Learn To Ride - Merseyside

Learn to ride at Marriott Motorcycles

Fancy a go at exploring the city in true, unconfined and freedom-enhanced spirits? Take a look for yourself at just how easy it is to start riding today, whether you've ridden before or are starting entirely new. Splitting up the licence categories, it's convenient, cheap and easy to find a motorcycle that's right for your age, ability and size.

Did you know, that a motorcycle or scooter is significantly cheaper than a car? From their fuel economy providing you a lower petrol bill at the end of the week, to their drastically lower insurance and maintenance costs. Not only is it cheaper - it's more thrilling. What could provide as much of a rush as cruising through the wind, splitting traffic and maximising your feel for the road.

Starting as little as £99 to get aboard, you can complete a CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) which enables you to ride up to a 50cc scooter or motorcycle if you're 16, or a 125cc motorcycle or scooter if you're 17 and older. Of course, the choice is up to you; take out a comfortable scooter to sit back, enjoy the commute and feel the freedom as you ride, or take a motorcycle where you can upgrade your thrill a touch and carve the corners on a weekend!

Already know what you're looking for? Got your plan in place? You can either book a CBT by clicking here and be on your way, start browsing our range of learner friendly bikes below or you can pop in-store, speak to our team and we'll get you fast-tracked to being on the road.

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Our Range

It doesn't have to feel intimidating, we have a diverse range of scooters and motorcycles, both geared and automatic, and we're more than happy to talk you through your options and get the bike that's right for you. Just speak to our team today, we'll get you in the know of what to do, where to go and assist you in finding your perfect pride and joy.

Take a look at our diverse, accessible and huge range of learner friendly motorcycles and scooters below. Along with the big-name brands such as Suzuki, Yamaha and Kawasaki, we even have a range of smaller providers that specialise in making lenient and comfortable learner friendly bikes - aiming to get you out on the road and discovering your riding style.