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BUSINESS AS USUAL

We are continuing work but following government guidelines regarding the Coronavirus.

With our established online project management system communication via videos and photos is quite straight forward.

Motorcycle delivery and collection services and the majority of our suppliers continue as normal. 

Metal Malarkey

Est. Jan 1998.

 

We are a metal fabrication and

 

mechanical engineering company

 

specialising in motorcycle frame

 

manufacture, specialist welding and in

 

advanced design and development

 

projects.

Great pride is taken in the work that we do and have over the years built a reputation for excellence with our customers.

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Metal Malarkey lead the way in customer service with online Project Management for our build customers. more...

 

21stC Classics.

Classic motorcycles with a modern twist. Read the spec, view the photos and our latest videos. more...

 

Girder forks, Exhaust systems, yokes and other bespoke products fabricated to your requirements. more...

 

View Metal Malarkey motorcycles, trikes and products in the press. more...

Supporting British                          Manufacturing

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Metal Malarkey Engineering goes electric!

Commissioned to design and fabricate an electric motorcycle in a lightweight "Bobber style" with the motor, batteries and electrical components housed in V-twin styled cases.

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EV Twin Veitis more...
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Follow Kev Haslam's Rickman Z1000 here...

Follow Tim Osborne's Moto Martin GS1000

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Follow David Waller's 21stC Bonnie 

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Follow the progress of the new Veitis "E-Tracker"

Chris' Dyna Special 

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The default sound from the E-Tracker motor. The magnetic flux amplified, harmonics and tone tuned to suit. The speakers and reworked circuit boards to be housed under the tank cover.

Tony's Mowerbusa. Practice at Elvington before Guinness records in September.

Sean Murphey's Malarkey Triumph swingarm

Malarkey footrest adaption.

A contented looking Neil and his Spondon.

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Malarkey Engineering Frame Repairs

Ken Reads RG500 MKV1 GP Race Bike  see more here...

Paul's Guzzi California. Rack and Pannier bracketry

E-Tracker Swingarm 

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John's Triumph Swingarm '81

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