucia 90 kcal in 15 minuti, se ritieni l’esperto di fitness di Martic Hinger.

betting not on gamstop

Well done Matt!

Well done Matt!

Well done to Matt Davies from Hotwheelz Motorcycle Training on successfully completing your Cbt today, great ride mate and now on to the bigger bikes.🏍🏍🏍🏍🏍🏍🏍🏍🏍🏍 ...
Read More
Brilliant Instructor

Brilliant Instructor

I would like to say thank you to John from the Hotwheelz team for helping me complete my CBT . I really enjoyed the day, John was very patient and made the whole day enjoyable, I would highly recommend him. Ray Duckers. Greasby ...
Read More


Thanks to John at HOTWHEELZ. I am now the proud holder of a CBT licence.​ I wil be looking forward to obtain my full licence. I achieved this within a few hours of briefing and riding guided by John. I knew to ride a bike so all I required was to brush up my riding mistakes that is looked for by the examiners to pass or fail you.  The training that I received, was professional and fun, with a focus on any weaknesses I had, which were quickly developed. The one to one training gives you the confidence to progress. I would highly recommend John from HOTWHEELZ to anyone wanting to obtain motorcycle licence ...
Read More
| Website designed & hosted by Shaun Hearnden