Welcome to the home of Classic British Motorcycles, based in the heart of the country, Derbyshire. Trade Classic Bikes was set up by Motorcycle Enthusiast, Richard, for the sole purpose of being able to supply Classic British Motorcyclists with New & Used Spare Parts to keep their machines on the road as they should be.
To search for a particular part, enter the O.E. number in the search box above.
"Any parts which show as 'Out Of Stock' please send me an email as they maybe available"
I supply the following Classic British Motorcycle Makes:
I supply the following Brands of Products (Amongst others):
*£25 Cash Back. When Quoting Dealer Ref No: G2605. This offer applies to NEW POLICIES & NOT RENEWALS, POLICIES MUST RUN FOR A MINIMUM OF 16 DAYS, ANY POLICIES CANCELLED WITHIN 14 DAYS DO NOT QUALIFY FOR THE £25 Cash Back. The Cash Back is through Trade Classic Bikes & NOT Bikesure. (Cash Back will be made once i have comfirmation of policy from Bikesure)
Bikesure Insurance:- QUOTE Ref: G2605*
Free Landline Number: 0808 503 4349.
New Customer Quotations: 0333 272 6443
Any enquiries about parts required, please use the 'Email Form' at the bottom of the page.
Tel: 01773 856287 or 07815 087445.
Place of interest for any motorcyclist:
National Motorcycle Museum
TEL: 01675 443311
The museum is fantastic for everyone whether new to motorcycling, restoring or just have a passion for all things motorcycles, it's a must see. They have a 'Friends' of the museum scheme, which gives members 'Workshop' sessions, 'Try a Bike' day, discounts in the shops and canteen and free entry to the museum for a year. Having joined myself I can recommend it, I have attended 'Workshop' session with guest speaker 'Rick Parkington' from the Classic Bike Magazine. This was an inspiration listening to someone else's hints and tips and how to overcome them. An excellent day out, these are held several times throughout the year. The 'Try A Bike' day is a brilliant way to ride Classic Motorcycles straight from the museum itself, these include 'Early Hand Change to later models such as Triumph Bonneville & BSA Royal Star' bikes.
As you all know, the Covid-19 Virus has made this year a complete disaster for businesses, our way of life, hobbies and interests. It has been particularly devastating to the National Motorcycle Museum, being shut to everyone since April 2020. It is a worry because if things get any worse the Museum will be forced to part with some of the collection of motorcycles, that's even if it is able to recover enough to reopen in the future, it desparately needs our help, you can help by clicking on the link:
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