Posted by Watsonian Squire, on November 20, 2016.
Britain’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 […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on November 1, 2016.
Mary Berry is the latest in a long line of celebrities to take to the road in a Watsonian sidecar. The star of The Great British Bake Off was taken for a spin by TV chef and keen motorcyclist James Martin, who she’ll be joining for his forthcoming television series on Food Network. Watsonian have […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on September 22, 2016.
Penelope Keith – star of The Good Life & To The Manor Born – paid us a visit during filming for her Hidden Villages series on Channel Four. She certainly enjoyed her first trip in a chair and the producers uncovered some fabulous vintage footage of Watsonian sidecars from the 1920s and 1950s. Click here to […]Read more
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