The current crisis has, as is alluded to in the editorial on page 2, brought forth the point that we have a vast aftermarket industry in the UK for classic motorcycles, and it’s one that has, in general, continued to supply parts and materials for our projects and complete bikes throughout the crisis.
Kingpin Components is a prime example as not only does it have an expansive array of replica parts, spares and materials, but it is also continuing to expand its range regularly.
The latest additions include engine plates for prewar lightweight Triumphs (pictured) and clear hooter horn brackets and footrest hangers for the Norton D-shape footrest rubbers.
With a view to continual expansion of the product range the company is always open to new ideas and if you are struggling to find parts for your project please visit the website and get in touch.
The company’s recently rejuvenated website can be found at www.kingpincomponents.co.uk
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