TF Watson produced his first sidecar in 1912

TF Watson produced his first sidecar in 1912

Watsonian, the company he founded, has been hand-building sidecars in the Heart of England ever since. More »

Sidecars

Sidecars

Our company is a unique amalgamation of the oldest and best-known sidecar manufacturer, Watsonian, and the most successful of modern producers, Squire. More »

URAL OUTFITS

URAL OUTFITS

Watsonian is the official Ural dealer for the Cotswolds and West of England. Built in Siberia since the 1940s, these sturdy outfits are powered by a 750cc flat twin. More »

COTSWOLD ROYAL ENFIELD

COTSWOLD ROYAL ENFIELD

Styled in the image of its 1955 namesake, the 500cc Bullet offers classic motorcycling with a modern reliability and brakes. Watsonian is the official dealer for the Cotswolds. More »

Used Sidecars

Used Sidecars

If you’re thinking of buying or selling a used sidecar, we’d like to hear from you. We specialise in Watsonian and Squire sidecars – both modern and classic – but we’ll consider other makes too More »

 
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New Sidecar Brochure

screenshot-2016-12-14-at-00-12-02The new Watsonian sidecar brochure is out now and there are also separate fact sheets for the Meteor & Monza models and the popular Grand Prix range (including the best-selling Manx).

You can download a copy by clicking on the the links below.

If you would prefer us to send you a printed copy, please Contact Us by phone or email and we’ll pop a copy in the post.

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Flight of the Sidecars at Motorcycle Live

flight-mclBritain’s oldest sidecar manufacturer launches its newest design at Motorcycle Live.

Watsonian Squire celebrates its 105th birthday in 2017 and will introduce a brand new model to mark the occasion.

The Flight is a single seat sidecar with clean modern lines, designed to suit contemporary motorcycles. Measuring 2000 mm long by 980 mm wide, its body shell is moulded from fibreglass, with a durable and low-maintenance polished gelcoat finish.

There is plenty of room for the passenger, who sits on a fully upholstered seat, shielded by a wide polycarbonate screen, in the 590 mm wide cockpit. There is a generous 1350 mm of legroom and the seat tilts forward to reveal a large boot space (430 x 670 x 450 mm).

Watsonian developed a totally new platform chassis for the Flight, with a 15” cast alloy wheel and automotive type transverse swinging arm suspension, with hydraulic shock absorber, for a smooth ride.

The prototype is attached to a 900cc Yamaha Tracer using a tubular subframe specifically designed for the motorcycle, since it is not possible to bolt the ‘arms’ from the sidecar chassis directly onto the bike’s diamond frame. Total weight of the sidecar is approximately 80 kg.

The Watsonian Flight will sell for £5,195- including VAT.