Ride a Bike with Confidence

We don't train you to pass - we train you to ride a bike! And that's the difference in our approach. Yes we'll teach you everything that you need to know to pass your test. But with A2B you'll get the knowledge, experience and confidence associated with knowing you can do so much more.

Highly experienced bikers ourselves we bring a passion for biking that will enthuse you, motivate you and ensure that you have the skills to handle a wide range of situations confidently and expertly. With many years' experience acquired in touring, track and off road racing, you'll find our trainers approachable, knowledgeable and skillful.

We are professional, reliable and have a large range of well-maintained motorcycles suitable for all riders.
As members of IAM RoadSmart (Institute of Advanced Motorists) we deliver far more than the minimum DVSA industry standard.

Safe riders are made, not born.

We strive to turn inexperienced and vulnerable motorcyclists into skilled and thinking riders who can safely enjoy the freedom and sheer pleasure of life on two wheels.


Why not give us a call: 01943 461988 or complete our online enquiry form now?

"Delighted to say that I passed my CBT and Direct Access training first time with A2B Motorcycle Training. Couldn't recommend them highly enough." Tony Roper, Knaresborough Glass
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