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What You'll Get
£69 for a one-day motorcycle or scooter compulsory basic training (45% off)
- The course includes: introduction | practical on-site training | practical on-site riding | practical on-road training | practical on-road riding
- Tutoring in turning, braking, bike logistics and acceleration
- High focus on safety
- All Honda bikes are under three years old
- Includes complimentary two-hour on-road training after the compulsory basic training; conditions apply, please discuss on the day
The Fine Print
Validity: Must book by 1 Feb 2019. Expires 28 Feb 2019. (Excludes 24-29 Dec 2018 and 1-2 Jan 2019.)
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 10 additional as gifts.
Redemption: Booking required online on https://goo.gl/by8heQ, provide Groupon codes. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: New customers only. 3:1 student to instructor ratio in class, 2:1 ratio on the road. Must be 16 or older for 50cc. Must be 17 or older for 125cc. Must provide a provisional or full plastic UK licence. EU licences must be accompanied by a D91 form. If customers fail to bring this with them, the appointment will be forfeited and a £69 rebooking fee will apply. Old style paper licences must be accompanied by a passport. Customers must be able to read a number plate from 20.5m. Suitable clothing required, including a strong pair of shoes or boots. Motorcycle safety equipment provided. Class times to be found on the website; classes run every day.
About Phoenix Motorcycle Training
Phoenix Motorcycle Training inducts newcomers into the world of motorbiking with a strong emphasis on safety. High ratio of instructors to students allows the training to be tailored to each individual's skill and confidence levels. The courses on offer include CBT, direct access scheme, instructor training and post-test learning such as using motorways and carrying a pillion passenger. Phoenix has centres spread across the length and breadth of England.