For those new to motorcycling or scooters, you'll need to complete a CBT course before you ride on the road on L-plates. Ours start at just £80.
Our direct access training prepares you for the motorcycle test on a larger machine with a minimum power output of 53bhp and a minimum engine size of 595cc. On passing the 2-part test, you are then able to ride any machine with no power restriction.
Motorcycle training for those wishing to pass the A1 (lightweight, up to 125cc), and A2 (medium, up to 47bhp) bike tests. Ideal for those aged between 17 and 24 years of age.

AJH Motorcycle Training School Surrey

AJH Motorcycle Training School Surrey offers all levels of bike training including CBT, A1, A2 and Direct Access. Based in Redhill, the emphasis at AJH is on high quality individually tailored instruction, with a flexible approach.
Motorcycling is a hugely exhilarating experience, as well as being a very practical economical form of transport, and it is important to get the best possible start with the right training for you.
Andy, the instructor at AJH, has been training people to ride motorcycles since 1996, from total beginners to advanced riders, male and female, of all ages. He worked as an instructor at a number of training schools before branching out on his own in 2010, when he formed AJH Motorcycle Training.
We aim to get you up to the best standard we can during your time with us, but also want the courses to be fun – as the best reason to ride a motorcycle is for enjoyment, with safety always being of paramount importance.
We aim to cater for each individual trainee’s requirements with a flexible approach to our courses. We train in small groups with a maximum of three people on CBT and two people for on road training (including the A2 restricted course as well as DAS).

…the end-to-end experience was ideal and if you’re needing instruction of any level, then Andy at AJH Motorcycle Training is your man. - Phil Chambers

At AJH Motorcycle Training, we use well-proven, well-maintained Japanese bikes, and can supply helmets gloves and waterproofs for no extra charge.
As with all road training at AJH (especially DAS), we try and take you above and beyond test standard. We aim to give you as much experience as possible of all types of situations – from slower riding in urban and residential areas to twisty narrow country lanes and onto faster open roads during your time with us. The thinking behind this is that when you take your tests you’ll be able to deal with any situations that arise, and that once you’ve passed you won’t panic the first time you approach a sweeping bend on an A road!
Hopefully this will also mean that the training experience is as enjoyable as possible – we will definitely NOT waste time teaching you test routes! Safety will of course always be the top priority, and a trainee will never be pushed beyond their skill or confidence levels.
We have trained all types of people from all over Surrey, Sussex, South London and Kent, so call us now to discuss your training requirements.

Here's what people say about us:

Compared to larger schools, it is great to have a more personal approach and I can thoroughly recommend anyone looking to take themselves from beginner to having that great feeling of losing your “L” plates to give Andy a call!
Robert Ramsden-Board
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  • Particularly gorgeous day to be out on the bikes- A264 between East Grinstead and Tunbridge Wells stunning road on a day like today. Coming back we cut down to Edenbridge, then out to Haxted and threaded our way through a maze of country lanes before emerging on the A25 at Old Oxted. Like every day this week had to spend an hour washing down the bikes afterwards but well worth it !....Oh yes and Peter and Andrew both passed their mod 2s. Well done chaps!


  • Ashley also passed his mod 1 last week and mod 2 yesterday. Very quick thinking saved the day on his mod 1- half way through the slalom he had his revs low and stalled the engine, but managed to hit the start button, keep his momentum and avoid the cones with his feet still up- the examiner was impressed and so am I ! No such dramas on mod 2. Now looking forward to joining mates Rob, Josh and Stuart ( who've appeared on here ! ) out on the road.


  • Well done to Arran, who passed his mod 1 last week, then ,despite not thinking he rode at all well, passed his mod 2 this afternoon. Already has a very nice 09 CBR600 in a rare colour scheme ready to go !


  • Anthony had a week down from Essex to do his 3 day DAS course which meant having both parts of the test on day3. Passed his mod 1 with no minor faults, then an hour later ,despite earning a stiff talking to from the examiner on where and when to take lifesaver glances (something he'd normally been pretty good with ) passed his mod 2. Good work !


  • And a first time pass for Matt. After a good ride down to Burgess Hill, I think Matt would be first to say his ride just before the test was 'interesting' (fairly common with a test looming) , then on test was a little over cautious at roundabouts but then showed a sudden burst of confidence towards the latter half, meaning the examiner was happy to pass him. Matt worked really hard for that, during the training he got to try the Kwak ER-6 and one of the Honda CBF600- think the CBF was the clear winner in his book ! . Congratulations Matt