Who are Spirit Motorcycles?


We are a motorcycle design, engineering and performance company whose origins began in national championship racing, culminating in the creation and running of the Triumph Triple Challenge series, a one make support series in the British Superbike Championship.


Whilst racing is in our DNA, we also have provenance in building some of UK’s most iconic customs, including the acclaimed Ace Cafe Triumph Thruxton 904S.


Our obsession with performance is equally matched by our desire to design and build beautiful, uncompromising performance machines. The GP series of motorcycles is the ultimate expression of this experience and vision.


Meet the team.



  •   TONY SCOTT - Managing Director

    Tony Scott is the founder and owner of T3 Racing.


    Tony has been involved in motorcycle racing for over twenty years, beginning his career in the company of luminaries such as Ron Haslam, Niall Mackenzie and Pier Francesco Chilli.  Running  a very successful race school in the UK and Europe with these prominent riders passing on their knowledge and support.


    Subsequently, Tony was approached by Triumph Motorcycles to formulate a single make Championship using the Triumph Daytona 675.  This ran for 8 years as a very successful BSB support class.  For 4 of the 8 years running the Triumph Triple Challenge, T3Racing also ran a Supersport Cup & EVO Team, winning the Championship three times and one second place, with zero mechanical DNFs.


    Tony and the team retired from racing in 2014 to concentrate on the production of their own race bikes, utilising the knowledge and experience gained during these years at the track.


    T3 Racing continue to be Triumph UK’s official race support for parts and technical knowledge.

  •   ROD McDONAGH - Chairman

    Rod McDonagh is Chairman of Spirit Motorcycles and brings with him his years of experience as a corporate and commercial lawyer.


    Called to the bar in 1996, Rod has practised as a barrister, in-house for multinational technology and telecommunications companies as well as for a top tier law firm.


    Rod recently returned to the bar and now practices from chambers in Bristol.  Rod has experience as both an executive and non-executive board member for both domestic and international private and publicly held companies.


    In the past Rod raced motorcycles at club level to some success, and he continues to be a fanatic for all things bi-wheeled.



Connect with us

Unit 2, Gasoline Alley

London Road, Wrotham

Kent TN15 7RR, UK

+44 1732 887 455