RS Motorcycle Training Sussex

We will train you to ride safely, and with a passion to explore

DVSA UPDATE:

We are able to now book your tests with the DVSA.

About us

WHAT WE DO

At RS Motorcycle Training we don’t just want to teach you how to pass your test, we want to help you discover the joy and adventure that comes from riding motorcycles.

WHO WE ARE

Run by Rob Stokes, a veteran bike rider of 38 years, with 12 years as a trainer, we only recruit bike instructors we trust and who share our passion for the open road.

WHY WE DO IT

We believe in exploring the world on a bike, safely and responsibly. We want to inspire new riders and share our passion for the open road.

Gigi Vasile
Gigi Vasile
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Rob Ian and Stuart best instructors ever, I recommend
Scott Gullen
Scott Gullen
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Absolutely outstanding serive rob and they guys go above and beyond to get you where you need to be, not only to pass your test but to be as safe and as knowledgeable as you can be out on the roads. I would 100% recommend. Extremely friendly and very patient
Dean Rance
Dean Rance
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These guys really know their stuff and I'm glad you helped me out today. Can't thank u enough
John Doe
John Doe
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If I could rate this company any higher I 110% would the knowledge, patience and drive this team has to help you learn and progress as a rider is phenomenal you have a great day and a few laughs along the way with genuine people but you also leave with a whole new mindset on road craft how to ride safely, smoothly and do it all with ease . If anyone is thinking about throwing there leg over a bike cbt, a2 or das I would highly recommend rs motorcycle training
Tom Billington
Tom Billington
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Had a brilliant time doing the CBT. Ian was really patient and helped build my skills and confidence throughout the day. I’m now looking forward to getting on the road, building my experience, and booking in for my full test! Thanks guys!
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Rocko Card
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Me and my girlfriend who had zero riding experience took our CBT with Ian and Stuart who were fantastic with their training and clear & easy to follow instructions. They both worked hard to make sure we were safe during the 2 hour public road ride and inspired confidence in a nervous rider who by the end of the day had overcome that and wants to do more riding. I will definitely be booking my DAS with this school. Highly recommended to anyone thinking of learning to ride a motorcycle and even for those who are not sure there are ride and try lessons. Josh & Becca

Why Learn to ride?

Typically it is cheaper to buy and run a motorcycle than a car. Motorcycles are usually more fuel efficient, cost less in road tax, face lower toll charges, are cheaper to maintain, and cost less in insurance.

Fun

On a motorcycle, you have much more freedom, and once you learn how to ride safely, almost all riders report that it’s far more fun than driving.

Less Traffic

While cars can’t go any faster than the car ahead of them, when you’re on a motorcycle you can filter past stationary traffic far easier, allowing you to get to your destination quicker.

Social

So many motorcyclists find their favourite things about being a motorcycle rider is the community. There are rally’s, international social motorcycling holidays, and so much more to explore and enjoy! The CBT is your start into discovering the fun in riding.

Personality

There are so many ways to adapt and customize your motorcycle that just aren’t available with cars. So you can truly customize your bike to be whatever you want it to be (within reason, of course!).

Cost

Typically it is cheaper to buy and run a motorcycle than a car. Motorcycles are usually more fuel efficient, cost less in road tax, face lower toll charges, are cheaper to maintain, and cost less in insurance.

We're Open

Business as usual

RS Motorcycle Training is now open to all students for:

– Ride & Try

– CBT

– Full Licence & Advanced Courses

We have stepped up measures to keep our equipment, clothing, and training areas sanitised and recommend that instructors and students observe current social distancing measures wherever possible.

We strongly advise that you bring your own kit – jacket, gloves, helmet, in-ear headphones, and your own refreshments if you can.

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND IF YOU ARE UNWELL OR HAVE BEEN IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN IN ISOLATION IN THE LAST 14 DAYS.

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