About Kyogle Motorcycles
Owner of Kyogle Motorcycles is Paul O’Brien. Paul has been involved in the motorcycle industry for over 30 years. Previously, Paul has travelled Australia for the Shell Oil’s Australian Road Racing Series back in 1987, and overseas as a Motorcross bike mechanic. Paul has worked in BMW, Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki dealerships as a mechanic & spare parts interpreter.
Paul’s previous business for 16 years, Paul O’Brien Motorcycle Clinic, a successful motorcycle repair workshop, with spare parts and new/used bike sales in Murwillumbah, Tweed Valley, is still going strong and Paul still works in with the new owner.
Paul has been a race official at many country motor cross & road racing events, as well as at the Australian Motorcycle Moto GP. Paul regularly rides his road bike on trips, punts his dirt bike around in the bush and operates his quad bike on his property in the Tweed Valley.
Paul also conducts his own Quad Bike rider training and maintenance schools, and motorcycle maintenance schools when time allows and recently conducted a maintenance school at his Kyogle workshop.
Paul has two Cert III in Automotive Mechanical Engineering, (motorcycle and light vehicle), a Cert IV in Training & Assessment and a Cert IV in Transport & Logistics, Motorcycle Rider Training, plus over 30 years’ experience, so Paul is fully equipped to help you with all your bike needs.
What to expect from us
With over 30 year’s experience in the motorcycle industry, and a mechanical passion, Paul’s enjoyment in the workshop is passed onto you. Paul’s mechanical skills will make sure your pride and joy is looked after, as if it was one of Paul’s own bikes.
Pauls experience as spare parts interpreter, also enhances the experience at Kyogle Motorcycles, as the right part or combined parts are sourced at the best price, be it genuine or non-genuine. And his list of contacts in the industry is extensive!
And the experience of being a NSW TAFE teacher, Paul can clearly and thoroughly explain, in easy terms to understand, the mechanics of your bike, so you know, as the owner, what is wrong with the machine, and the best way forward is shared decision between all parties.