Classic Trial



Dave Renham at Inmotion Trials is the new owner of the Majesty-Yamaha name. He made the purchase of all the stock and the domain name for Majesty-Yamaha from Steve Martin. Despite the fact that Steve enjoyed the associatio­n with the Majesty-Yamaha brand and supplying all of the parts to keep them all running, other work commitment­s have forced a change of direction. He will still be seen competing in the twin-shock trials he enjoys so much on a variety of machines. He would like to thank everyone for their past business.

Very much known around the world for the supply of spares for a wide range of twin-shock trials machines, Inmotion welcomes the addition of the Majesty-Yamaha name to the ever-expanding parts inventory.

Dave Renham: “The telephone call from John E Shirt as the originator of the Majesty Yamaha machines was most welcome as he wished me all the best with my new venture. John, along with Mick Andrews, brought the Majesty Yamaha engine machines alive back in the late ‘70s when they were a huge success. John also reminded me that

I was one of the very first Gas Gas dealers when he started to import the early air-cooled models. My associatio­n with the Shirt family goes back a long way, and it is very nice to have their seal of approval.

“I have many new ideas for parts for the Majesty

Yamaha although it will probably take a while to see them come to life, but I have all the stock from Steve Martin to be going on with. The Majesty Yamaha brand name will run along with all the other twinshock names we are proudly associated with”.

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