If you search the internet for AJS motorcycles you will see a whole spectrum of motorcycles from the last one hundred years or so. That's great, but what does it mean today? how old is the company in its current form? what is the mission for AJS? How does AJS relate to its customers?
AJS was re-started by the late Fluff Brown in September 1974. Fluff, who was previously the off road competition manager at Norton Villiers, bought out the ailing company and the entire stock of AJS Stormer scrambles parts.
Fluff continued the parts supply for the AJS Stormer and produced affordable FB-AJS Moto X machines for the clubman racer, and 250cc trail bikes.
Fluff's eldest son Nick Brown, joined the company in 1987 and was soon looking at the array of small, affordable motorcycles built in China. One of the first children's Chinese built off road bikes available in the UK was the Jianshe Coyote-80. It was first imported and distributed through a dealer network by AJS in 1998. This well-built little machine was an outstanding success and proved very robust and reliable.
At AJS Motorcycles we only employ the best manufacturing plants to build our motorcycles. That means not only the best manufacturing quality, but the best support and the best spare parts backup.
Our mission is to bring to the market exciting and unique motorcycles and scooters that offer exceptional value and quality, backed up with a warranty and spare parts service of excellence.
Customer feedback is important to us, we encourage our customers to share their experiences with us and to engage with us on social media. In this way we believe we can develop our products better and meet the demands of our customers into the future.