In 2015 everything changed as my Dad was diagnosed with an acute form of Leukaemia (AML).
My Dad passed away in June 2015.
I was now in a quandry with what to do with the business. My Dad and right hand man had gone, we'd just purchased a rare BSA competition trials BB32A - it was on the workbench ready to start.
After quite a bit of soul searching and help from family and friends, I decided to push on with the project - this is something he would have wanted.
In August 2015, I started the BSA BB32A. I had a lot of help from good friends through the first few months which was extremely tough, but I got through it.
I immersed myself in the first project after losing my Dad and looking back it was probably exactly what I needed. I finished the project in early 2016 and decided to contact the editor of The Classic Motorcycle magazine, James Robinson of Mortens Media, to see if they would be interested in doing an article on the bike which they very kindly did.
The article was published in the March 2016 edition and even made the front cover! Hopefully my Dad would have been proud.
I was always taught honesty is the best policy which I believe goes a long way in this day and age. If I am able to help people out I always will whilst, hopefully, earning a living at the same time. I look forward to the future and meeting lots of new Classic Motorcycle friends.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any enquiries. Should you wish to view a motorcycle please call first as this is a small business and not a major dealer. I could be either in the garage working on a bike, picking the kids up from school or be anywhere in the country picking up or delivering a bike!