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CBT: On a scooter or a bike?

Guest MHarrison94

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I'm wondering...should I take my CBT on a 50cc scooter? And then drive my bike at 17...or wait until I'm 17 and then do my CBT on a 125cc bike?

I know how to drive a bike...like I know how to change gear, counter steer, stopping etc I just need to put it into practice. I'm not saying I can hop on a bike and drive away but I'm wondering is it worth the extra cash to do my CBT on a bike to get practice before I get on my own bike?

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If you find a decent company they shouldn't charge you any extra for riding a geared bike over an automatic scooter. Personally I would wait but that's because I'm an avid hater of scooters!

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  • 3 weeks later...
why dont u take it on a scooter, get a cheap 50cc scooter to ride aroudn on till you can get a geared bike.. it will give you time to get some experience and road sense


i found that the best way, i done it on a 50cc rode that for a few month which helped get experience of the road. then i got a 125 geared bike. then i got lazy and got this burgman 125 !!! :P :P

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