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Mac Motorcycles

Mac Motorcycles is a company that has been involved in the design and development of motorbikes for a number of years. Based in Upton-Upon-Severn, Worcestershire, it is run and staffed by a group of five enthusiasts, who have extensive experience in engineering, design, motorcycle scrambling and other related interests.

They have developed a completely new motorcycle, called The Ruby, a lightweight, single cylinder machine with a very distictive design. More recently they have added a second model to their range called the Rex.


Maeving. a start-up business based in Coventry, was formed in 2017 by Seb Inglis-Jones and Will Stirrup with the intention of designing a retro-styled British-built electric bike. A major USP with this innovative two-wheeler was the use of swappable batteries to take the competition to the Chinese-built models.

This new company now employs a 16-strong team of mainly ex-Triumph engineers and the firm’s first model, the RM1, is now on the market. Currently it is only available to buy directly from Maeving via their website and delivered to your door, Maeving won’t have any dealer network as such. If it works for Tesla.......

They will, however, be opening pop-up shops from time to time and they have recently anoounced their latest one in London at 10 Gee's Court, W1U1JJ.

Although it's a proudly British firm, as is the way with much vehicle manufacturing these days the company has reached out to some big names for the main electric components. The hub-mounted electric motor has been built by Bosch, while the battery is supplied by Samsung, both companies having been heavily involved technically supporting Maeving from the outset,

Maeving have now added a new model, the RM1S, to their current line-up.

The McLaren Group has for many years been closely associated with the highest levels of motorsport, and has successfully competed in Formula1 and other great motor racing series and races such as Can-Am, Indy car and Le Mans.

In 1989 a new company, McLaren Cars, was founded by former McLaren Group Chairman Ron Dennis with the intention of designing and building the world's greatest supercar and in 1992 the McLaren F1 was launched to a stunned world press. This was in no small part due to the fact that the F1 had a top speed of 225mph, way faster than any other supercar at that time. Since then, the company now known as McLaren Automotive, joined forces with Mercedes-Benz to produce the exclusive SLR McLaren between 2003 and 2009, selling a total of 2,114 cars.

However, in early 2012 their own successor to the iconic F1, the MP4-12C, started production at the state of the art £40 million McLaren Production Centre in Woking, Surrey. Following on from the success of the MP4-12C McLaren now make a number of supercars for both road and track  under the range banners of GT, Supercars and Ultimate Series. In 2018 McLaren were handed the keys to their new Composites Technology Centre in Yorkshire.

MCR Race Cars

MCR Race Cars specialise in the design and manufacture of sports prototype racing cars and are based near St Davids in Pembrokeshire. Using the latest technology, the quality of manufacture of its components, everything under the skin, in the cockpit and even the GRP clothing that covers it, looks neat, oozes quality and has a robustness about it. They undertake all their own machining and fabrication, have full in-house production of GRP and fibreglass bodywork and moulds and look after race preparation. The MCR was designed by Brazilian designer Luiz Fernando Cruz and Welshman Clive Hayes. They currently manufacture the MCR S2 and 02 racers.

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