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Exciting times at MotoMondo

There’s plenty going on at MotoMondo UK, the importer for Mash, Moto Morini and Rieju. Founded in 1998, and operating in five EU countries, it launched a UK arm in September 2020, in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, and just before Brexit was finalised – a difficult time for sure.

Fast forward 18 months, and the firm has gone from strength to strength, with a new range of 650cc models on sale from Moto Morini – the X-Cape, 6½ Street and 6½ Scrambler. There are also 700, 900 and 1200cc machines on the way, with brand new powerplants developed in-house by Moto Morini. The Mash brand has launched a new 650cc naked bike, the Six Hundred, to complement its small-bore range, while Rieju is extending its range of 200-300cc two-stroke off-road bikes and 50-125cc street machines.

Now MotoMondo is expanding its team to cope with all the new machinery. It has announced two new senior staff members – Dave Wilson and Dave Cotterill. Wilson was UK & Nordics country manager for MV Agusta over the past eight years, with roles at Piaggo and Triumph before that, and is the new UK operations manager for MotoMondo.

Dave Cotterill joins MotoMondo from Oxford Products and Bike-it and is the new area sales manager for the Midlands and the South.

Contact the two Daves on: [email protected]; [email protected].

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