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Scooter Servicing

Both sites are mot centres

Both our Manchester and Blackburn Showrooms are able to provide a comprehensive scooter servicing facility operated by our factory trained Piaggio Technicians.
At our service centres we are able to service all Piaggio, Vespa and Gilera scooters plus all other models of scooters and motorcycles.
Manchester and Blackburn workshops are fully authorised MOT providers and both our Blackburn and Manchester technicians are approved data Tool Alarm and Immobiliser installers.
‘While you wait’ servicing and courtesy scooters are available by arrangement at both our sites, but must always be pre-booked.
Should specialised transportation of scooters or motorcycles be required then this can also be arranged.

BLACKBURN SERVICING SUPPORT

Opening Hours
Tuesday – Sat 9am – 6pm
Sun – Mon – Closed

01254 277133

MANCHESTER SERVICING SUPPORT

Opening Hours
Tuesday – Saturday 9am – 6pm
Sunday – Monday – Closed

0161 708 2638

We have parts for Triumph, Piaggio, Gilera and Vespa in stock at both our Blackburn and Manchester store. All items not in stock can usually be obtained by next day delivery. Our parts departments have years of experience in the motorcycle industry and from our roots as motorcycle breakers we are aware of how critical the supply of parts is. Should your motorcycle be off the road for whatever reason then we will keep you informed of the progress on any back ordered items.
Due to our high levels of expertise within the parts business we are able to supply parts for most machines that have been manufactured within the last 20 years. We also supply a large range of pattern brake pads, discs, batteries and most hard parts that may be required. We appreciate that as your machine ages and isn’t under warranty, that you may wish to use a cheaper route. However, it is always interesting when dealing with a manufacturer such as Triumph, that when questioned why a certain brake pads has changed, the reason why is generally that an improvement has been made to the compound of the pad.