CBT Clothing Requirements
Below is a list of clothing items and footwear requirements for your CBT course.
ALL AREA'S OF SKIN MUST BE APPROPRIATELY COVERED WITH CLOTHING SHOWN BELOW AS RECOMMENDED/ACCEPTABLE. YOU CANNOT HAVE ANY AREA'S OF EXPOSED SKIN.
For your convenience, we have split the list clearly into what we recommend wearing, what will be accepted, but is not recommended, and finally, what clothing and footwear is unacceptable.
Please note, that if you attend wearing any of the unacceptable items of clothing/footwear, you will not be permitted onto the course, and will not receive any refund.
A link to this list has been provided to you both during the online booking process and in your email booking confirmation. 1 Stop Instruction will not be held liable for you arriving to your course in inappropriate and unacceptable clothing or footwear.
- These are items of clothing/footwear we recommend wearing
- Motorcycle Jacket
- Heavy Denim, or other heavy duty jacket
- Motorcycle Trousers
- Jeans (without holes/rips)
- Strong workwear trousers
- Motorcycle Boots
- Walking/hiking boots or other equivalent boots such as Timberlands
- Waterproof over jacket/trousers (to wear over other recommended clothing)
- These items will be accepted,
but are not recommended
- Lightweight Jackets
- Hoody Tops
- Jogging Bottoms
- Trainers (must be lace up)
- Other lace up shoes
- You will not be accepted onto your course
and will not receive a refund if you arrive in this clothing/footwear.
- Short/Long sleeved T-shirt
- Thin religious garments
- Distressed jeans (with rips/holes)
- Thin suit/formal trousers
- Skirts, leggings or tights
- Shorts or 3/4 Length Trousers
- Sandals, flip flops or slippers
- Any other slip on footwear, including slip on trainers
- Any other similar items of clothing which our instructors deem unsuitable.
Please also bear in mind that November - April are very cold months to ride a scooter/motorcycle. As such, we strongly advise that you wear, or at the very least bring, very warm clothing consisting of thermals and several layers. It is far better to have the layers and not need them, rather than need the layers and not have them. May - October can be very warm/hot, but even still, you will need to ensure that all area's of exposed skin are covered.
Helmet & Gloves
We can provide you with a helmet and gloves for your course if needed, but highly recommend in the interests of your own hygiene, that where possible, you bring your own Helmet and gloves with you to your course.