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Why are we Western Sydney's Unbeatable Motorcycle Mechanic?

Unbeatable Value

There's no reason to compromise the health of your motorcycle just to save a few dollars! Our low overheads and many years of experience combine for unbeatable value in motorcycle servicing.


Direct Service

Cut out the middle man and deal directly with a Head Mechanic you can trust. A better line of communication means a quicker service and more accurate feedback for the customer.



Let's discuss the most convenient time and place for your service - for some smaller jobs, a licensed mobile mechanic can visit your home.


Our Promise

A fully qualified motorcycle mechanic with specialised training for major bike brands will work on your pride and joy. If you're looking for the best of the best, MTMotorcycles is for you.


How do I maintain the chain?

Our observations show chains and sprockets normally last between 10,000km to 40,000km, depending on the frequency of adjustments and the style of rider. The original chain and sprockets that come with your bike (from the Original Equipment Manufacturer, or ‘OEM’ for short) tend to last a lot longer than the aftermarket products getting around. OEM […]

Which octane petrol should I use?

Which octane petrol should I use? Australia generally has a choice between 91, 92, 95 or 98 octane unleaded fuels. The ideal fuel for your motorcycle depends not only on engine design but also whether your bike owns a re-mappable ECU/can have its ignition advanced/retarded.  As a standard, most bike shops will recommend using 95 […]


A few photos from when we have done customers suspension set ups.

Sneak Peak DRZ400SM Big Bore + More

Here’s a few photos that we recently took of a DRZ400SM big bore and flat slide carby conversion we took. There will be a detailed ‘How To’ guide coming out when we get the opportunity to post it!

Japanese Bike Specialist

Our focus and passion is with Japanese built motorcycles. Our up-to-date knowledge and expertise means you’ll get the best deal and advice.

Opening Hours

As Western Sydney’s newest unbeatable Motorcycle Mechanic, our available working times are: Monday – Friday, 7:00am -8:30pm and Saturday – Sunday 7:00am-8:30pm. Please feel free to contact us any day to discuss a quote or booking.  

Call Now!

There’s no reason for delay. Call Mark Tudor direct on the mobile: 0432 523 829 If there’s no reply, please leave a message for a return call ASAP. Not happy with your current local motorbike mechanic? It may be worth the travel to see us. We service motorbikes from all areas of Sydney.     […]

What’s the best brand to buy?

All of them! One of the best things about motorcycles is their ability to attract almost anyone from anywhere; from your inner city business executive to your hard yakka country worker, we all share the same passion! One man’s dream bike can be another man’s nightmare. Luckily for all riders, we have the freedom of […]

How much does servicing cost?

Servicing costs can vary and can be quite confusing when getting quotes from different shops. For example, a minor service on a small scooter can only cost $150, whereas a major service on a late model Honda V-Tec VFR800 can have a minimum labour cost of $1,200. At Mark Tudor Motorcycles, we deliver quality motorcycle […]

When should I service my motorcycle?

The quickest and easiest way to answer this is to refer to your Owners Manual or Service Manual.  Most Japanese motorcycles specify to get your first service completed at 1,000km or within three months of purchasing your bike, followed by a service at 6,000kms or 6 months from your first service.  From that point on […]


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