Unlike our work, we try not to take ourselves too seriously - Click on the team members below and see why.
Started career as a motorcycle courier. Never known to have sat in the same spot for more than three minutes. Constantly looking for next package. Delivering, sorting, fixing, arranging, selling, introducing. Or talking. Mostly talking. Yet to find volume control button. Been working in the motorcycle industry for thirty years. Contact list to match.
Worked in communications industry for more than 30 years – last 20 with motorcycles. Features hairline, physique and irascible humour to verify. Quite happy on a boat. Or his recently-completed Dominator street-tracker. Loves airports and car hire desks. Oh, look at that pig up there.
Founding partner and Motocom’s creative driving force. Not such a great driving force when it comes to cars. Gets through them at an alarming rate. And bikes for that matter. And computers. Loves a classic Ducati, but has thankfully ditched his second motocross career.
Part of a motorcycling dynasty and inveterate collector of motorcycles. And gadgets. Fast-riding, but fast-balding, too. Ageing prematurely, probably thanks to obsessive attention to detail. An admirable trait, truly valued by clients. Treks annually to the Nordschleife on two or four wheels; isn’t fussy.
Surname should be spelled ‘Cements’. What she does at Motocom. Nominally in accounts department, but embraces with maternal care elsewhere, too. Most importantly on cashflow. Expert on local weather and current affairs. Happy to discuss either at length.
Born within a spit of Donington Park, so has always enjoyed the whiff of motorsport. Combined with an acute sense of fashion from London agencies. And Mulberry handbags. Hugely wide experience, and even wider workload across a variety of accounts. Recently-qualified expert in Facebook advertising.
Bred for racing. First karts, then single-seaters. Insatiable need for speed – two wheels and four. Currently focused on off-road activities after spells in WRC, Formula 1 and MotoGP. Also focused on British Land Speed Record attempt in a jet-powered dragster. Yes, really.
Very first job with Motocom was escorting Valentino Rossi around Isle of Man TT. Been peering down from Cloud Nine ever since. Enjoyed spell as a Kawasaki Ninja. London agency background allows juggling of accounts. Wizard(ess) with spreadsheets and distributor of client goodies.
Motocom’s first and longest-serving employee. Also the one bearing the closest resemblance to David Beckham. Aspiring football manager, but fills his days in the meantime as a designer with an unnerving eye for detail. Extremely tidy desk. Guardian of brand and corporate identities, with a unique sneeze.
Hendrix-loving designer, probably born in the wrong decade, but still able to handle Adobe’s latest offerings deftly. Originally from Manchester and gradually working his way south, one hot-hatch at a time. Known to click an occasional shutter and glide a video camera.
Enthusiastic racer, but crashes a bit. Keen electric trials bike rider, but crashes a lot. On the plus side, a journalism degree allows him to string a half-decent sentence together. Doesn’t appear to help string many half-decent results together though. Social media whizz.
Loves a thumper and a heavy beat. There’s probably a link. Tears it up on two wheels through local woods, occasionally alarming horses. Constantly seeking the next party. Consequently, not good in the mornings; but great with WordPress and digital design.
Web developer steeped in tech, tech, tech. Loves a bit of tech, and actually enjoys writing tech code. Gets tech-type goosebumps at the thought of tackling a server and getting it to operate more tech-efficiently. Doesn’t wilt in direct sunlight so is able to support Watford FC. Yet, looks and behaves perfectly normally.
Chris is a motorsport nut from a motorsport family with a photographic bent and a proper penchant for wolves – stickers in her car and everything. No, not the West Midlands football team, the furry type, with big fangs. She’s our latest recruit to the account management team and we’re still trying to figure if there’s a link.
Adventure junky and a coulda-woulda-shoulda-been fast-jet pilot who lives his aerial fantasies at a more sedate pace these days, although the jammy dodger got to fly in a DC3 on a recent new model launch. Currently auditioning to be the Milk Tray Man but likely to stick to day-job of being a thorough PR pro.
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We've been extolling virtues, building brands and helping form opinions for well over a decade. From manufacturers to suppliers and retailers, our unrivalled experience at every level is cemented by a fundamental passion for all things two-wheeled.
It’s not as simple as it once was, but it can be! While the humble press release may have been overshadowed by new-age media, our messages remain targeted. Crucially we know what works, what doesn’t and how to deliver it.
It’s a black art to some, but to our digital creative team it’s an exciting future, here today. We’ve built websites since the beginning and boast a portfolio of sites that we manage and maintain for major manufacturers and suppliers.
We’re not only a social media agency, but we ARE an agency that can deliver a social media strategy and service that speaks the same language as your customers. Just ask the global brands and retailers that trust us with theirs.
We live, breath and ride it. In our opinion, there’s no better way to provide our clients with campaigns that truly hit the spot – it’s no coincidence that our creative team ride and design across all types of media – traditional and digital.
We’re big advocates of the moving image and in an industry as exciting as ours we’re not short of material. We’ve shot with some of the greats – Mr Rossi for one (if you care to namedrop). From storyboards and shooting, to the final edit.
We like a good photo, but getting what’s needed isn’t always easy or cost effective. With our industry friends and contacts we can dress a shoot quickly and accordingly, or provide a simple studio shoot that doesn’t blow the budget.