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Classic Motorworks merges with Royal Enfield of Fort Worth

Kevin Mahoney, owner of Classic Motorworks, and his staff announced that its parts and accessories division is moving to Royal Enfield of Fort Worth in Texas.

Mahoney and the staff at Classic Motorworks released this message:

We are happy to announce that the parts and accessories division of Classic Motorworks is moving to Royal Enfield of Fort Worth in Texas. Royal Enfield of Fort Worth (REFTW) has been the largest Royal Enfield dealer in North America for many years, while Classic Motorworks has been the largest supplier of parts and accessories. The joining of these companies will give Royal Enfield owners great access to old, current and future Royal Enfield parts and accessories.

Michael Baker, the owner of Royal Enfield of Fort Worth, and I will be working together at his store in Fort Worth on an ongoing basis to help assist the customers we both have had the privilege of serving. Classic Motorworks brings extensive knowledge of Royal Enfield’s from the mid-1990s to the present day, while REFTW brings the strength and commitment of a great dealership with access to the latest genuine RE parts and accessories.

The Royal Enfield forum will remain open and continue to be supported by both Royal Enfield of Fort Worth and Classic Motorworks. The Classic Motorworks store will be revamped under the REFTW banner. If you are a current customer and have a problem with a current purchase, we will continue to honor our commitment to you. Our phones will remain active so please call if you need help. In the meantime please direct your phone calls and inquiries about parts to REFTW at 888/415-8986.

Classic Motorworks will continue to be the U.S. supplier of Cozy sidecars, which will become our core business.

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