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.
20% OFF ALL TYRES - OFFER ENDS 22ND MARCH USE TYRE20 PROMOCODE IN THE CHECKOUT
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.
Our counter remains closed to the public until further notice but we have re-opened our click and collect facility.Click here for more details.
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End to End 2004
The start - Lands End 4.00am June 5th 2004. In 1964 Royal Enfield developed a 5speed sports motorcycle called the "Continental GT". As a promotion for its launch they wanted to show the world what their new model was capable of. For this, Royal Enfield devised a 24-hour sprint where 5 riders would ride from John O'Groats to Lands End. On the way they planned a stop at Oulton Park where Geoff Duke would ride several laps and also a stop off at Silverstone where John Cooper would do the same. Unfortunately due to an Iced up track, Geoff Duke never got to ride at Oulton Park, but John Cooper rode several laps at Silverstone with a fastest lap of 73mph. Not bad for a 250 road bike in 1964.
Now 40 years on, Allan Hitchcock recreated this epic journey. Not on the original Continental GT, but instead on one of the new Royal Enfield Bullets dressed up with the GT specification.