Closed until Government guide lines allow retail shops to open.
IMPORTANT CUSTOMER NOTICE.
MOT from 30/03/2020
Due to the unfolding COVID-19 situation, cars and vans and motorcycles due their MOT from 30 March 2020 will have their MOT extended by 6 months.
This will continue until confirmed otherwise.
This will allow vehicle owners to continue to be able to get to work where this absolutely cannot be done from home or do essential shopping.
Vehicles must be kept in a roadworthy condition and drivers can be prosecuted if they drive an unsafe vehicle.
Helpful contacts for Key workers during Covid 19
While CBS Whitton Ltd is temporary closed due to covid 19 we will be monitoring emails and hopefully be able to assist you.
We can recommend a Garage in Twickenham that is able to continue to carry out essential repairs to Motorcycles and scooter due to not being a retail shop.
LJ Motorcycle Repairs Ltd
Unit D1, Swan Island
tel: 020 8891 2299
mob: 0777 251 5250
Kawasaki essential work only
Piaggio Parts https://www.fowlers.co.uk/
Kawasaki Parts https://www.kawasakioriginalparts.com/
In the shop we stock your every day biking needs.
Ready to go Batteries
Oil & Filters and spark plugs
Piaggio service items
Kawasaki service items
We can offer same day MOT appointments just give us a call. 02088985492
We work on most bikes and scooters.
MOT while u wait
Kawasaki Warranty Work
Piaggio Warranty Work
Any direction as long as it's your own.
trip into the journey your soul desires
Start From £3499
New 125cc Motorcycles
Our workshop has all the Kawasaki tools and electronic units to keep your lovely Kawasaki in tip top condition.
Same day servicing and loan bike available We have a state of the art dyno room for that extra touch.
Kawasaki UK have now introduced a Menu Price list, so you can see how much your Service will cost. We are a official Kawasaki Service Centre Based in Twickenham London.
Kawasaki Riders Club discount offered
Same day service
Work on most bikes and scooters
Moto-Scooters LTD was started in 1959 by the late Francis Cassar who passed away in Feb 2012.Later in the 60's CBS was formed when he,Dr Keith Badgett (his then GP and a good friend), and Dennis Saxby (his co-mechanic who had worked with tank transporters during the war) agreed a partnership – you will spot the initials CBS . His early business included working on Arial square engines, Triumphs and so on, familiar to him from his days in Malta which had plenty of British bikes, but the Douglas-Vespa franchise followed. He sold the business to Peter Hasler and moved on in 1974 (burns from a fire in the workshops really shook him up), and he later became the High Commissioner for Malta in London, a real change of direction, but he was always a politico, and it was in his blood as a Maltese man.
The company was taken over in 1974 by the Hasler family who promptly got rid of the Cars to specialise in their first love - Motorcycles and Scooters. In 1978 the company took on the Yamaha Agency and in 1982 the Kawasaki Agency.
Both Dot and Peter were well known in the scooter world through their associations with the Thames Valley Vespa Club and the Vespa Club of Great Britain . They were very successful in their scooter sport winning over 200 trophies between them. Dot won the title "Queen of the Isle of Man " on two occasions riding Piaggio machines.
Neville and Tina both competed in Schoolboy Motorcross riding Kawasaki MX machines. They started at the age of 6 and were both very successful and collected almost as many trophies as their parents. All our staff are Motorcycle or scooter enthusiasts