Motorcycle funerals and motortrike funerals for bikers and motorcycle lovers in Manchester, Cheshire and South Lancashire.
Slow, Fast and Very Fast Motorbike Funerals…
Natural Endings offer a motorbike funeral service. We can offer five different styles of motorcycle hearses (see below) so that this final journey is a most fitting one.
Your loved one can remain by your side, for that final ride, if you choose to ride pillion.
Many people assume that these motorbike hearses are only chosen for biker funerals. Our experience shows us that they are as loved by people that maybe did their courting with motorbikes and sidecars or even transported young family around in them. Sidecars bring back happy memories for many different types of people.
Reverend Sinclair who owns the sidecar hearses is also available to lead the funeral service if required. As well as being a man of the cloth he is no stranger to leather and has had a passion for bikes since being a teenager (he won’t tell us how old he is now). Alternatively we can arrange for a minister of a different faith or a humanist to lead the service.
The motorbike hearses are registered by the DVLA as two wheeled hearses rather than motorbikes. Rolls Royce standard hearse fittings, flower rail, Health and Safety Hearse fittings, internal temperature control for warm weather and de-misting, a leather surround and a combination of glass roof and internal lights to display both flowers and artifacts.
The motorbikes that we can offer
The Suzuki Hayabusa Hearse
The Ultimate Send Off for the Ultimate British Racing Rider with the fastest production line bike in the world. Fast and sleek, popular with racers, marshals and sport enthusiasts. Finished to a high standard it broke the World Record for fastest hearse and won ‘Best Modern Hearse’ at the Hearse of the Year. The Suzuki Hayabusa Hearse can do The Ton but this is dependent on finding a suitable place, the law and the weather.
Harley Davidson Electra Glide Hearse
Classic Triumph Hearse
Photograph of the motorbike funeral in Southern Cemetery by kind permission of the Mottershead family Wythenshawe.