The Motorbike Shop is open and we are pleased to be able to provide customers with our full range of products and services. For the safety of our customers and staff there are new measures in place we would ask you to follow when visiting the shop:
As per Government guidance from Friday the 24th of July 2020 you will be required to wear a face coveringwhen entering our premises.
Please make use of the hand sanitising units strategically placed throughout the shop.
Please follow the one-way system through the showroom which is clearly marked.
Please ask a member of staff before touching or sitting on any of the bikes.
Demonstration rides are available, but by appointment only.
If you are self-isolating or prefer not to visit public areas then we do offer a Collection & Delivery service to both sales and service customers.
We are delighted to welcome Jon Sandalls to the team who joins us as After Sales Manager.
Jon brings a wealth of experience to the role and combines technical know-how with after sales management experience. Jon has been brought on board as part of our renovation of parts, service and workshop operations and with his knowledge and experience we are confident he will be an important addition to the team. Welcome, Jon!
Here’s a pic of Jon in his race team days with a young Mr Hamilton.
Yamaha are celebrating the countdown to summer with a special event to showcase our popular Sport Touring range.
We will be opening our doors on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May for our Sport Touring Demo weekend.
The weekend-long event offers the chance to test ride the new 2019 Tracer 700, as well as the popular Tracer 900 and super-practical FJR1300 models.
As the first national dealer event featuring the new NIKEN, there’s a chance for you to try one of theses revolutionary machines, which have been lauded for their stability and front-end grip by the UK’s motorcycling press.
And we are giving away a FREE personal powerbank to all riders who take a test ride on a Sport Touring model during the event.*
Dean Hemmings, Director of The Motorbike Shop, recently took part in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100. Upon completing the ride and in Dean’s own words, ‘if anyone wants a cheap bike, I’m selling mine!’.
Despite Dean’s less than positive, yet comedic view on his future career in road cycling, we here at The Motorbike Shop have huge respect for his incredible achievement. Dean spent a great deal of time and energy training for the almost impossible feat of succeeding in this challenge. And succeed he did.
The money he has so far raised is all for charity and, specifically, the Samson Centre for MS. In his own words, here is why both the charity and the ride are of such importance to him…
”Some of you may know, I like a challenge…..this one may be a step too far, but I’m in training and it’s for [...]