Posted by Watsonian Squire, on May 4, 2018.
Triumph’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 – […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on March 29, 2018.
Watsonian sidecars now available to fit new Indian Chief Vintage. Watsonian’s range of British-built sidecars are now available to fit the current Indian Chief Vintage. Big capacity American V-twins are a well-established favourite for sidecar use, thanks to their torquey motors, but until now the only fitting kits Watsonian has produced to attach its sidecars […]Read more
Posted by Dan Sager, on January 26, 2018.
Watsonian Sidecars offer a variety of modifications to allow riders with a disability to continue to enjoy the freedom and independence of motorcycling. Fitting a sidecar holds a motorcycle upright, making it a practical proposition for riders experiencing mobility issues with their feet or legs. However, it is also possible to make significant changes to […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on September 22, 2017.
Designed to suit contemporary motorcycles, the Flight is a single seat sports sidecar, with clean modern lines, 15” alloy wheel and advanced suspension. Measuring 2000 mm long by 980 mm wide, its body shell is moulded from glass fibre, with a durable and low-maintenance polished gelcoat finish. There is plenty of room for the passenger, […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on September 5, 2017.
With more than a century of experience, Watsonian sidecars can be fitted to many motorcycles that are now considered to be classics. The Cotswold manufacturer, which celebrates its 105th birthday this year, recently paired one of its popular Grand Pix sidecars with a BSA A7 Shooting star. Introduced in 1966, the Grand Prix was made […]Read more
Posted by Watsonian Squire, on June 20, 2017.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is the latest in a long line of celebrities to take a seat in a Watsonian sidecar. The interior designer arrived at a building site in Gloucestershire in a Ducati Scrambler/Watsonian Manx outfit during filming for DIY SOS: The Big Build. The prime time television programme, now in its 28th series, is broadcast […]Read more