A large metal building with rows of pallets of motorcycle parts and bikes in restoration

On Saturday September 29, Georgia Motorcycle Depot will sell the contents of their shop and approximately 50 motorcycles at No Reserve. Everything goes to the highest bidder.

In addition to British motorbikes, they will also be selling all inventory from the parts department, including new, NOS and used vintage motorcycle parts for American, British, and Japanese machines. Large quantity of used parts for Norton, Truimph and BSA. Everything goes, including shop equipment and parts department shelving, resoration and service manuals, Dealer displays, and Posters.

Georgia Cycle Depot is closing, the owners have retired.

The motorcycles that are for sale at this public auction are in process of restoration; most motorbikes include the majority of the parts you will need to complete the restoration of these vintage machines.

A view down a row of shelves stocked with the inventory of a motorcycle parts department

Highlights of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity include:

  • 1959 BSA DBD34 Gold Star that was in the process of being restored by Ian Kennedy
  • 1972 Triumph T120R Bonneville
  • 1970 Norton Commando, fresh engine
  • 1970 BSA A50 original – ready to love
  • 1965 Norton Atlas, rebuilt engine, restored
  • Early 70s’ Norton Production Racer with fairings
  • Triumph Tina Scooter

Georgia Motorcycle Depot Site

Auction Conducted by J Wood and Company. If you attend this public motorcycle auction, please let them know where you found their sale.

Georgia Cycle Depot on Google Maps
Just off of I-75 on the northwest side of Atlanta.