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A friend of mine had a minor accident a couple of years ago which resulted in him losing his confidence completely, he's now started to dream about our trips away we had (not the same in a car) so I suggested a way to gain a bit of confidence and to see if it's not just a pipe dream for him to book a CBT, now I know it'd be a bit pointless as he has a full license but a day in the classroom, in a car park doing slow riding then out on the road might be what he needs, but what do you think? would it work? Is there a better way? He sold all his gear so has nothing and obviously he doesn't want to splash out if this doesn't work.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I wouldn't recommend a CBT really as there'll more than likely be more than one person doing it on the day. I think you'll have to take the CBT on a 125 as well which aren't the best for inspiring confidence. A refresher would be much more appropriate and it'll be a lot more relaxed atmosphere.

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