Classic Bike Spares
Classic Bike Spares specialises in spare parts for classic Triumph, Norton and BSA motorcycles. We carry over 4,000 parts, and we are continually increasing our range. If it’s not on the shelf, we can soon get it for you – or try to! We stock genuine reproduction parts, including:
- Amal carburettors
- Lucas electrical components
- Boyer and Tri-Spark ignition systems
- Devon Wheel Company and CWC rims and spokes
- Venhill and Doherty cables
- Hepolite and LF Harris pistons and rings
- Norvil and RGM Norton parts
- MCA-Aston BSA parts
- LF Harris Triumph parts
- Classic Transfers decals
- RK Leighton seats
- A good stock of CEI bolts and nuts
The majority of our parts are made in England.
We also sell Alton electric starter kits for Norton Commandos, and Alton generators to fit a wide range of vintage and classic British bikes, including AJS Matchless, Norton, Triumph, Vincent, Velocette and BSA. We also supply BSA Goldstar starter kits.
This website is still a work in progress. When you consider how many bits there are on a bike, you’ll appreciate what a huge task it is to list them all. We will continue to add makes and models as quickly as we can, so please keep checking back. In the meantime, enter the part number or name in the search box, send us an email, or give us a call.
Ross and Adele
Ross Goodman has been riding and restoring classic British motorcycles for fifty years – as a hobby, a passion, and a profession. He is a mechanical engineer, and until 2013 worked for the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney as a Transport Conservator, involved in the restoration and maintenance of steam locomotives, trucks, cars and motorcycles.
Adele Mitchell has owned and operated businesses in Sydney for over 20 years, trading in store and online. After moving from Sydney to Paterson in the Hunter Valley, Ross and Adele decided to start a new venture – Classic Bike Spares – combining Ross’ knowledge of Classic British motorcycles and Adele’s business experience.
Ross and Adele met back in 1979 when they were both involved in the Motorcycle Riders Association (MRA). It was a time when politicians were trying to legislate motorcycles off the road, so we were involved in lots of meetings and protest rides. There were many issues to fight, and it united motorcyclists for the benefit of all. We also worked hard to change the public’s perception of motorcyclists and make drivers more motorcycle aware. We organised Toy Runs for the Salvation Army and Motorcycle Awareness campaigns. It wasn’t all hard work though – we had plenty of opportunities to ride our bikes, visiting the many MRA branches throughout NSW and attending motorcycle rallies. It was an enjoyable time in our lives and we made some lasting friendships.
People ask us, why the bull terrier? Bull terriers, like British motorcycles, may not be considered pretty by everybody, but they have that “special thing” that makes them different. Some call it attitude, personality, or just their own little foibles. Yes, a British motorcycle may leak a little oil and rattle sometimes. And a bull terrier may be stubborn and give you that “what’s in it for me” look. But these are the things which give them both character, that make them unique and so totally different from your standard Japanese ricecake or your labrador (no offence to lab owners!).
What people say about us
“Got the cable 9.30am Monday. It fits perfect. So good to talk and deal with someone who knows what they are talking about. I will be buying all my parts for my Bonnie from you in the future. Thanks so much for your help and service.”
Bill from Nambucca Heads
Thank you, all parts have arrived and fit perfect. Excellent service and very happy customer.”
Anton from Perth
“Thank you for your time and patience with this order, it is much appreciated. Rest assured I will pass on my recommendations on your service. If you are ever down this way feel free to call as I would love to shout you a frothy or two.”
Rob from Echuca
“Many thanks. You guys are great with exceptionally fast delivery.”
Kie from Bella Vista