We have dedicated stores for Aprilia, Ducati, Kawasaki, KTM, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio, Vespa, Gilera and Kawasaki offering the full range of products and highest level of service for all these brands.
We also have a large clothing and accessories area in order to meet any equipment needs you may have.
Key Features and Finance Offersread more
Key Features and Finance Offerread more
This alternative option offers 3.9% APR finance over 36 months. Requires a minimum deposit of 20%. With starting repayments at £161 per month with a deposit of only £1,367, this scheme offers an affordable and accessible purchase option for a Moto Guzzi V7. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authorityread more
This 0% APR finance offers customers a 24 month plan with repayments of £199 per month. The Moto GuzziV7 is consistently voted as the best looking and performing Retro style machine against the main competitors. On the upper limit of “A2 Licence” specs the V7 range also offers new riders a stylish entry into motorcycling. […]read more
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We will be holding our Annual Open Day for Aprilia, Moto Guzzi, Piaggio, Vespa & Gilera on 11th May 2013.
On the day we will have competitions with great prizes to be won. We will also have some of the 2013 models available to test ride on the day so please call and arrange a time as we will be busy on the day.read more
It’s been the perfect weekend for Aprilia Racing at Phillip Island, the first round of 2013 Superbike World Championship. Race1 is a complete Aprilia podium takeover with the first, second and third places of Guintoli, Laverty (Aprilia Racing) and Fabrizio (Team Red Devils). Frenchman Sylvain Guintoli took a race win on his debut race with […]read more
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News released January 14th 2013 – 12:00noon Sylvain Guintoli says he has had little difficulty getting to grips with the ‘efficient’ Aprilia RSV4 as he prepares for his first World Superbike Championship season with the Italian marque. After much rumour and speculation, Guintoli was eventually revealed as the replacement for outgoing champion Max Biaggi at […]read more
Aprilia believes that MotoGP has a ‘big chance’ to seize upon its recent structural changes and attract more manufacturers back into the sport.read more