We also supply parts for Benelli and Ducati (especially 90's models) Cagiva, Laverda and MV Agusta, these are not listed on our website but please email or call with your requirements. When itcomes to big tourers, the Moto Guzzi California 1400 Touring is one of the most wanted models from the streets.
Moto Corsa Limited was founded by Mike Russell de Clifford MIMI in 2004 and originally based at Three Legged Cross, near Wimborne in Dorset. We have grown to be one of the most respected Italianmotorcycle specialists in the country and at the end of 2012 moved to new, larger, premises at Ashmore, some 6 miles south east of Shaftesbury, Dorset.
Wasp Motorcycles began its story in the early 1960's. During the day, Rob (Charles)Rhind-tutt was serving his apprenticeship making aircraft instruments at Boscombe Down in Wiltshire. In his sparetime, Rob raced a sidecar outfit in the Southern Centre grasstrack club with his passenger Philip Coles. At that time the bikes raced were mainly modified road machines. Around 1962, Rob made his own frame and sidecar, specifically designed for grasstrack racing. And so it began.
Here at Salisbury Motorcycle Training we believe in a customer centered approach making it easy and affordable for you to achieve your motorcycling goals in a way that suits you. We work inassociation with A1Roadcraft which means we have a dedicated training facility available 7 days a week. We reward loyalty so if you are a returning customer either with A1Roadcraft or Salisbury Motorcyle Training you will get a £10 discount off your CBT.
When Honda of Salisbury closed its doors and moved south in 2006, Shaun Learnihan couldn't bear to think of his customers being left high and dry. Within eight weeks of leaving, Shaun, director of SJSMotorcycles, opened the new premises at Whittle Road, Churchfields to continue to offer high quality, totally customer-orientated service to the whole biking community.
Hayball's have been in the 2 wheel business since 1925, starting off trading from Salisbury's historic market place. In the 1960s Hayballs extended its business to include powered two wheelers sellingLambretta scooters. Growing in size the cycle side initially moved out into a new shop just round the corner leaving the Motorcycles in Winchester Street. However, this side of the business continued to quickly expand with the addition of Yamaha and had soon outgrown the shop.
Coming from an agricultural background and being lucky enough to grow up on a farm, bikes have always been part of mine and my families life. I obviously did not damage or scar her as she is now too akeen motorcyclist, and has taken part in drag racing and enjoys the TT races.