The second part of the CBT involves getting riding for the first time, but doing so with the relative safety of an off-road riding area. Key CBT skills are covered, such as using the clutch and gears, slow control skills and how to use the brakes. See below for some useful key CBT skills information.
The motorcycle safety position is an essential skill that all CBT candidates should master and take seriously. [more]
Many situations require slow control skills e.g. filtering, slow moving traffic, riding or pulling away on a slope etc. [more]
It is important to understand how gears are selected for road conditions, speed limits, hazards and other circumstances. [more]
Learner riders should practice squeezing the clutch lever to engage both first gear and neutral [more]
Figure-of-eight involves co-ordination of clutch, throttle, rear brake, steering and correct riding posture. [more]
The five main motorcycle controls are coordinated for the first time – throttle, clutch, front brake, rear brake and gears. [more]
Confidence in implementing the u-turn helps in several road scenario’s and can contribute significantly to rider safety. [more]
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