I have now received my Manx from Steve Tonkin and now riding the bike. Just like to say well done to you for your part in building of a lovely machine. I do think one of the very best bikes I have ever ridden.
Simply the best bike
It is my pleasure to own and race a Molnar Manx in the States. Simply the best bike I have ever owned. Craftsmanship to the highest degree. My thanks go to all at Molnar Precision for a wonderful bike
John Snead - USA
Received the package yesterday. Very excited. The hub and brake are fantastic. Beautiful Work. Thanks Again.
Scott Williams - USA
Thanks for doing the cambox it’s a beautiful piece of engineering, and thank you for showing me around your set up, would recommend you to anyone looking for Manx parts and look forward to doing business in the future.
I was so impressed
I was so impressed with the 180 Fontana brake you made for me, incredible on my little 250 two stroke at Castle Combe so thank you for that.
Crank is a work of art!!
Parts arrived today. Wow! The crank is a work of art!!
Richard Etheridge - New Zealand
Senior Classic TT 2018
Thank you for a superb engine!! A person needs the right tools to do a good job. We’re absolutely over the moon.
A beautiful Road Bike
A beautiful Road Bike build by Dick De Ruiter of The Netherlands. His bike uses a Molnar Manx road engine along with several other MPL parts fitted into a Slimline Featherbed frame.
Dick De Ruiter - The Netherlands
Received the wheel in good shape. In 1 word: FANTASTIC job….. amazing looks.
Frank Kuyl - Netherlands
Excellent craftsmanship and work
I picked your package up and it was like Christmas, the hub looks great, once again excellent craftsmanship and work.
TGA was set up in 1980 by Tony Teasdale and Graham Boothby, 2 bike mad teachers looking to supplement their income. Tony retired from the business in the 90’s, leaving Graham to run it with various friends and assistants. The ‘TGA truck’ became well known as the place to go at numerous classic motorcycle race meeting around Europe, not only for the parts you might need, but also to share in Graham’s bonhomie