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Hope for those of us that need spares...

Most of you MZ/MuZ owners would have used or known about BSA Regal in the UK and the fantasic service they supplied as a spares dealer for MZ/MuZ parts. They no longer supply spares for MZs.


There is now a new dealer in the UK for both MZ bikes and spares. GRAHAMS MOTORCYCLES

They has a small stock of Skorpion spares up on their site so far. Click here to see this. This is a sample of what they have...

MZ6205DDU
Head race bearing kit for all Skorpion models


Price : £17.16
Stock Item : Yes



MZ9021101
Front brake lever
Price : £16.09
Stock Item : Yes





MZ6203DDU
Rear wheel bearing ( requires 2 )
Price : £6.30
Stock Item : Yes





They also have an eBay Store. This has no items listed yet.

Lets hope they will end up stocking a full range of spares so we can keep our Skorpions on the road for many years to come.


I am in now way contected with this shop.


17/11/2007 {EDIT} I emailed Grahams Motorcycles to let them know that I had put this artcile up about them. Besides being thankful for this they also passed on this info.....

"We have actually been an MZ dealer for 10 years and decided it was time for someone to have a good go at the MZ spares. So we have taken it on from BSA. As you have seen, there is a web shop, which i will be adding to daily when time permits ! We have lots of skorpion spares, including fuel tanks and body work. "

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