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Texas Sidecar Company

As we approach our anniversary of reopening Texas Sidecar Company after a 4 year hiatus we are so pleased with the wonderful response for our customers and sidecar enthusiasts friends. 

We have been able to maintain our 8-10 week build schedule working with our vendors, suppliers and the government during this Covid-19 has been a challenge. 


The postponement of the National Rally was a let down though we will be there to support the 2021 rally. 

Our website is:

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Quote from Kentsilk on May 5, 2020, 7:32 pm

... our anniversary of reopening Texas Sidecar Company....

Congrats to Kent & Family & Staff.  Best wishes for the future.

Lee Summer Grove, LA R1100GS/CSM Sidecar, Burgman/Texas Ranger, Zuma 50F, MB5, TW200, CRF250L

Congratulations.  Wishing you success.


 Looking forward to hearing more from you.

Kent and Jon at Texas Sidecars did a great job in custom fabbing a subframe to attached my huge side camper to a Triumph Rocket 3. All the work was done on time and on budget. 

Can highly recommend them for your sidecar needs.


Kent's fun to listen to, too.   His interview starts around 23:30 if you wanna skip to it: