Mo-Tech is one of the longest established specialist dealers in new and used motorcycles and scooters in the North, serving customers from Newcastle and South Scotland. The shop dates back to the early sixties when it was known as Angelo's Scooter Station, specialising in the restoration and tuning of Piaggio and Vespa scooters.
The shop, based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, was acquired in 1984 by present owner Paul Hamilton, and is still to this day exclusively Piaggio. Paul has maintained and enhanced the company's excellent reputation in restoring classic Vespa's, and has coupled this with his own experience in the motorcycle trade, which now spans over four decades.
Mo-Tech have recently expanded and developed a brand new showroom and workshop stocked with the latest tooling and diagnostic equipment adjacent to their previous showrooms. We now offer facilities to rival any in the North, stocking the full range of Piaggio, Vespa, Aprilia, Moto Guzzi and Gilera scooters and motorcycles. Our new clothing area stocks a large range of clothing and accessories to suit any rider.
Mo-Tech prides themselves on being a friendly, family-run business and offer excellent advice and after sales care. Paul, his wife, son, son-in-law and other long term staff all play an active role in the company and are always available to offer advice. Collectively, they hold a wealth of knowledge and experience and have won many awards over the years for outstanding sales and after sales care and can rightly be considered the premier dealership in the North of England providing a fantastic range of motorcycles and scooters for sale to customers not only in the North East and Southern Scotland but Nationwide.
0191 265 9793
The Piaggio Group presented GITA and KILO, the first projects developed by Piaggio Fast Forward (PFF)
The bikes will be ridden by Italian Lorenzo Savadori and Northern Irishman Eugene Laverty in the races.
Two Aprilia RSV4 bikes will be on the track in the 2017 World Superbike
Penultimate European MotoGP race for Aprilia at Aragón to confirm the progress the RS-GP has made.
Before departing for the long tour in Japan, Australia