Click and Collect now availableChoose click and collect as your shipping method in the checkout. Your order will then be picked and packed for you to collect from our showroom during our opening hours at the address at the bottom of this website.
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We would like to re-assure our customers that during these uncertain times Hitchcocks Motorcycles are working hard to ensure that we offer our normal high level of service to the best of our ability with our current reduced staff level. The mail order is largely unaffected although it is possible to certain destinations there may be the occasional delay.
We are open for online and telephone orders.
To protect our staff we have had to turn our showroom into a temporary packing area to allow distancing within the workspace. Therefore we regret our counter remains closed to the public until further notice but we are operating a click and collect facility.Click here for more details.
Many thanks for your understanding, Allan & Jo Hitchcock
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2006 Hanbury Scramble
Sunday the 10th September 2006, the 5th round of the British Classic Scrambles Championship was held at Hanbury in Worcestershire. Although not entered in the championship, we decided to take this opportunity to resurrect our old Royal Enfield Hill Climber. We built a new engine using our 612cc performance kit, this was totally standard apart from the use of a Royal Enfield Fury “Bighead” with a 36mm Amal carburetter.
We had a new local rider, Richard White, who is well known amongst the modern bikes, but this was his first time he had competed in a pre 65 scramble. For its first outing we were really pleased with its 5th, 4th and 3rd positions throughout the day.
Richard White has now been bitten by the bug and would like to compete in the British Classic Championship in 2007. We will be competing against some very experienced riders and well sorted fast bikes, so we have a busy winter ahead developing and testing. Watch this space for further news.