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About Colchester Motorcycle Breakers
Colchester Breakers has been in business since 1984 where the company strategy included buying out smaller motorcycle breakers for the stock.
This has meant that the company stock holding is extensive and hugely diverse in that it has broken most models of Japanese and European motorcycles of all years.
Colchester Breakers actively continues to buy all makes, models and conditions of motorcycles from mint to salvage – including MOT failures, crashed, damaged, non-starters, and even stock from other motorbike breakers. Over the past 25 years we have built up a large stock, and can usually source bike parts that we don’t have.
We have an extensive range of used motorbike spares in stock, covering all makes and models of motorbike. Whether it’s Aprilia, Cagiva, Derbi, Ducati, Gilera, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, MV Augusta, Piaggio, Suzuki, Triumph, Vespa, Yamaha, or pretty much any other make of motorbike, we’re likely to have the right used spares for you!
We break and dismantle whole bikes, and our used motorbike spares stock includes alternators, brake parts, engine spares, exhausts, forks, frames, plastics, wheels, and much more!
Managing the business, alongside owner Ian Stewart, is motorcycle breaking guru Carl Morley, probably the most experienced motorcycle breaking expert in the country, who has worked for Colchester Breakers for over 25 years as well as Ian’s son Greg Stewart.
Colchester Motorcycle Breakers are delighted to announce that they’ll be supporting Tom Oliver of SGR Racing competing on a Yamaha R6 in the British Supersport Championship. Colchester Motorcycle Breakers have a long history in motorcycle racing with director Ian Stewart a former club champion having run and been involved over the years with teams up to British Superbike level. Tom Oliver and SGR Racing are currently lying 3rd in the championship with an impressive 4th and a third in the opening round at Donington Park.
ATF (AUTHORISED TREATMENT FACILITY)
Did you know that if you’re scrapping your motorbike it MUST be taken to an ATF (Authorised Treatment Facility) by law?
We are proud to be fully licensed in order to keep the environment a better and safer place by depolluting scrap motorcycles in a way that doesn’t harm the environment. Once your motorcycle has been scrapped, we will notify the DVLA by producing a NOD (Notification of Destruction).
If you have an insurance write off motorbike make sure you are legally disposing your motorbike by bringing it to Colchester Breakers.