Posted by Dan Sager, on December 24, 2018.
We are taking a short break to celebrate our busiest year in the factory since 2009 and will return on 2nd January 2019. In the meantime we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Yearf rom everyone at Watsonian Sidecars.Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on November 25, 2018.
The new 2019 Watsonian Sidecars brochures are out now. Covering the 2019 range, with additional flyers for the popular Grand Prix range and well as the Meteor/Zanzara and Monza/Flight, they are available to download from our BROCHURES page. If you would like a print copy, please send us an email with your name and postal […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on November 16, 2018.
Inspired by the British company’s trials sidecar of 1950, the new Watsonian International is the perfect partner for the modern breed of adventure sport bikes. Launched in 1938, with a lightweight all-aluminium body, production of the original International was interrupted by the Second World War and it was not available to the public until 1950, […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on October 26, 2018.
Motorcycle Live – the UK’s biggest bike exhibition, where you can see all the new models – is at the NEC from 17-25 November. Last year we launched the Flight and displayed a modular platform chassis concept, that created quite a stir. We’re working on some fresh designs for this year’s event and look forward […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on September 26, 2018.
Automatic bikes are becoming an increasingly popular choice to power sidecar outfits. Two automatic combinations that have recently rolled out of our Cotswold factory are a Suzuki Burgman 400 paired with a compact GP Manx and the distinctive Honda-DN-01 matched to a Monza sports touring sidecar. “Automatic motorcycles and maxi scooters appeal to customers who […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on August 30, 2018.
Watsonian’s GP700 sidecar offers extra carrying capacity for owners of the Triumph Rocket III. Powered by the biggest production motorcycle engine to date, the 2.3 litre Triumph has plenty of grunt for sidecar hauling, while the wide body GP700 will carry an adult, or two children, in comfort, with plenty of space for luggage in […]Read more