Here at Holt Motorcycles we carry out all types of motorcycle refurbishments no matter how big or small the work, from mechanical overhauls through to full restoration.
We operate a scheme whereby any restoration project or classic bike work can be undertaken in stages as a 'slow mover'. This allows you, the customer, to effectively 'pay as you 'go' and in turn means we can offer discounted labour charges. We keep you informed at all stages and we encourage you to be part of the project by visiting us, to see your work progressing. This allows you to become involved with the project - without just being presented with a bill at the end. Also, you will be more able to understand the costs involved and therefore can budget accordingly.
We have successfully 'breathed life' back into several classic bikes most recently a 1953 Francis Barnet, complete mechanical overhaul, two BMW R80 Air Cooled Twin valves one of which had a complete overhaul, an early Kawasaki ZXR750 and a little Raleigh Wisp, whilst also completing smaller work on many other bikes.
Paul, our classic bike mechanic, spearheads British bikes and early 'smaller' Japanese bikes.
Paul is also very adept at electrical issues and re-wiring.
Jamie (owner) concentrates mainly on the European and later larger Japanese machines. However, they do work very closely together on all bikes irrespective of their origins. We also have Jon who is our sales assistant and fronts the shop most Saturdays who is also very passionate about Classic motorcycles, both Paul and Jon own several of their own machines and ride them often. Our small team love's classic bikes and there is nothing more rewarding than to see these bikes back on the road being used.
Please contact us on 01263 502308
or email email@example.com
or better still pop in and see us for a chat, with Paul and Jon being present most Saturdays.
You will receive a very warm welcome and be under no obligation!
Monday to Thursday: 9 to 5:30pm
Friday we are open to 7pm
And Saturday’s we’re here: 9 to 3pm
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