Initial Basic Training

 

IBT is training to a competent basic level and is not tested for a pass or fail result. The instructor must be satisfied that the trainee has acquired the necessary skill and knowledge level needed to be safe on the road.

You can watch a video regarding IBT for motorcyclists HERE

For information on course costs why not visit out Pricing Section

 

 

Module One - This module is in the Roadskill Training Centre classroom

* Motorcycle Equipment* Motorcycles and their controls* Basic Technical Checks* Taking Machine on and off the stand* Basic Safety Checks (POWER)* Moving the Machine without aid of engine* Precautions before starting (FIGS)* Starting and stopping the engine

 

 

Module Two - This module is at the Roadskill Training Centre Compound* Stopping the machine (Theory)* Moving off & Stopping in controlled fashion* Ride in a straight line* Correct use of brakes (all scenarios)* Gears selecting and changing* Junctions Left and Right using the Observation-Signal-Manoeuvre (OSM) and Position Speed-Look (PSL) routines* Emergency stopping under full control* Slalom* U Turn manoeuvre* Figure of eight* Slow Riding under control* Explanation and Application of the Motorcycle System (OSPSL)

 

 

 

Module Three - This module is at Roadskill Training Centre Compound & Classroom* Legal Requirements for riding on the road* Importance of knowing the Rules of the Road* Visibility - "Be Seen"* Road Positioning* Rear Observation at appropriate times* Road surfaces and Traffic Conditions* Progress - Fast/Slow* Hazard perception and anticipation

 

 

 

Module Four - This module is carried out on-road* The application of Module 3 (in practice) whilst on a public road* Dealing with Junctions* Dealing with Roundabouts* Dealing with Traffic controls* Dealing with Hills (incline & decline)* Dealing with Hazards and Obstructions

 

 

Module 5 (Progression Module)

 

This module includes topics previously covered during Modules 2 & 4 with

some additional new content to allow ‘progression’ the training needs to

be undertaken on the new vehicle type, you wish to change to, e.g. from

‘automatic’ to ‘manual’. This progression Module will facilitate changes in

your entitlements without you having to undergo the full programme again

and in limited circumstances without you having to undergo a practical

driving test. For Direct access purposes to Category ‘A’ or ‘A2’ motorcycles,

you will need 13 hours to complete this module. Where IBT has already

been completed and you are availing of ‘progressive access’ then you will

need 11 hours to complete this module.

 

1. Moving off and stopping

2. Use of brakes

3. Use of gears

4. Slow riding exercise

5. Figure of eight exercise

6. U-turn exercise

7. Slalom exercise

8. Rear observation and mirror work

9. Turning left and right

10 Obstacle Avoidance

11. Emergency adjustment of speed

Emergency Stop

12. Overtaking

13. Carrying pillion Passengers

14. Using a Sidecar / towing a Trailer

15. Gradients

16. Junctions

17. Traffic lights

18. Roundabouts

19. Safe distance

20. Anticipation and reaction to

hazards including dealing with

Emergency service vehicles.

21.Pedestrian & rail crossings (rail

where possible)

22. Bends

23. Socially responsible Riding/driving

 

 

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The video below is the complete guide to your Initial Basic Training which is provided by the Road Safety Authority

Please note that we will not pair up anyone who is a novice or has never ridden a motorcycle before. Customers who fall into this bracket must do one on one training.

If you have ridden a motorcycle before but wish to do one on one training then this can be arranged for the one on one price.

If you wish to pair up with another rider and you have previous experience then we can normally find somebody to pair you up with.

                             COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS

Classroom sessions will be a maximum of 4 people with 2m social distance spacing between them. Day 2 on the bike is a maximum of 2 per instructor. 

On the day of your training we will open the doors at the start time stated and then ask you to follow our health & safety protocols in place.

What should you bring with you?

We ask all customer to supply their own lunch on the day as we are not near any shops.

We will supply you with an IBT log book and a fresh bottle of water.

You will need to bring your own pen and extra drinks if you require them during the day.

We will ask you to adhere to certain rules during the breaks etc.

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