James Packwood Racing can carry out motorcycle repairs efficiently and to a high standard. A motorcycle collection and delivery service is available in the Bristol area if your motorbike is not roadworthy. With a fully equipped workshop and top of the range diagnostic equipment, all types of repairs can be undertaken at James Packwood Racing. We can carry out all types of motorcycle repairs such as brake component replacement, leaks, bodywork damage, engine noises and bearing replacements. Using high-tech diagnostic equipment we can investigate why a warning light may be illuminated on the dash, diagnose and repair electrical faults and reset service indicators on all makes of motorcycle. James Packwood Racing only uses the highest quality parts from brands such as Yuasa battery, DID, Afam, RK chain and sprockets and Brembo, SBS, EBC brakes.
Bike feels so much better now suspensions been set up for me. Highly recommended.
"Can't recommend enough!"
Can’t recommend this man enough from suspension set up to full engine build and dyno runs he’s your man.
First weekend out on the Blade since it’s Engine build and he’s built me a beast.
1st class service professional service, there are those that can and those that think they can, James certainly can!
"I definitely would use JP Racing again."
Just want to say a big thank you to James. I went to get my suspension setup this weekend not really knowing what I wanted done to it. All I knew is that my bike did not feel right. After chatting with James explaining that the bike just did not feel right wouldn’t corner very sharp or just felt as if it would low side on me. James went away done his thing and I can honestly say the bike now feels like a completely different bike, I feel a lot more confident in the bike itself. I would recommend anyone who has not had there suspension setup to there size then to do so, I definitely would use JP Racing again.
"Quick & professional"
Quick and professional service, I would recommend!*****
Fast. Which is the whole point isn’t it? And some good advice in the dark arts. Cheers James.