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South London’s Motorcycle training

Welcome to LMRT Motorcycle Training

LMRT (London Motorcycle Training) offers friendly professional tuition in motorcycle & scooter training at all levels from complete novice riders to those more experienced riders looking to do full licences.

We are based in Grove Park Lewisham with easy access to Bromley, Bexley, Greenwich, Southwark & Lambeth where we have a permanent training facility operating Monday to Saturday all year round.

Our instructors are all DVSA accredited and offer excellent training with a good bit of fun included to make your experience pleasurable.

Do you want to learn how to ride a motorcycle or scooter? If so, there is no better place to learn than with LMRT. We can offer you a comprehensive range of training programs no matter how much previous experience you have at riding a motorcycle or scooter. If you have no experience at all, that is fine too!

Our goal is to turn you from an amateur rider into a licenced confident rider. That way, you will have the knowledge and experience needed to obtain your licence. Then you can start riding on your own without an instructor or trainer with you. Think about all the freedom you will have as a rider when you’re finally a licenced Rider. You could even take a cross country tour and travel anywhere you want. 

But first, you need to take your training seriously. Riding a motorcycle or big bike can be dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. So many amateurs avoid getting professional motorcycle training, but it can be a very costly mistake if you opt-out of training. Besides, you need the training if you want to qualify for a licence.

You can choose to learn how to ride a motorcycle or scooter. If you want to start off with the easiest vehicle to learn, then choose the scooter riding course. Scooters are smaller and slower, but they’re more fuel-efficient. If you simply need to ride around your local town or city, then a scooter would be a safer and more economical choice.

On the other hand, if you’re ready to hit the open road and learn how to ride faster and farther, then you’ll want to take the motorcycle riding course. Motorcycles have bigger engines and can travel faster than scooters. You’ll have to learn more safety instructions, but once you do, then you will love every minute of riding a motorcycle.

Come sign up today!






“Tuesday morning and I’ve just ridden to work on a Yamaha XT600, not the best bike for commuting but it will do until I get my FZ6 on Wednesday.
None of this would be possible without the help, encouragement, patience and sheer tenacity of the guys at LMRT.”

Joseph Hammond-Hagan

“Just a quick note to say – thank you! The training was superb and the help received after the DSA mess up was superb.”

Paul Neville

“Right… I’m convinced!
U peeps aught to appreciate by now that ‘wee old ladies’ have the learning curve of the M25 and r in need of extra petrol.
To the whole team at LMRT… Ta very much for getting another ‘Biker Boiler’ on the road!!”


“No more U-Turns!!!!”
“Thank you for your patience and encouragement in getting me through my training and my Test.”

Mark Bestwick

“Thanks to all at LMRT for getting me through my test yesterday. I was chuffed to bits. Patience is a virtue and patient they had to be. It was also much more physically demanding than I imagined but the aching bones, bum numbness and frostbite were all forgotten when I was told I had passed. For anyone reading this who is just about to start a course of any kind even a CBT stick with it!! These guys really know what they are talking about and if they keep repeating themselves it is all for a good reason. I intent to come back for more punishment in the summer.”

Russell Evans

Where we work

Bromley, Beckenham, Chislehurst, Welling, Bexleyheath, Woolwich, Greenwich, Catford, Lewisham, New Cross, Southwark, Elephant & Castle, Bermondsey, Poplar, Newham, West Ham, East Ham, Canning Town, Stratford, Hackney, Forest Hill, Cyrstal Palace, Croydon, Thornton Heath, Orpington, Dartford, Erith, Sydenham, Biggin Hill