Welcome to Ridesafe Motorcycle Training

Based in Weston-Super-Mare, Ridesafe is a DVSA Approved Training Body (A.T.B) and is proud to offer Somerset the complete package in Motorcycle and Moped Training, from Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), A1 125cc, A2 46BHP Restricted Licence, Direct Access, DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) for riders of all abilities, or why not even train towards RoSPA Gold Advanced levels!

Ridesafe guarantees to offer the best value package within a ten mile radius of Weston-super-Mare, both on price and quality of training, whether CBT, Test Training, ERS Training or Advanced Training.

Our Training Site allows a safe environment for CBT and for students to practice and carry out Module 1 test manoeuvres at the required distances and speeds whether on 125cc or DAS bikes; speeds verified by our own speed measuring equipment on site.

As well as being Qualified by all relevant Authorities for the all courses that we offer, we have a wealth of experience at all levels to ensure the best experience for you the Customer.

Our Feedback speaks volumes as testament to care and attention, whatever the course. Whilst cost is important, more-so is your safety and enjoyment. Good quality training is not expensive, it’s priceless!

Licence Laws

Licence Laws are complicated by age and power restrictions; please click this link for a simple breakdown of the laws, age, and power restrictions.

Unsure if two wheels are for you? TRY BEFORE YOU BUY - FREE 'taster' sessions available most days by arrangement, why not CONTACT US for details


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Ridesafe supports ‘Freewheelers’


Ridesafe is often approached by charities, and is a sponsor of Weston Bike Night. As well as donating to other causes through ride-outs, Freewheelers EVS (voluntary blood bike service) is the main charity. Paul and Dave are both members of Freewheelers EVS; Paul is a member of the rider assessment team, Dave one of the volunteer duty riders

Freewheelers is a voluntary charity relying totally on public donations, CLICK HERE or on the logo above to visit their website to learn a little bit more about the work they do and hopefully support this worthy cause.

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