At GMTS we have 2 fully qualified DAS instructors with decades of experience between them and one down trained (Polish speaking) instructor to get you off to the best and safest start on your two-wheeled road to freedom.

Bob, Ian and Michal will take you through your CBT, and then, if you choose to go on with your training, continue to train you to above test standard to ensure you pass with ease! Margaret is on-hand to take your bookings, book your tests and make sure your training with us is a fruitful and enjoyable experience, and fits in with YOUR schedule.

We are based at Old Kings Cross Road, off Loons Road in Dundee, DD3 6AB in Dundee. We will work out a programme of lessons to suit your individual requirements and deliver your training at a time and a pace which suits YOU. We offer a full range of courses from CBT to Direct Access that cater for the beginner to the more experienced rider and have a fleet of motorcycles ranging from 50cc to 600cc for use.

You can be certain that we will do our utmost to make sure that you have the best instruction we can offer, in a safe environment, and with the biggest amount of FUN we can fit in!!
Please give us a call, or drop an email, and give us the opportunity to get you started on your very own “road to freedom…..!


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New era in motorcycle training begins...

Quality Assured Award in Motorcycle Rider Training Industry Competence.

Margaret Mitchell, who runs Dundee based motorcycle training business GMTS (Tayside) Ltd is among the first cohort to take a course which will transform the motorcycle training industry in the UK.  Read the GMTS Quality Award Procedure here

The course will help to make 21st century teaching methods more widespread and raise expectations of customer service for motorcycle learners.   
It is run by the Motorcycle Industry Accreditation Centre (MCIAC) and the course content is quality assured by the highly respected Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI).  It is also endorsed by the government agency in charge of driving and riding standards Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).     
The course is open to businesses which are approved by the DVSA, known as Approved Training Bodies (ATBs).  The DVSA currently check instructors every four years, but those ATBs which have completed an MCIAC course will have an additional inspection every single year, as part of a package of ongoing support and quality assurance.   

GMTS (Tayside) Ltd is currently the only motorcycle training business in Scotland to take the course and as such its customers can be assured of an excellent experience.   

It will also become part of a network of motorcycle training businesses in the UK featured on a dedicated website, to be launched in the New Year. This will become the first port of call for those looking for training.  

Background to the course: 
The motorcycle training industry has suffered from a lack of professional status and patchy standards for a number of years, with no clear system of signposting for customers to find quality instructors.   
Recognising this, the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCI) developed the MCIAC.

What does the course cover? 
The MCIAC course for ATB owners covers areas such as teaching methods, customer experience, standard of equipment and premises.   

Karen Cole, Safety and Training Director of the MCI explained: “This is the first course of its kind for the motorcycle training industry and part of a long term project to make sure learners know exactly where to go for quality instruction. 
Margaret Mitchell shows real foresight in participating; we see our ‘early adopters’ as pioneers of a new era of motorcycle training - one which should raise standards for riders across the UK and gain professional recognition for those working in the industry. 
“If you’re looking for motorcycle training, the first question you need to ask, is whether the business you are looking at has undergone MCIAC training?  That is the only way you are assured that you are spending your money with a training business which is routinely monitored via customer feedback surveys and checked every year rather than a business which has its instructors checked every four years.” 



We are indebted to Perth Motorcyles for donating two new bikes, A Honda Vision 50 and a Honda CBF 125
We are indebted to Perth Motorcyles for donating two new bikes, A Honda Vision 50 and a Honda CBF 125

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