Highly qualified motorcycle technician
All motorcycle services and repairs are performed by European trained master certified technician Ozzy Graf, never by apprentices. With over 29 years experience, Ozzy is well known in the motorcycle industry for his knowledge, meticulous attention to detail, and high quality workmanship.
Depth of motorcycle engineering knowledge
Ozzy trained in Germany in mechanical engineering including engine design. He achieved an honours degree, doctorate, and Swiss TS Certificate in precision mechanics and preassembly.
This means he has the depth of knowledge to accurately diagnose why your motorcycle is not performing and how to fix it.
State-of-the-art precision equipment
We are fully equipped with the latest state-of-the-art tools, software and specialised motorcycle equipment. We use Wera German-engineered tools, which are designed for the high-precision aerospace industry. Our state-of-the-art Dyna-Pro dyno, together with our specialised software and motorcycle diagnostics equipment, ensure a high standard of workmanship.
Accurate motorcycle diagnostics = your safety
Our equipment, combined with Ozzy’s expert engineering knowledge, gives us the ability to assess, tune and repair your bike with high precision. This reduces fault-finding time, costly mistakes, and risks to you as a rider.
Ozzy will notify you immediately if he identifies anything that needs attention on your motorcycle. Your safety when riding is of primary importance to us.
Master technician factory trained in Europe
Ozzy’s training in the European racing industry gives him additional skills in prepping race engines with pinpoint accuracy.
He achieved the Doctorate of Engineering in recognition of his contributions to automotive engineering which reflect a commitment to continuous improvement in engine building, composition and production processes.
A BMW master certified technician, Ozzy completed his apprenticeship with BMW Motorrad in Germany and received his engineering degree from Bombardier-Rotax GmbH (Racing Division) and TUM (Technical University of Munich).