The Old Foundry Tantarra Street Walsall WS1 2HU
Tel: 01922 641053 / 07785 112297
Merlin Ind Park Wood Lane. Erdington B24 9QJ
Tel: 0121 296 4740 / 07785 112297
Lenny’s approach is to provide tailored tuition based on each student individual needs and not to follow a “one method fits all” methods favoured by many other motorcycle training schools.
Over the past 10 years Solo MTC has been successfully assessed and monitored by DVSA and all instructors have been awarded the highest available grades.
From 2017 DVSA will be assessing instructors based on their coaching abilities, Solo Motorcycle Training Centre has pioneered and perfected this technique and all of the courses that are being offered are tailored to the students’ needs and level of expertise.
All courses follow a syllabus but it’s the student who sets the pace, we will include advanced techniques where appropriate but we’ll never conflict with the test requirements.
Lenny is our Chief Instructor and has held a full motorcycle licence since early 1990 and has been an instructor since 1995. He rides all year both professionally and socially with his club.
His riding experience comes from thousands of road miles covered in Britain and Europe and also from Track Days and the occasional venture off road. He has a very relaxed style of teaching with a warm and welcoming personality that puts all students at ease.
Lenny's vast experience of teaching novice riders has given him many anecdotes to use during his sessions, these will either have you laughing or understanding just how important safety on the road is.
Craig has held a full motorcycle licence since 2000 and has been an instructor since 2008.
He rides all year and is also a keen cyclist. He had a previous job with a Dianese supplier, so he is the man to talk to when it comes to equipment and clothing.
He has an enthusiastic and patient teaching style which allows him to cope with even the most challenging of students.
This course is a legal requirement for anyone wanting to take a bike or scooter on the road. You have to be at least 16 years old for a 50cc scooter and 17 for a 125cc bike.Read More
Successful completion will give you a category A1 on your licence and allow you to take your L-plates off, carry a pillion passenger and use MotorwaysRead More
To take this course you must be between 20 – 24 years old and have previously completed a CBT or held an A1 licence for two years.Read More
Successful completion will give you an unrestricted licence and allow you to carry a pillion passenger and use Motorways on any size bike.Read More
Our clinic will teach you essential skills to will make you a safer rider at speeds that we as motorcyclists ride every day. Learn essentials skills in the safest possible way.Read More
Come with us to a track day and really find your potential. Have your racing lines assessed by our very own racer and push yourself and your bike to the limit.Read More
Statistics show that the two main high risk groups in biking is young scooter/125 riders and people who are getting back into bikes after a long time off.Read More
Learn how to ride through the winter, filter through traffic, making progress, overtaking and how to ‘keep the shiny side up‘ as much as possible.Read More
This course is mainly aimed at Bike Clubs but it works just as well for riders who go out in big groups on a regular basis. It covers staggered positioning, marshalling, use of speed and group communication.Read More