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Training Schools

No matter how many years of riding experience, it’s those riders who strive to keep their skills and expertise regularly refreshed who deserve the greatest respect within our community. Whilst as bikers we like to believe we know the road better than most, there’s always room for improvement. Our county’s training schools offer a range of intermediate to advanced courses which help make us better bikers and ultimately, make our roads safer.

Run a course or a training school that’s not listed? Get in touch: [email protected]

Alpha Rider

A-Z Rider Training

Grange Rd, Gillingham ME7 2WG

07767 822772

CSN Motorcycle Training Ltd

Riverside 3 Car Park, Sir Thomas Longley Road, Rochester ME2 4SQ

01634 296500

Dexterity Motorcycle Training

Eastwell Court, Lenacre St, Ashford TN25 4JT

01233 621536

Invicta Motorcycle Training

East Kent International Freight Terminal, Dargate – Yorkletts, Faversham ME13 9EN

01227 752459

Kent Fire and Rescue

Kent Motorcycle Rider Training

The Loop Site Alland Grange, Manston CT12 5FE

01227 832958

Kent Motorcycle Training Manston

Spitfire Way, Manston, Ramsgate CT12 5BU

01227 832601

Mid Kent Motorcycle Training

Aylesford Bulls Rugby Club, Hall Road, Aylesford ME20 7QS

01622 720774

The listing of any business within this website does not constitute as a recommendation. These businesses are collated via local community recommendations and are by no means an exhaustive list of all available. We endeavour to check business closures regularly but please check directly before travelling to any.

COVID-19 Notice

Whilst the temptation to wheel out the bike and take to the road is great, especially considering to fine weather we are experiencing at the moment, please take time to consider the implications:

  • Going for a motorcycle ride is not essential use
  • Riding in groups does not reflect a responsible approach to the current situation and will only enforce the negative image of bikers that non bikers hold
  • At some point you will have to stop and if you are in a group you will no longer be social distancing
  • You are putting yourself and others at risk. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in a crash the extra unnecessary burden you will put on the already over stretched NHS staff will be YOUR FAULT because your ride was not essential