Why learn with Mungo?

Mungo only teaches in groups of no more than 2 trainees. As most other schools have class sizes of up to 4 riders Mungo’s approach offers greater focus and development for each rider. This bears out in his amazing pass rate.

Mungo Williams currently has one of the best pass rates in London for DVSA motorcycle instructors. 92% for the first test and 88% for module 2.*

* the figures come from an annual pass rate of clients who have progressed from CBT through to the 5 day DAS course.

“We believe with passion in driving the standards of motorcycle riding education up. We believe motorcycle riding is a risky activity that can be made safe with sound training and developing skills for life.”

Mungo is passionate about motorcycling. When he’s not teaching, he’s RIDING…

More about Mungo Williams

Which Course?

Mungo’s Motorcycle School offer safe, professional training for first time riders looking to get L Plates/a CBT certificate on 125cc scooters or motorbikes. We can also provide one-to-one pre-CBT confidence sessions.

We also offer more experienced A2 and A category riders full licence options so that you can ride any size of machine. Post licence advanced coaching both on road and on track can also be offered.

All our courses take place in and around Dulwich, South London. Where we meet depends on the course – find out more!

All our motorcycle training courses are fully DVSA accredited.

Mungo’s Motorcycle School is DVSA accredited

  • Compulsory Basic Training (CBT)

    Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) must be completed by law before any new moped or motorcycle rider is allowed to ride on the road with learner plates. At Mungo’s Motorcycle School we offer a free assessment of your riding skills. After the assessment we will put together the best package for you to meet the required skill level to take your test and ride safely.

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  • Direct Access (DAS)

    If you are aged 24 or over or hold an A2 licence for two years you can get an unrestricted motorcycle licence by taking a Direct Access (DAS) course and test. A full bike licence entitling you to ride any size of machine is gained through this course. After completing your CBT your training continues and once you are proficient enough, you progress onto a 600cc motorcycle (Yamaha XJ6 ABS) on which you will take your tests.

    At Mungo’s Motorcycle School we offer a free assessment of your riding skills. After the assessment we will put together the best package for you to meet the required skill level to take your test and ride safely.

    Please note that we expect the riders to have done at least 500 miles (or a booster day with an instructor) before starting the full licence course. This applies to all DAS courses including the 5 day course.

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  • Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS)

    The DVSA Enhanced Rider Scheme (ERS) checks your motorcycle riding skills and provides training to help you improve. There is no test. Once you have successfully completed the scheme you will get a Certificate of Competence and you can use it to get discounts on motorcycle insurance.

    At Mungo’s Motorcycle School we offer a free assessment of your riding skills. After the assessment we will put together the best package for you to meet the required skill level to take your test and ride safely.

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FAQ

Am I tall enough to ride the motorbike or scooter?

The lowest suggested height is about 5 ft 2 or 1 m 57cm for out 125cc bikes. The Honda MSX Grom 125 is small and there to help boost confidence for shorter riders.

 How long is the day?

Generally the training days last about 4–5 hours. Testing days for full licences can sometimes be between 3–4 hours to save energy and focus for the test itself.

How much experience do I need for a full bike licence?

After a CBT it’s always good to get at least about 500 miles of riding fluency and repetition before going for the full licence courses. There is no substitute for time on the bike. Or a booster session with an instructor helps a lot and provides accelerated learning compared to riding uncorrected.

Do I need to know the Highway Code?

Yes, a good understanding of the rules, signs and road markings of the UK roads is expected.

What is included in the price?

The bike hire, a communication radio, protective waterproof clothing, gloves and a helmet (if you need it). Plus friendly, safe instruction.

Will I be part of a big group?

We only train one to one or in groups no bigger than two riders to one instructor.

What do I need to bring?

Your full or provisional UK driving licence. Suitable rugged clothing for riding a bike such as tough trousers, jacket and boots.

For full licence courses you need to bring along your UK driving licence, CBT certificate and theory test certificate.