It is possible to fit a sidecar to most motorcycles that have a conventional tubular steel frame and for other designs, e.g. BMW R1100/1150 GS and Piaggio PX200 scooter, we produce special sub-frames.
Fitting a sidecar is an art – you need to consider where to attach it to the motorcycle, wheel lead, toe-in and lean-out – and we offer an in-house fitting service for both new and used sidecars.
Whether buying parts for a project or a kit for a specific bike, please contact us first to discuss your requirements.
Parts are available for our current range of sidecars. Some can be purchased off the shelf, while others need to be made to order by skilled craftspeople. We will give you an approximate delivery date when you order.
Parts for most fibreglass-bodied sidecars, with the exception of the Mk1 Monaco and Bambini, are still available. Some can be purchased off the shelf, while others need to be made to order by skilled craftspeople. We will give you an approximate delivery date when you order.
Production of Squire sidecars ceased in 2016, largely due to the fact that many parts were no longer available. Apart from screens, hoods and tonneau covers, it is no longer possible to supply most parts.
Parts for pre-1960 models, including all coach-build bodies and V series chassis, are no longer available. These sidecars have been out of production for more than 50 years; either the tooling is worn out or the suppliers have ceased trading.
Please note that we cannot provide technical drawings of our products or respond to requests for these. This would be an expensive service to provide, because we would need to charge for the work involved at our standard workshop rates. Also, since parts for obsolete models are no longer available, it would be of limited value.