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Restricted CBTA1   and  Full Licence CBTA2 
                                           
Training and / or Testing Sessions

                                               Monday - Friday from 3pm
                                         Saturday - Sunday from 7am -4pm 
                                                                                     
                                          Onroad 1-on-1 Training also available

                                       See the Courses Page for available dates

Yes, we are 100% Kiwi owned and operated!
      Call our message service or Txt on (021) 0334766
          or send us an Email - info@ridertraining.co.nz
                    or go to our CONTACT US page


RIDER TRAINING (NZ) LTD Auckland based
Operate from Northshore/ Albany/ Massey/Westgate/ Henderson

We are NZTA Approved Motorcycle Instructor-Assessors and providers of the Competency Based Training Assessment (CBTA) Restricted and Full Licence Testing to proceed you through the NZ licensing system - the only way to reduce time between licences.

We specialize in delivering On-Road Training to prepare you for the CBTA Assessments.

We also conducted 1-on-1 On-Road Coaching, tailored to your needs - we can help get you on the road for the first time or even a refresher in riding skills. You decide on what the session will be.


  What courses does Rider Training NZ have?

At Rider Training NZ, We offer 6 different packages:  AUCKLAND BASED TESTING

  • Restricted Licence Test Only $180 ·        
  • Restricted Licence Training and Test $280 ·
  • Full Licence Test Only $160 ·       
  • Full Licence Training then Test $260 ·       
  • On-road Coaching (One-on-One Training) $100 p/hr or $180 for 2hrs


    Overseas Motorcycle licence Conversion from learners to Full Licence Testing
     

        For more information on our courses go to our CBTA or ONROAD pages



    Why use Rider Training?

Are you getting a good deal?  
   Some Riding Schools may offer Motorcycle Instruction
   at a cheaper rate but.....

   ARE YOU REALLY GETTING A GOOD DEAL?


Q.  Do I have to share the time you have paid for with up to 6 other students?
A.  All of our CBTA courses are conducted 1-on-1 with the student.
    
There is no pressure on you to perform in front of a group of strangers.
     We don't believe in group therapy!

Q. How do I know if this is a professional school? Have people enjoyed their experience?
A. Feel free to check out our Feedback page - a large quantity of our customers
     are referred from friends or work colleagues


- Patient Male/Female NZTA Approved Motorcycle Instructors
- Training Sessions are One-on-One not group therapy
- Weekend sessions
- Weeknight Training from 3:30pm til late
- Become part of a Motorcycling Community                                             



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   View a great selection of photos from our various
                       training courses



    Why you should get a Motorcycle Licence




Once you have achieved your Full Motorcycle Licence...............




Taking a break under a huge Pohutukawa tree during our ride around the East Cape in Jan 2014.


The road ahead waits...



New Zealand has great places to explore by Motorcycle, get out there and find out why we featured in 'The Worlds Greatest Motorcycle Rides' as featured on the Travel Channel.



Another earlier trip - Tour of the South Island in March 2010.

Some of the best Motorcycling roads in the world are on our back doorstep!!!

Dawn and Steves' B-Kings take a deserved break on the road to Milford Sound.

Check out the rest of our pics from our tour HERE



   Our Blog page is up and running now

Check out our blog page for what we get up to on our (limited) days off...






So what did you do for the Auckland Anniversary Weekend?




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  Updated:  13rd May  2016

Summer may have gone but we still have some good days in Autumn to enjoy!