New Rider Training Course
Compulsory Basic Training
NRTC - New Rider Training Courses from £28 (or conversion from auto to manual)
Please use the calendars below to check availability and book your (NRTC) New Rider Training Courses or conversion from auto to manual bike. More details below the calendar.
There's many to choose from including the 'Early Bird' at 08.30, and hourly sessions throughout the day, why not bring a buddy or two along, maybe try a two hour session?
If you would like a 2 hour new rider please give us a call to book: 01444 246714 / 01293 850802 / 01342 890006
(You must have a valid UK provisional or full licence or counterpart if EU for the new rider and a current CBT for the conversion. We require 7 days notice to reschedule NRTC/CBTs)
Crawley NRTC/Conversion Availability
East Grinstead NRTC / Conversion Availability
Burgess Hill NRTC / Conversion Availability
Maybe riding a motorbike is something you’ve always wanted to do but would rather try before you buy?
Are you tempted, but not sure you’ll enjoy it riding a motorbike or get the hang of it? Are you wary of booking your CBT without giving it a go first? Well loads of people find the first time on a bike daunting, the thought of being among others training on mopeds or motorbikes can be off putting at first.
That’s why MTS Sussex run New Rider Training Courses (NRTC) where you can have one to one tuition for an hour or two, just enough to get the feel for it, take the edge off before you commit to a full days motorbike training with MTS. If you like it the next step will be far less scary, and if you don’t like it, well at least you would have given it a go without wasting a whole day and money!
MTS Sussex also offer 2 and 3 student New Rider Training Courses, so if you want to give it a go with friends, family, or your partner, you can encourage each other.
How Much Does It Cost?
Individual New Rider Training Courses with MTS Sussex are just £28.00 for an hour, £56 for two hours, if you bring a buddy it's £50 (£100 for 2 hours) and for 3 riders only £75 (£150 for 2 hours)!
At MTS there’s nothing extra to pay, we include fuel, helmet, jacket and gloves and of course, the most important cuppa while we chat through the session and your options if you want to take your training further, but don’t worry it’s totally pressure free, we do realise not everyone shares our obsession!
So, fancy giving it a go? Well if you do, just get in touch and we’ll get the kettle on ready!
And if you already have a CBT but only ever ridden an automatic and want to try a manual - book a Conversion with us, we offer an hour one to one in the enclosure for £28, if you fancy a bit longer and want to give it a go on the road, we also offer up to 2 hours for £55 which will include time on the road. Please be aware the amount of road time will of course depend on your progress within the enclosure first, and if the instructor does not consider you at a safe enough level to go on the road they will complete the two hours within the enclosure. Conversions run from our CBT sites in Burgess Hill, Crawley and East Grinstead.
Try Motorcycling with an MTS NRTC /or convert to a manual bike with our Conversion.
To book your New Rider Training Course/Conversion with MTS Sussex use the booking calendars above or give us a call on 01444 246714, 01293 850802 or 01342 890006. You can always email us at [email protected] or use the on-line contact form and we'll buz you back for a chat.
Please note: You must bring your valid UK provisional or full drivers licence (counterpart & EU licence) and current CBT if doing the conversion. For your safety you must be able to communicate in English & have a basic knowledge of the highway code to complete any training with MTS. You must also wear appropriate clothing and footwear and without this you will be sent away and forfeit your training and fees. The list is non exhaustive but includes a minimum of jeans without holes, rips, tears, not shorts, skirts or track suits, and you must have boots (non steel toe cap) for all training beyond CBT, and sturdy footwear (ideally boots non steel toe cap), not sandals, Crocs, deck shoes or similar for CBT.