I thought I should update everyone on our current status.
We are open and intend to continue as long as possible. We want to be able to support ‘Key Workers’ to enable them to get around and continue their invaluable work and to do this we are offering them a discount on our already low labour rates.
As far as our working environment is concerned, I am a ‘one man band’, I work on my own in the workshop so I will not be infecting anyone at work. When bikes are dropped off, I maintain ‘Social Distancing’ of at least two meters, to keep myself and my customers safe.
We are here to help everyone make the best of the enforced time off and get those jobs sorted ready for a full return to activity we all
It has been the subject of much discussion on the internet about whether or not we should continue to ride. I feel that keeping ourselves covered (Helmet & gloves etc) and NOT congregating in groups, large OR small, will reduce the risk of spreading the infection.
Although motorcycling is a generally social activity, in the current situation I feel we should keep everyone as safe as possible but also, we should not forget the mental health benefits’, when you consider the benefits of motorcycling, the fresh air and the surge of endorphins that riding provides.
Stay Safe, Stay Well (Mentally as well as physically)
As part of our drive to improve customer service, we are pleased to accept debit / credit cards (Sorry No American Express)
We are proud to announce that we are now able to offer full service, repairs and diagnostics on Hinckley Triumph motorcycles.
So, if you own a Hinkley Triumph or know someone who does, please feel free to contact us and let your friends know of the new service we provide.
We have had a wide selection of new visitors to the workshop over the past few weeks.......................... from a technically brilliant but completely bonkers 200 BHP S1000RR, a pristine Kawasaki Z1000SX, a 2.3 litre monster of a Triumph Rocket 3, a more sedate but still special Harley 883 Superlow and then there is THE BEAST formerly a K1100RS, but now as I am sure you will agree something completely different.
S1000RR Zero to OMG in a blur
2,300cc of attitude
Nice bike, nice scenery
A much loved Harley 883 Superlow
Should be kept chained
down and fed raw meat !!!!
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We are proud to support our Armed Forces and Emergency Services by offering them a discount off our already very reasonable hourly rate.
Please ask for details.
Eric Anderson t/a ECM Motorcycles (Sole Trader)