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Established in 2010, Herald Motor Co have been a part of the British motorcycle industry for over a decade. They initially started working with partners to import retro styled motorbikes that they customised at their Herald HQ in Cambridgeshire but have progressed immensely since then.
 
Their main objective has always been to design and manufacture in Britain, in recent years, they are proud to have made this a reality.
 
Their first step towards this was to release the Brat in 2019, designed in house by their Herald engineers. Always looking ahead, they announced the Brute 500, their first in-house designed, engineered, and manufactured motorcycle built from the ground up in the UK.
 

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Welcome to Bransons Motorcycles

Bransons is the home of Honda, YamahaKawasaki & Motorcycle Training in Somerset, Dorset and beyond.

We're a family business that's been trading successfully for over 40 years from our Yeovil premises.

As well as being Honda Motorcycle dealers, Yamaha Motorcycle dealers and Kawasaki Motorcycle dealers, we also stock over 100 used bikes across all makes such as Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Herald, KTM, Peugeot, Rieju, Suzuki, Triumph and more. All are expertly prepared by our factory trained technicians to be amongst the best examples of their kind. We offer Nationwide delivery on all our bikes. Please call for your personalised quote.

We regularly feature in the top ten in the RiDE reader survey and are proud to have been voted as the Number One Honda dealer in the South West for the last 8 years and the MCN best multi-franchise dealer in the South West in 2010, 2011 and 2014.

Our showrooms stock a large selection of parts, accessories, helmets and clothing, including brands such as Oxford Products, Arai, Furygan, Shoei, Shark, RST, Halvarssons and Nolan, with a clothing specialist on hand to offer help and advice.

If you're new to biking please feel free to pop in and see us, we can offer lots of help and advice on how to get started on two wheels, including licencing requirements and Motorcycle Training.