Mash Motorcycles has appointed 3X Motorcycles as its official importer and distributor in the UK with immediate effect.
About MASH motorcycles:
The French brand, based in Burgundy, started designing motorcycles at the end of 2011. Instantly Mash became a leader on the French market in the 125cc segment. Since then the range has been evolving and expending to multiple models and capacities from 50cc to 650cc (due in Spring 2019).
Mash motorcycles first appeared in the UK in 2015 and have built a dedicated following – the UK owners group has more than 2,000 members on Facebook.
Frédéric Fourgeaud, Mash Motorcycles President:
“We are very happy to appoint 3X Motorcycles as our distributor for the UK. Their experience and know-how will allow a great level of support to the dealer network and a perfect experience for our customers.
About 3X Motorcycles:
3X Motorcycles – who already import Peugeot scooters and Rieju motorcycles – will provide full support for Mash owners through the dealer network, supplying new bikes and genuine parts, managing warranty claims and finance deals, and offering technical assistance.
Richard Davies, Managing Director of 3X Motorcycles, is excited about the future for Mash in the UK;
“We have four decades’ experience of distributing European brands, so our operation is the perfect springboard for Mash to reach its full potential over here. Their range of classically styled 50cc, 125cc and 400cc geared bikes is spot-on for the growing retro market and sits comfortably alongside Peugeot scooters and the sporty Rieju lightweight motorcycles”.
“We’re in the process of contacting all existing Mash dealers to arrange meetings to share our plans for the Mash brand and update them on the exciting new models due for this year”.
For more information, telephone 01020 810100 or visit www.mash-motors.fr/en/
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