Cycle Sidecar is the exclusive distributor of Cozy motorcycle sidecars in the United States. We have been bringing Cozy sidecars to the US since 1999. We are very proud of our sidecars and our service. We sell both through a network of high quality dedicated sidecar dealers or directly to the public if you are handy and would like to do it yourself.
We sell Motorcycle Sidecars that will attach to most bikes with a suitable frame. They are also a direct bolt on Sidecar for the Royal Enfield Bullet family of motorcycles.
What sets us apart
We are one of the only Sidecar companies that offers a 1 year limited warranty. (some exception such as tyres and other wear items, damage etc). We also provide the same warranty for our parts and accessories including the suspension rubber. Our warranty stops and starts with us. You do not have to chase the manufacturer half way around the world
We have been in the sidecar business since 1998 and have been the exclusive importer of the Cozy line since 1999. We know sidecars. We have our own person that is based in India and works directly with the Cozy company in India. His role as an outsider and our representative is to work with the Cozy company on product improvement, do inspection etc. No one else in the world can say that.
Our units are built to our specifications and are not what you will find in the "open market" in the US. You will find some "Gray market" units in the US from time to time, but it is buyer beware and like most things you get what you pay for.
Our office is in the Phoenix area. We import Sidecars by the container. We warehouse our Sidecars near the port of Norfolk VA. and have very favorable rates with various shipping companies to minimize your freight charges. We can ship within a day or two of receiving an order
We think that sidecars are a lot of fun and open up a whole new world to their users and we want to share our enthusiasm with you. Give us a call anytime. 1-507-333-0643
We have worked extensively with Cozy over the years to bring the Cozy up to modern day standards and the results are stunning. These are beautiful, all steel (yet light) sidecars that sell for a very modest price. they are by far the best value in the sidecar market today.
One of the most well known Sidecar Manufacturers in the 1940's and 1950's was the Steib company from Germany. As autos became cheaper sidecar sales started to fall. In an effort to continue in business Steib started an affiliation with the Globe Sidecar company in Bombay. The Cozy company manufactured the sidecar bodies for Globe. In those days and continuing today sidecars are primarily used for transportation of handicapped people. As India developed, automobiles started to take their place and it became very difficult for the manufacturers. We initially worked with the Globe company in 1998. They went out of business in 1999. The Cozy company had the good fortune to work with Mr. Avinash Gupta who started to expand their products outside of India. The is where we came in. We have worked for years with Cozy developing the product to be suitable for export sales. I have spent much time in the factory over the past 18 years and the people at Cozy are like family.
As their business grew, at least one other company in India started to produce knock offs of the Cozy. I worked with this company as well as Cozy for a short period of time. There is also a US based company that is selling Cozy imitations. Again it is a case of getting what you pay for. Imitating a design is certainly a form of flattery. As it happens I named the Sidecars the "Rocket and the Euro". It was a happy accident because the warehouse was getting confused by each model being labeled as just "Sidecars" or standard and non-standard. Now the knock off companies are using the same names to confuse the market and ride on Cozy's coat tails. I don't mind at all since each company forms its own reputation over time regardless of what the models are called.
During this time period we were also the US distributor of the Royal Enfield Motorcycles also from India. Our business was called Classic Motorworks. We imported and distributed the Royal Enfield until 2015. Royal Enfield decided to do its own distribution in the US and other countries which allowed us to focus full time on sidecars.
Besides no one has ever called us up to tell us that their sidecar wouldn't start!
Best Regards - Kevin Mahoney