Posted by Dan Sager, on September 10, 2022.
Watsonian now have a fitting kit to attach a sidecar to the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Twin. The British sidecar manufacturer has been a Royal Enfield dealer for more than 20 years and already produces fitting kits for the Interceptor 650, Meteor 350, Himalayan and 500cc single cylinder models. Designed and built in Watsonian’s […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on July 15, 2022.
Harley-Davidson dropped sidecars from their range in 2011, but the all-American bikes are still a popular choice for Watsonian’s customers. The latest outfit to roll out of the British sidecar company’s Cotswolds factory pairs their GP700 with an Electra Glide Ultra Classic. “Harleys have been one of the top three choices with our customers for […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on March 17, 2022.
Business is booming at Watsonian Sidecars, who have added a fitting kit for the new Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster to their extensive range. The British sidecar manufacturer celebrates its 110th birthday this year and reports a 50% increase in demand compared to pre-pandemic levels. Managing Director Ben Matthews says that product development is key to the […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on December 13, 2021.
Watsonian Sidecars have expanded their range of fitting kits to include an option for the new Royal Enfield 350 Meteor. The British sidecar manufacturer has been in business since 1912 – nearly as long as Royal Enfield has been making motorcycles (1901) – and already produces fitting kits for their most popular models, including the […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on November 23, 2021.
We’ll be bringing a selection of our most popular sidecars to Motorcycle Live, which returns to the NEC from 4th – 12th DECEMBER this year. There’s lots to see and do at this year’s show, including more than 50 motorcycle manufacturers (from Ariel to Zontes). And if you fancy trying something new, there are indoor […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on August 26, 2021.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of our lightweight Prescott sidecar, which was introduced in 1946 as a stop-gap, because materials to build existing models were in short supply. Initially made using a batch of surplus RAF Mosquito reserve fuel tanks, production ceased when these were no longer available, but it was revived half a […]Read more