Krazy Horse was started by Paul Beamish as a hobby when he couldn’t get the bike parts he needed locally. He established a motorcycle shop located in Bury St Edmunds that has continued to expand since opening in 1996.
The first shop was at Looms Lane. Initially supplying parts, it wasn’t long before Krazy Horse gained a reputation for building high quality custom motorcycles and began winning awards at shows throughout the UK and Europe.
We moved to a large purpose-built unit on Lamdin Road in 2012 that we called Empire House. With a spacious showroom, a café, a workshop, and clothing and parts departments our aim has been to offer all our customers a memorable and stimulating experience.
In February 2015, the expansion continued with the addition of a new showroom named Deco House, also situated on Lamdin Road - a short stroll away from Empire House. The new showroom has an adjoining car workshop and has been designed to showcase Indian and Victory Motorcycles together with Morgan Cars in a spacious, relaxed atmosphere.
Speaking about the new showroom, Krazy Horse MD, Paul Beamish, said:
“Empire House has become a successful and popular destination for serious petrol heads. The opening of Deco House is a natural development from this and we are delighted to be able to expand the services we offer.”