Motorcycle Training and Covid 19 update 22/06/2020

Firstly, I would like to thank all the students old and new who have contacted me over the last few month the list is endless and it means a lot to have your support.

We have yet to be given any definitive guidance from the DVSA on the resumption of testing for Module 1 and 2 motorcycle tests, as soon as I hear news I will post on here and my Facebook page.

If you are looking for safety equipment you can call a couple of shops that are working an appointment system, check on line to see what stock they have in and then call them with requirements and they will try to accommodate your requests.

 Call Andy @ M&P Cardiff, 029 2192 1181

Or Thunder Road,  Cwmbran, 01633 868888

For compulsory Basic Training (CBT) enquiries and questions please call Simon on 07944036896

We can conduct CBT for key workers who need to renew their CBT my class size is two to one, you must supply your own motorcycle and safety equipment, helmet, gloves and suitable safety gear, we can conduct CBT for experienced riders who have a brought a bike for their commute to work and can supply a motorcycle for this but you must have all your own safety equipment (no kit no course)

I am now offering a limited service for novice riders, call Simon on 07944036896 for details

You have a duty to inform us if you have been in contact with someone who has been ill in the last two weeks as we do

Celtic Rider training is a small motorcycle school that takes pride in giving you the best experience at the moment social distancing means that we can not conduct any Module 1 or 2 or advanced training unless you are a key worker who has an emergency test booked

You must supply proof from your employer that you are working and or that the bike is needed for essential needs like, commute, shopping, caring for someone in the community etc.

Take care and be safe,


About Simon Walsh

Simon has over twenty eight years teaching all levels of motorcyclists with a calm and professional approach, small class sizes, well maintained motorcycles, New and clean motorcycle clothing, safety helmets, gloves all you need do is book in and turn up with your driving license. Teaching someone to ride a motorcycle has been my full-time career for over 28 years, in that time the industry and the DVSA have changed beyond recognition and I have strived to stay ahead of training techniques and my competitors to offer a second to none motorcycle training experience
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