PARTS CANADA is a national distributor of aftermarket parts and accessories for the Canadian power sports industry. With our distribution centres located in Calgary and London, we have ability to offer next day delivery from coast to coast.
We are proud to be the exclusive distributor for some of the most recognizable product names in the industry. Names such as HJC, Z1R, Icon, Alpinestars, Thor, Drag Specialties, Vance & Hines, Moose, DP Brakes and Motorex are currently combined with our established product lines.
In 1969, when Honda came to Canada, we came as a small company with a dream. We began with motorcycles and power equipment and it took a lot of work to gain the confidence and trust of Canadians. But we worked hard and over time our products earned the respect of the marketplace. And so we grew. In 1986, we built a manufacturing facility in Alliston, Ontario. In 1998, we built a second plant at that same site, and in 2008, we completed the construction of a third facility, a $154-million engine plant. In May of 2010, Honda Canada moved into our new Gold Certified LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Head Office in Markham, Ontario and is now home to approximately 600 associates.
Today, Honda employs more than 19,000 Canadians, buys $1.1 billion of goods from Canadian-based suppliers and produces products for the U.S., Mexican, Chinese and South American markets. Simply put, Honda is an amazing Canadian success story that celebrated its 42nd anniversary in April 2011.
Thank you Canada.
Warn designs, manufactures and markets a full line of off-road equipment and accessories that enhance the performance of four-wheel-drive vehicles, ATV’s and utility vehicles. The company’s Industrial Division markets electric and hydraulic winches and hoists to commercial, industrial and severe duty customers. Warn also has a line of utility winches and hoists that are designed for professional trade workers and do-it-yourself consumers who need powerful tools to assist them in pulling, hauling, dragging or lifting. Warn focuses on three specific markets – Consumer Aftermarket, Industrial/Commercial, and Original Equipment. With customers in over 65 countries, WARN is one of the world’s most recognized brands in vehicle performance enhancing equipment.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries has come along way since it was founded in 1878 by Shozo Kawasaki. Today Kawasaki is a multi-national corporation with more than fifty holdings (manufacturing plants, distributions centers, and marketing and sales headquarters) in most major cities around the world.
Since 1945 DEL has been manufacturing and designing truck body & equipment solutions.
All DEL branches are certified under NSM #901 as an Intermediate and Final Stage Manufacturer.
This means that every truck upfit performed in our facilities is done so according to Transport Canada’s standards for lighting, weight distribution, and best practices.
Town Moto is a motorcycle shop based in Toronto. They are building a culture that speaks to new young riders. Town Moto is very trendy, fashionable and you can tell they love vintage accessories. Flat Track Racing has a rich history, so the type of look and feel seems to fit with the Town Moto culture. Our developing partnership will hopefully change the future and the vision of motorcyclists.
Klotz Racing Lubricants have always been involved with Canadian Flat Track Racing. Owner Sam Donnolly has always been a huge Flat Track enthusiast. He has supported Steve Beattie throughout his pro race career, and continues to support riders today. Klotz products are available for sale at all 2014 Flat Track Canada events.
Inside Motorcycles is one of Canada’s leading motorcycle magazines, published by Inside Track Communications. Inside has given Flat Track a boost in Canada, they help by making a breakthrough into the public eye writing about Flat Track on regular basis. Our partnership with Inside will always remain strong as they help us gain credibility.
Outlaw Productions has been building a media platform for Flat Track Racing. Our partnership to them will help us build the culture that surrounds Flat Track and help bring newcomers to see the true value of our sport.