Have you mastered the basics but want to get more out of your riding? Improve on your riding skills or confidence?! At ALBA MTA we offer various advanced rider training and awards and will advise you which course is the most suitable for you – taking your ultimate aims into consideration.
A good rider never stops learning. If you’re already an experienced motorcyclist, advanced rider training can teach you to become even better.
The BMF Blue Riband rider award is an advanced riding course designed to help competent, experienced motorcyclists reach their true potential. BMF’s training will help reduce errors in your riding, enhance your handling skills and enable you to identify your strengths and weaknesses on the road. The course teaches you how to be more in control of your motorcycle, while giving you vital skills to anticipate and control situations, reducing your risk of accidents.
You’ll ride better and safer, without losing any of the enjoyment.
The BMF Blue Riband is delivered on a one-to-one basis by fully trained and qualified advanced motorcycle instructors. These BMF-certified instructors will guide you in improving your observation, planning and control in a positive, relaxed and friendly manner.
The Blue Riband advanced riding course is held over a day and a half.
The first day commences with a short discussion about the various techniques you will practice. This is followed by theory, demonstration rides and practical training. The day is divided into sections, with numerous comfort breaks where candidates are actively encouraged to discuss the training so far. The finish time will be dependent on the candidate’s progress, weather and enthusiasm!
Providing you have reached the required standard by the end of the first day, you will then be able to take the Blue Riband rider award assessment. This will take place as soon as possible – usually the next day.
For a less intense approach to the course, there is the option to separate your practical riding into multiple sessions. You can do these at times convenient to yourself and your instructor.
Pre CBT-Course (In accordance with DVSA Standards & Conditions) At Alba MTA, we offer ‘Pre-CBT’ lessons, which are of great benefit for our novice students. Whom would like a little extra tuition to help build their Confidence and Skills or even just to get an idea if riding a motorcycle or scooter is for them before committing to and paying for a full CBT course. The Pre CBT-Course itself consists of the...
Compulsory basic training (CBT) is a course you usually have to take before you ride a moped or motorcycle on the road. The training makes sure you can ride safely on your own while you practise for your full moped or motorcycle test. CBT isn’t a test that you pass or fail. After you’ve completed CBT, you can ride a: moped if you’re 16 or over motorcycle up to 125cc and with...
At Alba MTA, we offer a Post CBT Rider Plus Course. This is a continuation of your CBT where you Learned to Ride. Now it’s time to Ride to Learn. The course is an enhancement of your CBT skills & drills giving you more Competence, Confidence and ultimately enabling you to be a safer rider on the roads on your 125cc with L plates The Post CBT Rider Plus -Course itself consists...
For riders who wish to improve their riding skills once they have successfully passed the practical test. Courses are individually tailored to the customer and subjects covered can include, making progress at higher speeds, counter steering, faster cornering using limit points, riding on motorways, carrying pillion passengers etc. All training is conducted with a radio link.
Have you mastered the basics but want to get more out of your riding? Improve on your riding skills or confidence?! At ALBA MTA we offer various advanced rider training and awards and will advise you which course is the most suitable for you – taking your ultimate aims into consideration. What about the possibility of cheaper insurance? A good rider never stops learning. If you’re already an experienced motorcyclist, advanced rider...
For the biker returning to biking after a break. The training can be conducted on smaller machines to start with, giving the rider confidence before moving on to larger machines and the more advanced techniques such as making progress at higher speeds, counter steering, faster cornering using limit points, riding on motorways, carrying pillion passengers etc. All training is conducted with a radio link.