Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 2nd March 2018

Learning how to ride a motorbike is a valuable opportunity, and even if you’ve been riding for a while, it’s still useful to develop existing skills. A motorbike training course is a great way to hone your skills and the RJH Motorbike Training School offers the chance to expand your knowledge. The school recently opened in Northwich and we’re proud to have sponsored the event. The school is home to highly-trained DVSA motorbike instructors who are dedicated to making training sessions as enjoyable as possible.

RJH offers a CBT Course that will benefit anyone who is starting out in the motorbike world. The course is suitable for people with no experience and want to ride a moped or motorbike. Other courses involve A1, A2 and DAS training so you’ll be able to pass each test with flying colours. Mopeds, motorbikes and riding gear are all provided for trainees.

Founder and director of the RJH Motorbike Training School, Rob Howitt was glad for the turn out and confident in his staff’s abilities. “It was great to see people brave the weather and come down to see what we have to offer here, the facilities and the location are amazing.”

“We want to encourage local residents from the Northwich area to come down and give biking a go. We offer a variety of training options, from advancing riding sessions, CBTs to one hour taster sessions – there’s an opportunity for everyone to get involved. We are situated within J&S Accessories in Oakmere, who are one of the biggest motorbike superstores in the UK, so you have everything under one roof.”

With 15+ years of experience, the school is qualified to help you get to the level you want to be at with a motorbike. The school is also a useful place for anyone who wants to be an instructor as well. Many trainee instructors have gone on to open their own training centres across the UK.

The school is open from 8AM to 9PM every day and for more information be sure to go to