Brilliant Experience

Huge thanks to Jane, Michael and Jim who guided me through my CBT, and my A2 license. It was thoroughly enjoyable at every stage, and there was plenty of time to get the skills down before the test. Very... Read more →

CBT

I highly recommend Norton Training. The instructors are amazing and very patient, which is so encouraging with my nerves. I thank you all x

CBT

Passed my CBT today, having had no prior riding experience. Jane was an excellent teacher and made the training enjoyable. I would recommend Norton to anyone wanting to learn to ride. I now have the confidence... Read more →

CBT

Did my CBT today and passed ! Amazing instructors, looking forward to coming back for my A2 ! Highly recommended

Brilliant

Done my cbt today with jane was a great teacher was a good laugh and would highly recommend doing your cbt with these guy


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CBT Training prices include, bike, equipment, comprehensive insurance, petrol and training. Course prices include all of above but students are responsible for their own petrol. All this and the most experienced instructors in the area.
Our motto "One Life live it, Do it while you can." Andy Brooker
  • Friendly, Professional and Experienced full time team
  • 90%+ first time pass rate
  • Manual & Automatic Courses
  • Das (650cc) Courses
  • CBT's from £90 ; 7 days a week
  • Bike and equipment hire included in price
  • Credit and Debit cards welcome
  • Hourly, intensive or Custom courses
  • Free collection from Worthing Train Station

About Norton Motorcycle Training

Norton Motorcycle & Scooter Training is owned and run by Nigel Norton & Simon Cooke. Nigel & Simon work in partnership with an excellent team of  instructors - Sue, Michael, Jim, Neal and Jane (see the team profiles above). We have been training for over 16 years in the area and have a pass rate often over 90%.

We are based in Worthing & Brighton in Sussex and serve the surrounding areas, including Eastbourne, Crawley, Horsham, Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath and Chichester. We have over the years attracted students from London and various locations, including abroad; all the students enjoying the more relaxed riding conditions in the Worthing & Brighton areas.

As a local motorcycle training school in Sussex, we ensure continuity of instruction and give you the opportunity to speak with your instructor from that all important first phone call through to passing your test. We all have a passion for biking and would like to help you take the first step, be it a CBT or an intensive course.

Nigel, Simon and their team of  instructors will talk through the options available to you. We will endeavour to provide a course that will suit your needs and time scale. This can be an intensive period of days or spread out over a number of weeks. This will allow you to minimise the time needed off work.

 This from experience being a very successful method for those with no experience of motorcycling.

Learn Motorcycle skills at your own pace

Whichever method you choose you can also opt for one to one training (+50% of our normal costs except CBTs).  As well as offering training up to test standard we are very happy to help in post test bike training.  Nigel and Simon are both members of the Institute of Advanced Motorcyclists (IAM) and Nigel is also a member of The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA).  Three of us are regular off road riders, trail riding as often as we can. We organise both road and off road trips to Central France with accommodation and experienced guides. We have an facebook page with details of our regular ride outs which give us a chance to see you again and pass on any help and tips. We also enjoy hearing about your tales and experiences.

Nigel, Simon and the team look forward to helping you fulfill your dream, whether it's for fun or to beat those traffic queues above all, we'd like to share in our enthusiasm of motorcycling!









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