Australian & NZ Motorcycles

Australia and New Zealand Motorcycle Dealers

Arqin Motorcycles Pty Ltd
Unit 1/ 6 Church Rd Moorebank NSW Australia 2170
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Established in 2007 as a scooter importer.

Action Motorcycles
The firm first opened around 1983 in Wentworth Ave, Sydney, a few doors up from Sydney Motorcycle Wreckers, and moved across the road into premises previously occupied by a long-established motorcycle firm at 74 Wentworth Avenue. They opened another store in Parramatta in the building Brian Collins built. The Suzuki dealer entered receivership around July 2014. amd Wentworth Ave, which was the hub of motorcycling in Sydney for many decades, had lost its last but one motorcycle shop. Only MCAS, an accessory store, remained.

Burling and Simmons was a BSA and Harley-Davidson dealer in Parramatta Road Arncliffe, Sydney. They sold Benelli in the early 70s.

Bennett & Barkell

Bennett & Barkell (B&B Motorcycles)

Bennett & Wood

Bennett & Wood

Hazell and Moore

36-38 Campbell St, Sydney, and Hunter St. West, Newcastle.

Hazell and Moore

Eric Moore Ltd

42 Campbell St, Sydney.

Ariel dealers, 1937

Modern Motorcycles

44 Campbell St, Sydney.

Royal Enfield dealers, 1937

P. & R. Williams Pty. Ltd.

74-78 Wentworth Ave., Sydney.

Panther dealers, 1937

McCrae & Pascoe

Elizabeth St Melbourne

McCrae & Pascoe

Top Rider Motorcycles (owner died by his own hand in 1980s); previously named Ryde Motorcycles, probably. Located intersection of Lane Cove and Blaxland Roads Top Ryde.

Lester Morris worked at Omodies and later at Ryde Motor Cycles. He used to describe modified bikes as "hotter than a stove bolt" and said to the buyer of a BSA Goldstar that it used a 44 gallon drum for a carby slide. ~

Bert Flood, Box Hill, Melbourne.

Jim Airey, Fairfield, Sydney
Previously Baglee & Weston, cycle dealers.

Northcott at Blacktown NSW, Suzuki dealer.

Ryans, Parramatta. Paddy Ryan was a household name in motorcycling for decades. He began business in 1939 at Ryan and Honey, in the Golburn St/Wentworth Ave area. His impressive collection of vintage motorcycles included a Quirk's Mona and a 1912 Triumph.

Superb Cycles, Church St Parramatta, opposite the Rivoli dance hall. AJS dealer in the 1950s.

Brian Collins Their original shop became Action Motorcycles Parramatta.

Redfern motorcycles was the first Harley dealer in Australia. They sold the Harley franchise to Burling & Simmons (Burlo's, or Burglars and Stealers) The owner of Redfern Motocycles was often seen an HD (or poss Indian) combination. One of the machines in his small collection was a flat twin HD.

Morgan & Wacker

Advertised as "the world's oldest Harley-Davidson dealer outside the USA", by 2019 the Brisbane firm had been trading for 115 years.

Peter Stevens

Venerable Melbourne establishent. (Feb 2020)

Jim Eade sold Laverda in the 70s. The premises was occupied by Classic Allparts around 2015 before they moved to rural NSW.

George Heggie

Mick Hone Motorcycles

Modak Motorcycles
Address: 299 Elizabeth St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Established in the 1930s.