GV Bikes’ present chief mechanic Antony Snell joined as an apprentice.
GV sells new bikes for the first time becoming agents for Hyosung and Beta
Gordon and Geoff decide to go their separate ways and Geoff becomes the sole proprietor
Geoff’s oldest son Jimmy joins the business full time.
GV’s first website is launched at gvbikes.co.uk. It might look archaic now, but it was amazing at the time!
GV adopts the Royal Enfield brand.
Geoff’s middle son, Tommy, starts working for the business splitting his time between engineering college and GV Bikes.
On November 16th the Official GV Bikes Facebook page is launched.
This year brought the arrival of the AJS brand.
Work on the new extension began.
Jimmy leaves after 8 years to go and live in Norway
The Website is finally updated to something a bit more modern as well as a fresh lick of paint for the GV Bikes man.
Zontes, Motorini and Sym were welcomed into GV.
Thanks to Moto-Novo, GV were able to provide a full finance service for the first time in a number of years
After 3 years of hard work, GV moved into their new purpose built workshop and opened the extended showroom and reception area.
GV Celebrates 30 years since it opened in Whitehall. Celebrations included a large write up in the local gazette and a bike night on the late May Bank Holiday. A highlight included Royal Enfield providing a Himalayan, months before release to show.