Rudge Heritage With Ferrari

Explore the rich heritage of the Rudge of old.

Rudge & Ferrari Partnership

Step back in time and discover the rich legacy of Rudge motorcycles, a British sensation that roared through the racing scene from 1911 to 1943. Celebrated for their triumphs, Rudge made history in 1930 when Enzo Ferrari's team dominated the Junior Isle of Man TT, sweeping the podium with Rudge motorcycles. This historical connection with Ferrari resonates today, as modern racing legend Sebastian Vettel admires these classic machines.

Quality, not quantity

Rudge was renowned for shattering records and pushing the boundaries of what was deemed possible. Customers were well aware that Rudge not only defied conventional engineering norms but also consistently delivered masterpieces in motorcycle design, embodying a perfect blend of innovation and elegance.

In recognition of Rudge's globally acclaimed craftsmanship and unwavering commitment to quality, King George appointed Rudge as cycle makers.

After stopping production in the early 1940s to support the war effort, the legacy of Rudge lived on and has thousands of enthusiasts worldwide. Rudge, with craftsmanship on its side, will bring this historical luxury and famous prowess into the modern day.

A Lifetime of Craftsmanship at RUDGE

Outperforms by Decades

Rudge-Whitworth earned a reputation as true masters of their craft, demonstrating unparalleled expertise not just for a fleeting decade, but consistently, decade after decade.

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