Over the years we have been supplying Belstaff with motorbikes for their events and adverts. Our motorbikes have appeared in their displays, photographic shoots and in this particular advert, moving shots with Ewan McGregor. Belstaff have also used our bikes in London Fashion week for the launch of the Liv Tyler collection.


"Betty's Bikes were a great help when sourcing the perfect bikes to showcase alongside our Belstaff LFW SS17 presentation. The bikes were part of the main set so it was important they complimented the collection and looked the part - which they did. Jess was incredibly helpful in getting the bikes to and from the event and wouldn't hesitate to work with her and Betty's Bikes again."

Laura Mulvaney | Creative Director | Electric Sunshine

Swarovski required a vintage look with a modern action theme of burn outs for their Valentine's Day advert. We supplied a 1957 Norton Dominator and a Kawasaki Z900. The bike was then wrapped to change the colour from blue to silver to fit in with the theme of their scene starring Karli Kloss.


One of our very early jobs – Rimmel used a 1964 Ariel Scrambler creating the perfect photo shoot for Kate Moss.


For this shoot with Vienna Films, we supplied three motorbikes as well as a mechanic and driver to film the adverts for Vimal suits. This included a 2015 T100 Bonneville, a 1955 Triumph Speed Twin and a 1969 BSA 650 Lightning.


"Betty's Bikes is the place for vintage bikes, they have an authentic collection which we used for one of our commercials. Jess and the team were absolutely fantastic, very helpful and efficient. Overall a great experience working with them -Vienna Films"

Rubianca Tiwari | Vienna Films Limited

For this project we worked with Radio Times magazine, providing them with the beautiful, 1958 Triumph side car outfit for the launch of the new series of the Great British Bake Off.

For the Jamie Oliver shoot we provided the moped with the vegetable racks to help the designers create the perfect scene.

"I've worked with Betty's Bikes on several occasions now, in my search for interesting bikes to enhance Radio Times shoots, and have always found them helpful and enthusiastic faced with my odd requests. Jess has access to an amazing and varied collection of old machines and accessories, and is always able to offer suggestions to help create the atmosphere I am after. Tame mechanic Alastair loves a challenge, and has even been known to fabricate things to order using available scrap materials to meet our needs! More importantly, they are highly professional, always on set in good time, and always happy to stay as needed until the wrap. I look forward to my next project requiring vintage bikes."

Roger Dixon | Picture Editor | Radio Time Magazine

We provided a Triumph Grand Prix for a still shot with David Beckham for the launch of his new aftershave, The Essence. This was a closed shoot, so we were not on set.