Sidecars featured on this page are exclusive to F2 Motorcycles Ltd.
Our sidecars have hand made steel or fibre glass bodies.
Available in both standard chassis and heavy duty chassis version to suit all needs.
We use a HD shock absorber and a 20 mm wheel axle for extra strength

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sidecar fittings
Unique Frame Fittings. The unique clamp design adjusts to fit any tube from 25mm to 32mm diameter. We offer a wide range of fittings making our sidecars easy to fit at home. .

Tubular steel enclosed loop with additional strengthening
Oil damped progressive coil spring with preload adjustment
16 spoked with 20mm axle
We can supply for home fitting, pre fit or you can choose your own
Full range of chassis and fibre glass bodies
Removable carpet, single seat, locking storage area
Weight 75kg,
Fitting Service. If you are having the sidecar fitted by us please be aware that the fitting price does not include any special sub frames, gearing changes or steering dampers your bike may require. Our fitting cost includes wiring, test riding and set up alterations to ensure the handling is correct. Generally if you have a duplex tube frame with a high torque mid range engine you will not require any further parts or alterations. We are happy to inspect your bike and give a fixed price quote in writing before any work is carried out. If you would rather fit the sidecar yourself please be aware that it is often not as straight forward as it may appear. If you choose this option, and many do, we will do our best to offer guidance but can not take responsibility for the handling and setup.
triumph sub frame
Sub Frames. The universal fitting kit available from us does not include any additional sub frames. In many cases they are not needed. On some modern bikes there is no frame work low down near the back to attach the rear lower mount to. Some people just slide the rear swan neck forward a little so it can attach further forward. This is OK, but we prefer to extend the bike frame backwards by fabricating a sub frame so the rear lower eyelet is just in front of the rear wheel. If you are fitting the sidecar at home these sub frames can be made easily using 6mm plate steel. As you can see in the picture they should be triangulated horizontally and vertically for strength.
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