Terms and Conditions

English law shall govern these terms and conditions. Parties shall submit to the jurisdiction of the Courts of England & Wales

When attending a motorcycle or scooter training course with Bike2Bike please remember the following:

Cancellation
Should you wish to cancel or change the date of your appointment we require the following notice:
Motorcycle tests - 12 working days notice.
CBT - 7 working days notice.
All other training courses - 12 working days notice.
Note: working days are categorised from Monday - Friday

If the above notice is not given a loss of course fee will be incurred. Please note that once any part of a course is started then no refund will be given. Where a course is made up of a number of separate days, once any part has been started then no refund will be given for the course booked. For example, this means that if you have booked a complete package including CBT then once you have started the first training day there is no refund for any subsequent part of the course. In the event that a course is cancelled in adequate time and a refund is due then a £50.00 administration fee will be charged. In the event that you are ill we require a doctor's certificate.

All training courses must be completed within 3 months of payment.

Eyesight
Prior to the commencement of training you will be required to pass an eye sight test. If you wear glasses or contact lenses, please remember to have them with you. You must be able to read a car number plate from a distance of 67' or 20.5 metres.

Training Machines
If you are using a motorcycle or scooter other than the one provided by Bike2Bike Motorcycle Training please ensure that you have a current insurance certificate, a valid MOT certificate (if applicable), full sized L plates displayed front and rear, valid road fund licence (tax disc) and the vehicle is road legal and mechanically sound. If you are taking a motorcycle test then it must have a MPH speedometer (no stickers or overlays), that it has a Restriction Certificate where applicable (Aprilla RS125 & Honda NSR 125's) etc, and is suitable for the test you wish to take (A, A1, A2). The responsibility for ensuring that your bike is suitable and eligible for test is yours.

Accidental Damage
Should you be unfortunate enough to damage one of the training machines provided by Bike2Bike Motorcycle Training then you will be liable to pay for the first £250 towards any repairs.

Clothing
Please wear suitable clothing - gloves, long trousers, a strong jacket and sturdy boots. A supply of safety helmets, waterproofs and gloves are available on request, however you may wear your own if you wish.

Payment
All balances are due before the first day of training by debit or credit card. Cash is accepted by prior special arrangement only.

Documentation
You must produce the following for all CBT courses - a valid UK full or provisional licence.
For all post CBT courses and the motorcycle test you must bring your licence, CBT certificate (DL196), theory test pass certificate and photographic ID (which can include the photo part of a driving licence). The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) will not accept anything other than an original, complete and legible UK licence - again there are no exceptions to this.
Please bring your confirmation letter.
For all courses (except CBT) we must have details of your driver number at least one week before the start of the course. We cannot organise your motorcycle test without it and you will be liable for the test fee if we are unable to notify the DVSA in time with your details.

 

 

Course Timings
Please arrive in plenty of time to allow the course to start at the correct time. If you are later than the notified start time then the course will start without you and in the case of the CBT you will have lost you course fee.

Safety
Bike2Bike Motorcycle Training will endeavour to make your training as safe and enjoyable as possible. However, there is always a small element of risk in connection with the use of any motor vehicle, which cannot be totally eliminated. Unlike a car, your instructor can have no direct control over your vehicle and ultimately it is your responsibility to ride safely. With this in mind you must comply with the following:

Ensure that you are, and remain, fit to train. Only you know your physical and mental condition.
You must not be over tired, injured, or suffering from any ailment which could affect your riding.
You must not have taken any drugs, including alcohol, which may affect your ability to ride.
You must inform your instructor if there are any problems in this respect or if any occur during the day.
You must ensure that you have adequate breaks, drinks and food and that you are properly clothed.
Only you will know if you are fit to continue.

Liability
In the unlikely event of an accident, Bike2Bike Motorcycle Training have in place Public Liability Insurance, Employers Liability Insurance and Motor Insurance in order to ensure that you have the best protection possible whilst training with us. Copies of these are available on request. Personal Accident Insurance is not included.

Health & Safety
To ensure that Bike2Bike Motorcycle Training provide the safest possible environment for you, all training complies with the Health & Safety at Work Act. A copy of which is available on request.

Contact
Should you require any further advice or help, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Tel: 01635 872529
Text: 07435 783888
E-mail: train@bike2bike.co.uk

All courses are booked on the basis of the information that you have given us, responsibility for ensuring that these details (including your licence entitlements) are correct are yours - this includes how much previous riding experience you claim to have. Not having read this notice does not exempt you from the consequences of cancellation fees.

We look forward to seeing you soon and we hope that you enjoy your training.

 

 

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