Posted by Watsonian Squire, on September 16, 2016.
The latest outfit to roll out of the Watsonian factory is a Triumph Bonneville T100 paired with a wide-body GP700 sidecar. The torquey 67 HP twin is well suited to sidecar work and modern Bonnevilles are one of the most popular choices for Watsonian customers, both in the UK and overseas. The GP700,is a wide-bodied […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on August 30, 2016.
Watsonian have developed a kit to match their popular GP Manx sidecar with the Vespa GTS & GTV scooters. With a 300 cc engine delivering 22 HP and 22.3 Nm of torque, the Vespa GTS is well-suited to sidecar work, however finding suitable attachment points is challenging. Watsonian developed a special chassis and sub-frame to […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on July 6, 2016.
Watsonian have developed a sidecar fitting kit for Triumph’s new T120 Bonneville. Modern Bonnevilles have been to most popular choice of motorcycle for the British manufacturer’s sidecars since their launch in 2000, thanks to their classic styling, low centre of gravity and torquey parallel twin engine. Powered by a bigger 1200cc liquid cooled motor, the […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on November 28, 2015.
Watsonian launched a new sidecar for 2016 at Motorcycle Live. The Zanzara is a version of the lightweight Meteor sidecar, designed to be fitted to the GTS 250/300 scooters from Vespa. Zanzara is the Italian word for mosquito, a reference to the sidecar body, which was originally based on the shape of reserve fuel tanks from the […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on March 23, 2015.
Watsonian Sidecars helped the Women’s Institute to celebrate its centenary, providing transport for their local WI to carry a specially commissioned baton in a national relay. Moreton-in-Marsh WI arrived in a fire engine and handed the baton to former president of Blockley WI Sheila Weir, who delivered it to the neighbouring village of Ebrington in […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on October 5, 2014.
Watsonian have paired their classic Meteor sidecar with a Royal Enfield Continental GT cafe racer to create a retro outfit with pedigree. Based on a design dating back to 1946, the original Meteor was built using redundant aircraft reserve fuel tanks, which were made from stretched and spun plywood. The body shell of the modern […]Read more