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

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COTSWOLD ROYAL ENFIELD

COTSWOLD ROYAL ENFIELD

Watsonian is the official Royal Enfield 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. More »

 
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Royal Enfield Pegasus Limited Edition

banner-deskCreated as a tribute to the Flying Flea – Royal Enfield’s tough 125cc motorcycle designed to be deployed behind enemy lines via parachute – this commemorative model is being manufactured in a limited production run of 1,000.

Created as a tribute to the Flying Flea – Royal Enfield’s tough 125cc motorcycle designed to be deployed behind enemy lines via parachutes, this commemorative model is being manufactured in a limited production run of 1,000.

Based on the well-established Classic 500, the Pegasus carries the insignia of British airborne troops and a unique serial number stenciled on the fuel tank, reminiscent of War Department vehicles.

Other changes from standard include a pair of canvas saddle-bags, brown hand grips and a leather retaining strap for the battery.

Available in a choice of Service Brown and Olive Drab Green, with blacked out silencers, priced at £5,199, demand is sure to exceed supply.

Contact us ASAP to express your interest.

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Bobber job by Watsonian

Bobber-GP700-front_webTriumph’s Bonneville has been a firm favourite with sidecar enthusiasts since its launch in 2001, and Watsonian now offer a fitting kit for the new Bobber range too.

Designed and made in Watsonian’s Cotswolds factory, the Bobber kit consists of four attachment arms, tailored to ensure optimum load paths and triangulation for the sidecar – essential for a stable and secure outfit.

The kit is suitable all models in the current Watsonian range, from the lightweight Meteor on a platform chassis to the wide-body GP700, sitting in a perimeter frame. The Bobber is pictured fitted to a Watsonian Grand Prix, which has been in production since the 1960s and can trace its design back to the Watsonian Sports sidecar of 1930