Rocker Classic Motorcycles offers service

Norton at Rocker Classic Motorcycles

Brisbane’s custom motorcycle scene has been driven by Rocker Classic Motorcycles since they opened in 2012, and now they are forging a name as a service centre.

Owner Matt Jones says they moved from Nundah to bigger premises at 21 Beach St, Kippa Ring, late last year to attract more customers with their qualified team of mechanics.

“Everyone knows us as a custom shop, but we are trying to build up the business of motorcycle servicing,” he says.

Rocker Classic Motorcycles began in February 2012 and quickly outgrew its premises, so Matt leased the area next door for a bar, an entertainment area and a barber shop.

But they outgrew that location within a few years and decided to move to the bigger premises at Redcliffe last year.

The new shop again features the Ton-Up cafe and barber Brett van Berkel – or Geezer, as he is known – so riders can get their hair cut and have a coffee and something to eat while they wait for their pride and joy to be serviced or repaired.

“Redcliffe is a great rider destination,” he says. “We are an open door for any riders, whether you’re a new rider, covered in tatts, women or anyone. For us it’s about building a culture and a community.”

While offering motorcycle servicing, Rocker Classic Motorcycles is also a custom shop specialising in bobbers, trackers and cafe racers, and is a dealer for Norton Motorcycles and the American-designed and Chinese-built Cleveland CycleWerks Heist bobbers.

Norton at Rocker Classic Motorcycles

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