We were the first company in the world to manufacture carbon fibre wheels for both high performance cars and motorcycles certified for road as well as racing use. This was followed by the world'sfirst roadworthy hybrid carbon composite wheels. We are now charging ahead with a brand new carbon composite car wheel that we believe will take the luxury and performance car wheel aftermarket, racing and OEM market by storm.
Chippenham Motor Cycles (CMC) is a family-owned business dedicated to serving its customers, our whole approach is to promote the pleasure and fun of motorcycling using the skills and knowledge builtup over years of experience. We would like to be acknowledged for the depth and breadth our range of skills and products, the friendly and professional attitude by our staff and the easy accessibility to these.
MH Suspension Ltd, (formerly MH Racing), is tucked away in a small North Wiltshire village of Lower Seagry, close to the famous Castle Coombe racing circuit. It was formed in 1989 by motorcycle racingspecialist Mark Hammond. During five highly successful seasons Mark became the leading GP MX technician to legendary riders including Willie Simpson, Jeremy Whatley and Jorgen Nilsson. Throughout this time, Mark Hammond was also seconded to work in Holland for world champions the WP racing team.
We originally opened in 2005 as a mail order only business, trading on ebay and later through our own website, offering products from Kuryakyn and Zodiac. The business grew from part-time to full timefor Karen during this period and additional product lines were added as demand increased. The next couple of years saw the business expand with further dealerships being added to increase the range of products available to our customers.
TWS Vehicle Wiring has many years experience in the field of vehicle electrics. Specialising in motorcycles and trikes, we have built up a reputation for quality service and reliable systems. We arebased in Swindon, Wiltshire, a town with an enviable history in engineering excellence. We like to think that we are carrying on this fine tradition, by offering our customers a first-class service.
Rolling Art Motorcycles is a award winning motorcycle engineering company. We have a genuine enthusiasm to build, restore, repair, service and manufacture custom components for your motorcycle fromvintage through to modern machines. With many years of motorcycling and engineering experience between us, we have a desire to combine these passions to help you keep your beloved motorcycle on the road, or build a new one to help you achieve your dream.
We are an official Kawasaki Team Green Dealer and our able to offer the full range of 2015 Kawasaki Off Road Motorcycles along with full spares ordering and back up. We have a fully equipped workshopfacility with a wealth of experience in tuning, preparing and maintaining off road machines. Please take your time to browse our site and contact us if you have any questions.
We are Riding in Action, a Swindon and Cheltenham based motorcycle training school, providing high quality training for CBT, A2, A1, Direct Access, Refresher and Enhanced Skills. Our combinedexperience of over 40 years in motorcycle training has given us a reputation, within the community, that is second to none.
Providing fully equipped dealerships to represent one of the world's most innovative brands that has evolved through engineering excellence, all Blade Honda dealerships display the full range of newHonda motorcycles including this years stunning Honda CBF650F ABS, Honda VFR800 and scooters such as the Honda PCX125, while offering a large selection of used bikes from all manufacturers.
In 1944, Piaggio engineers Renzo Spolti and Vittorio Casini designed a motorcycle with bodywork fully enclosing the engine, handlebar-mounted controls and small diameter wheels. Officially known MotoPiaggio no. 5 nicknamed 'duckling' or 'Paperino' in Italian. The following year the ''MP6 prototype'' was created, upon seeing the 'MP6' for the first time Enrico Piaggio exclaimed: "Sembra una vespa!" ("It resembles a wasp!") Piaggio effectively named his new scooter on the spot!