Tuesday was a long day with Tom needing his two bikes collected from New Milton, Hampshire, where they’ve been in storage whilst he and his wife moved house, and taken to Tonbridge. First on to the van was his custom built Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide ‘Bagger’ that’s been decommissioned so had no fluids in it or a battery as he’s now putting it on display in his games room, followed by his Triumph Bonneville cafe racer, no photo as I forgot, that’s still a runner as he’ll be using this one from now on. Thanks to both Chris at Aramuna Car Storage and Tom when I arrived at his for their help building a shallower ramp with extra car ramps and wood to get the very low Harley on and off the van with no power to pump up the air suspension.
It’s that time of the year again and the award ceremonies are here, and I’m very proud to announce that Outlaw Motorbike Transport has won The Corporate Live Wire South England Prestige Awards: Motorcycle Transport Company of the Year 2023/24 for the third consecutive year.
A pleasure to speak with you and great to have the opportunity to share the good news over the phone!
You have done a fantastic job, you should be very proud 😊
As brushed upon I am extremely pleased to announce that you have been successful in winning Motorcycle Transport Company of the Year – South England (Kent) , congratulations!
Monday was a double bike day with my first delivery being this Honda CB500 collected from Ben in Downswood, Maidstone going to Maidstone Honda for a full service and MOT after the bike had been standing for nearly 4 years. From there I went over to Laguna Motorcycles, Hart Street to collect this brand new 73 plate KTM 1190 Super Adventure going to its new owner Max in Wooten Bassett, Swindon which will be replacing his 18 plate Super Adventure.
Friday was another job for Laguna Motorcycles with this Suzuki Bandit 650, sold through their EBay shop, going to its new owner Paul in Chislehurst. Paul has bought the bike as a non runner to give himself a winter project to keep busy and out of the way whilst his daughter and grandson are staying with them.
Thursday was another job for Laguna Motorcycles with this 22 plate Aprilia Tuono 660 Factory going from Laguna Hart Street to its new owner Mel in Cobham, Surrey. Mel was at work when I delivered her bike so her dad took delivery and signed for the bike on her behalf.