Highland Classics Motorcycles
Highlands Classics is a one-stop shop for virtually anything that needs to be done to a motorcycle. We can do most anything including selling, servicing and general maintenance. Highlands Classics is a dealership for Ural Sidecars so contact us for a demonstration ride. From Russia With Love!
Our passion for motorcycles and dedication to customers will show in our services.
Highlands Classics can restore motorcycles down to the smallest of details as specified by our customers.
Let Highlands Classics help you buy or sell your motorcycles for the best price and find the best match.
We can provide various exhaust systems, tailored to our customer’s individual requirements.
A new and exciting range of helmets are now available through Highlands Classics.
Receive instruction on motorcycle riding, maintenance and crash scene management.
A passion for motorcycles led to the creation of HighLands Classics. Connect and share your enthusiasm with us.
Highlands Classics is very happy to announce we are a new dealer for ChangJiang motorcycles in Australia. Highlands Classics will provide sales and service for the ChangJiang CJ650B to all of New South Wales and the ACT. ChangJiang, meaning “the ...
This is my own rig. Originally the Inder sidecar was fitted to a BMW R65 but after some years I separated the motorcycle and fitted this Yamaha V Star which is an extremely stable rig. The Inder is light weight ...
Starting its long journey back to what it once was. The Spitfire was BSA's fastest twin ever. This is the export version which had a smaller glass tank compared to the one intended to stay at home in England. Would ...
From Phil's Notebook... Glen Breaks is a friend of mine and a rider/pilot extraordinaire. He lives in British Columbia, Canada on his farm with his wife Gina. This is the story of his SPECIAL Vincent!! Read the story of the ...
From Phil's Notebook... Okay, so its only developing 27.2 hp but what a fun little machine it is…..and oh so pretty!! Feels as sold as a rock to ride and certainly not a sports machine but you can doodle around ...