RJH YouTube channel has reached ONE MILLION VIEWS!


Bike Bro HD Camera System now used by instructors

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Live Booking Calendar Integrated

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RJH joins Pinterest

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Nick Newton joins RJH

Nick is a DVSA, CBT and DAS approved motorcycle instructor.
He has many years experience as an instructor and in that time has taught many people to ride safely.
He has experience in the Derbyshire and North Manchester areas with.

Sylvia Eager joins RJH

She has many years experience as an instructor and in that time has introduced many people to ride safely.
She has experience in the Cheshire and Manchester areas with various bike schools.
Sylvia qualified with RJH back in 2011, and has decided to come back to as she describes “the best bike school in the country”

Mick Harrison joins RJH Group

Mick is a DVSA, CBT and DAS approved motorcycle instructor.
He has over fifteen years experience as an instructor and in that time has taught many people to ride safely.

Graham has now qualified as DAS Instructor!

2016 Graham Cook joins RJH as a Full Time Chief CBT Instructor.
This means CBT Training is available 7 days a week.
Graham is also qualified to teach DAS & Advanced.
Home grown Graham passed his full bike test with us some years ago,
then decided to train to become an Instructor and join RJH

RJH Launches Instagram

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Very Pleased to announce that Graham Cook has decided to accept & commit to RJH Full time as our Chief CBT Instructor!!

Graham passed his bike test with us some years ago, passed his Cardington CBT Instructor’s assessment 1st time last year and has decided to join us Full time.

He is what Robert calls “Home Grown”

Congrats Graham, looking forward to working with you in the future and those of you that know Graham will agree he is the man for the role.


RJH adds lighter, 2016 model DAS bikes fitted with ABS brakes to the fleet, to ensure your learning is on modern well maintained bikes.


RJH Introduces Kenwood/Autocom to the Instructor bikes, to ensure clear communications at all times during road training.


YouTube 1 year old with 1,000 subscribers


RJH Introduces Drift HD camera’s to the Instructor bikes, to aid in the learning/developing riding stages.


RJH launches YouTube Channel


RJH introduces Business Home Page video


Graham Cook Motorbike Instructor joins RJH

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RJH website goes Ecommerce

Our website is rebuilt featuring a shopping cart, with every product and service we offer to be purchased online.

Ian Fisher DVSA Motorbike Instructor joins RJH

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RJH launches Motorcycle Training Directory

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RJH Website becomes mobile responsive

And in addition Retina Ready for ultra high resolution displays.

RJH celebrates 10 years in business


RJH launches Google+ Page

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RJH negotiates the services of The Web Design Company

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RJH launches Twitter Page

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Lisa Simpson joins RJH

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RJH relocates all Motorbike Training & HQ to Manchester

7 days a week – new test training to scale and all on site to meet the demands of the new test. RJH don’t have to hire the test centres, we have the ability to train to scale all manoeuvres.

New Motorbike 2-part Test introduced nationally

A new 2 part motorbike test was introduced in 2009 enabling the UK to comply with the EU 2nd directive requiring new and more demanding manoeuvres to be tested.

Module 1 contains the specified manoeuvres element of the test which is conducted off – road. It includes exercises designed to assess the riders ability to control the machines safely, including the avoidance and emergency stop exercises. Module 2 includes an eyesight test, and 40 minutes of on – road riding, assessing the riders ability to safely interact with other road users.


RJH launches Facebook Page

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RJH launches an additional CBT site at Macclesfield, Cheshire

Additional ATB site at Macclesfield introduced.

RJH launches Driver Training as well as Motorbike Training

Robert was frustrated with the seasonal trends of Motorbike Training coupled with the desire to learn and develop the business further. Car training was introduced to balance the business particularly during the winter months when Motorbike Training was quiet.

RJH launches Motorcycle Training Forum

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RJH launches 2nd website, negotiates the services of Phatolive

2 years had passed, the website needed to move forward and RJH had outgrown the services of Net Spinners. Tony Sardinha from Phatolive came along and took control of www.rjhgroup.co.uk

RJH launches an additional CBT site at Biddulph, Staffordshire.

Rob negotiated a CBT site in Biddulph Staffordshire. This site was DVSA approved and ready to go. It was intended to attract customers from Staffordshire. The site was 4 miles from our Congleton base and was geared up for SEO.

RJH signs the lease for a 2 floor Training HQ in Congleton, Cheshire

It took 11 months of using home as a base for RJH, transporting the bikes to the high school on a trailer etc……February 2004 RJH took a bold move forward. Rob wanted a more professional look, a business premises and signed a 9 year lease on a two floor base.To be honest we didn’t look back, we attracted more trainees from a broader area.

Congleton HQ


RJH launches 1st website, negotiates the services of Net Spinners

Rob quickly realised that a website was crucial and was introduced to Les Esling in Northwich who ran Net Spinners a local website designer. The 1st website paid for itself in its 1st week of going LIVE when Mike Hibbert from Macclesfield found us on the internet and booked a full DAS package in December 2003.

RJH Motorbike Training Founded in Congleton, Cheshire from Home Premises

Robert John Howitt had 1st been introduced to riding motorbikes since 1972. He had a successful career within the Retail Industry. At this point, not happy within his working environment he qualified as a DVSA Motorbike Instructor in 2002. Then RJH registered as an approved ATB, purchased a car trailer, used the local High School at weekends for CBT Training and completed his 1st CBT’s with Karen Jones and Marie Housden on Saturday 8th March 2003. RJH was Born.

Robert with Karen and Marie 10 years on 1st ever pupils