AJS’s origins can be traced back to the early 1900’s when the Stevens brothers began producing bikes. Today AJS is a wholly British owned company, manufacturing bikes in China, with the ethos of producing a range of small and medium sized motorcycles which are designed to be eye catching, fun, economical and above all outstanding value for money.
Since 1987 AJP Motos have been designing and hand building off road motorcycles, designed and built with simplicity and durability to the forefront of their intention. Put together with passion by a small, but very knowledgeable and enthusiastic team of engineers, they are essentially trail bikes that can race. Now re-established in the UK with a growing dealer network the UK range consists of three model to suit any customer.
An exciting Italian brand that started out as a scooter manufacturer, but has become known more recently for its race winning sports bikes. They do make a bike for every rider though, from beginners to pro’s, on road, off road, low powered scooters and high powered racers. All Aprilia bikes come with Italian chic and passion as standard.
Formed in 1994, Baotian is already established as a worldwide manufacturer of scooters, with markets in over 100 countries. Baotian UK distributes a range of fully automatic, ‘twist & go’ scooters from 50cc through to 125cc. To compliment great design and value, their products are distributed through a dedicated dealer network offering customers unrivaled support.
BMW produce leading high–performance bikes and cruisers. All have innovative, state of the art technology, with world-class leading performance. Their GS1200 Adventure range, made famous by Ewan and Charlie in the Long Way Round, still tops the sales charts today. From the F650 to the S1000RR all BMW bikes come with class leading quality and performance to match.
CCM Motorcycles was formed in 1971 as a motorcycle manufacturing company by Alan Clews in Bolton, UK. The first motorcycles were built in Alan’s garage at home and CCM Motorcycles have continued to create, develop and manufacture British built motorcycles since.
CPI is a motorcycle brand which encapsulates “everything bike”. Driven by biking enthusiasts, with the aim – to bring the “CPI feeling” to all bikers; whatever, wherever and however they like to ride. The CPI range is designed and hand built in ISO9001 certified facilities, and consists of nearly 30 bikes covering Classic, Street and Sports Scooters, plus City, Retro and MX/Supermoto bikes.
Founded in 1926, Ducati has been producing sport-inspired motorcycles since 1946. Today, their motorcycles are characterised by “Desmodromic” performance engines and breath-taking design. Ducati’s innovative models such as Multistrada, Diavel and the award winning Panigale Superbike family. Most models feature advanced rider systems, traction control and switchable riding modes. These authentic icons of “made in Italy”, together with an extensive range of associated accessories and technical and lifestyle apparel, are available via 35 Ducati dealers nationwide.
In 1985, Narcís Casas and Josep Pibernat, set out on the adventure of creating GAS GAS and manufacturing off-road motorcycles. Since then, the brand has grown to become a benchmark in the manufacture of off-road motorcycles. GAS GAS’s development is based on day-to-day hard work and upholding it’s founders passion with a view to offering the best motorcycles to all enthusiasts.
This range boasts a sporty, yet stylish runner scooters with 50cc and 125cc engines. They also have a more aggressive maxi 3-wheel maxi scooter – The Fuoco.. All their bikes combine cutting edge technology with scooter comfort.
The classic American hog. This is a lifestyle choice that represents freedom and independence. This is about more than just buying a motorcycle. It’s about continuous – technological evolution dressed in 108 years of design heritage and endless customisation opportunities. Check out their 883 range – you’ll be surprised at how affordable a Harley can be.
Herald Motor Co.
Huntingdon-based motorcycle importer and manufacturer, Herald Motor Co., is no longer the industry’s best kept secret. This cult brand has seen increasing numbers of riders converting to the head turning and affordable range of motorbikes, a subtle nod of approval from riders in the know. The Herald Motor Co. rider community are attracted by the nostalgic design of the bikes, the sense of freedom associated with Herald products and the belonging to a brand that stays true to its ethos of authenticity, integrity and attitude. A recent collaboration with Mutt Motorcycles has enabled a more unique strand of the brand to shine through, and as a result, Herald Motor Co. has found itself connecting with a wide variety of sub cultures driven by a love of vintage.
This is a brand that questions the norm. Honda strives to challenge engineering convention – but always manages to stay true to building a reliable bike. Their bikes introduce daring designs for the benefit of the rider and the good of the environment. This is a brand that makes the impossible possible, bringing dreams to reality. Famous for the groundbreaking CBR1000RR Fireblade they have also become famous for entry level bikes in the CB range and a wide range of scooters too. Whatever size or style you want from 125cc right up to 1800cc they’ve got something for you – many class leaders like the CBF125, PCX125 and NC range included!
Indian started out in 1901 building classic American custom bikes in Springfield, Massachusetts and during the 1910s became the largest manufacturer of motorcycles in the world. Indian’s most popular models were the Scout and the Chief. Famed for cruisers they also took the first three places in the 1911 Isle of Man TT!
The Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company went bankrupt in 1953 and it took until 2011 for Polaris Industries to purchase Indian Motorcycles and relocate operations to their HQ in in Minnesota and Iowa. Since August 2013, three motorcycle models that capitalize on Indian’s traditional styling have been built under the Indian name.
Kawasaki create distinctive motorcycles that embody the essence of two–wheel freedom. Whether choosing a bike to commute on, tour on, cruise on, race on, or your first ever motorcycle – Kawasaki has a bike that can reflect your individual style. Known for their Ninja range of supersport bikes they also offer a wide range of Adventure bikes through the Versys range, naked bikes with the Z models and now large capacity scooters with the J300.
Welcome to the world of KSR MOTO!
KSR MOTO Austria is Europe’s newcomer on the scooter and motorcycle market. Within the first years the Austrian manufacturer managed to establish its trademark, which stands for cool design and creative image, in all of Europe. KSR Moto is imported into the UK by Moore Large & Co, a company with a history in the UK Motorcycle market dating back over the last 40 years.
KSR Moto, the new name for Generic scooters and motorcycles, new name, same great bikes.
KTM is a leading manufacturer of motorsports vehicles with a special emphasis on sport-oriented motorcycles that underscore the company’s “Ready to Race” philosophy.
The company, with headquarters in Mattighofen, was re-launched in 1992 with a mission to produce motorcycles of exacting standards of excellence. And while foremost in the offroad racing segment is also constantly expanding its street bike range which are specifically designed to provide a thrilling experience.
In March 1959 Don & Derek Rickman launched the “Rickman Bulbarrow Bombshell” and called it Métisse (French for Mongrel). Engineer Pat French purchased the company’s assets in ’82 and production continued until the mid-90’s when Métisse enthusiast Gerry Lisi put forward a partnership proposal and a new factory was constructed at Carswell, Oxfordshire. There today motorcycle manufacture continues to thrive with the anticipation of the launch of the new Metisse 997 Cafe Racer, due to be launch this year.
Here’s something different for every type of rider. From functionality, to retro and classic looks. This bike has many years of history behind it and the range is from low powered bikes right across the board to 1400cc bikes. This is all about having an alternative view on motorcycling lifestyle.
Nipponia is a company that has been connected with the motorcycle market for over 20 years. Its name derives from the word “Nippon”, which is the native name of Japan. It reflects the company’s early history based in Saitama Japan. In 2012 Nipponia S A and Moore Large joined forces to bring the Nipponia brand to the UK. Working together we aim to bring the consumer a small simple range that offers great reliability and the after sales service they deserve.
Nipponia’s high level of build quality means we are able to offer our 2 year parts and labour warranty on every model in our range. Your warranty is not limited to the first buyer, so if you sell your Nipponia, the warranty is passed on to the new owner meaning you have higher resale value. Remember, Nipponia warranty covers both parts and labour, giving you peace of mind should you experience a problem.
With our all over UK dealer network ready to help you with sales, after sales and maintenance and for the best possible riding experience, contact your Nipponia dealer today to find out more about this exciting new brand.
Norton is a British motorcycle company, founded in 1898 as a manufacturer of “fittings and parts for the two-wheel trade”. After a rocky past in late 2008, Stuart Garner, a UK businessman, bought the rights to Norton and re-launched the company in its Midlands home at Donington Park where it now manufacturers 3 models under the Commando name.
Founded in 1884, Piaggio is one of the world’s leading manufacturers powered two–wheelers. They appeal to the modern individual looking for alternative and practical modes of transport – with a complete range of functional, practical, yet innovative scooters with an Italian flair.
Peugeot has more than a hundred years of experience in the 2-wheeler field. Well known for its unbeatable quality, performance, cutting edge design, durability, minimal environmental impact and importantly, value for money. The Peugeot range offers 50cc Mopeds, 125cc Scooters, large capacity scooters, 3-wheel trikes to name but a few combinations, in a huge array of colours and special editions to appeal to any taste. Its Speedfight range has long been the machine of choice for young riders.
Royal Enfield started building motorcycles back in the late 1800’s and thrived until 1971. In 1990, Enfield India (formed in the 50’s) entered into an alliance with the Eicher Group, and later merged with it in 1994. The Company now exports motorcycles to 42 countries from USA, Japan and UAE, to Korea, Bahrain, UK and europe and many other countries through 40 importers and over 300 dealers across the globe. Their latest model the Café Racer has received some rave reviews
Steeped in history, yet driven by the desire to deliver a really good rider experience. Whether it’s a practical way to commute, or a stylish way to arrive – there’s a Suzuki for you. Their racing pedigree is formed through the iconic GSX-R range and their Bandit models have a following many would be envious of. Today’s range includes everything from scooters to supersport and everything in between.
Renowned for their high quality manufacture Tomos have been based in the Slovenian city of Koper since the company was founded there in the 50’s. Today the contemporary Tomos machine, with its instantly recognisable shape and reputation for ease of riding and maintenance is totally suited to city riders and country dwellers alike.
Formed in 1902 the Triumph name has been renowned for producing class leading machines from first its Coventry and now its Leicester factory. Today with models such as the Street Triple, Tiger and Daytona the company has a model for most tastes and a class leader in many sectors.
The world’s best known and best selling scooter. This is the original scooter. Vespa is a faithful companion to intrepid travellers and hardened commuters alike. A great way to ride and commute in style. A true icon.
Victory Motorcycles, an American motorcycle manufacturer based in Spirit Lake, Iowa, United States, began production in 1998. Its parent company, Polaris Industries, created the firm following the success of Harley-Davidson and their motorcycles are designed to compete directly with them with V-twin engines and touring, sport-touring, and cruiser styles. The first Victory, the V92C, was announced in 1997 and today their range comprises 28 models.
The Watsonian Folding Sidecar Co. was founded in 1912 at Balsall Heath in Birmingham. Since then the company has continued to produce great British sidecars, surviving two world wars, economic boom and bust and a major factory fire in 1930. From 1999 Watsonian Squire distributed Royal Enfield motorcycles in the UK and 2012 decided to re-focus on its core business of sidecar manufacture, although the business continues to sell and service Royal Enfield motorcycles.
From brilliant 50cc scooters starting at just £799 to fantastic 125cc scooters offering style at affordable prices PLUS a great range of bigger bikes too WK bikes are rapidly creating a buzz in the market place. Members of the Industry Association Buy with Confidence scheme they offer a full dealer service with backup and customer care to match meaning peace of mind for customers.
From 50cc mopeds through to all-out supersport bikes, Yamaha has something for everyone. Their R series of supersport bikes has led the way for many years and the 125cc version is one of the best selling models in the country. More recently their MT range has grown in appeal as it offers a comfortable riding position with exciting engine performance in an affordable package. From new riders to experienced old hands Yamaha has something for everyone.
Zontes motorcycles is the export brand of Tayo Motorcycles. Covering in excess of 700 acres the production plant is the largest in Guangdong, producing up to 1 million motorcycles and 2.5 million engines per calendar year. Introduced to the UK in 2011 the current range of learner legal commuter bikes offer a quality and durability not often seen from Chinese producers. Sold via a nationwide network of dealers, all bikes are covered by a two year warranty.