“What’s winter without a project? Winter’s the season when motorcycle owners and shops engage in deferred repairs, overdue maintenance and long-desired restorations to occupy idle time and to prepare for the coming riding season. In my case, a hinky instrument cluster on the 1987 BMW R 80 RT acquired back in August has been shipped to California to be rebuilt. The big project for Doc’s Motorcycle Parts in Waterbury this winter has been something small – a 1962 Lambretta Li 150 Series 3 scooter.”- Bud Wilkinson Ride-Ct.com
Doc’s Motorcycle Parts was established in 1969 by Doc D’Occhio. Since then Doc’s has continued to grow over the years and today is bigger and better than ever.
With that said, Doc’s Motorcycle Parts has gained the knowledge, experience, and the hands on training in Motorcycle Restorations. Doc himself has completed over 20 restorations for his personal collection and has overseen the many restorations completed at Doc’s Motorcycle Parts.
Doc’s will restore your motorcycle no matter the year, make, or model. We will also provide you with a Motorcycle Restoration experience unlike any other. We beleive that the restoration experience is one that you should be involved in and kept up to date on the status and progress throughout the restoration. Doc’s will work with you from day 1 to first determine the type of restoration you want, the budget you would like to maintain, as well as an itemized ledger of what was done, the parts used, and time involved
Doc’s Motorcycle Parts is one of the Largest Motorcycle Shops in New England. When it comes to motorcycles… we do it all & have been SINCE 1969. With a Full Parts, Apparel, and Service Departments, Doc’s does it all. From Helmets to Leathers, Tires to Handlebars, Tune Ups to Motorcycle Restorations.