Please check out our eBay link below to view our entire inventory of used parts! Top Tip : Use the small search bar on the bottom right to perform an internal search within our eBayRead More →

We’re very proud of Shirley as he has just completed his first BSA twin-cylinder top-end rebuild with rigorous testing to ensure an excellent job! This motorcycle is in absolutely beautiful condition so it has been a privilege to help bring this piece of history back to a properly running state! A reminder to all customers with engine rebuilds – please return after 500 kms break-in period so we can check torque settings, valve clearances, etc. Here we see Shirley preparing for a road test with his newly completed engine rebuild despite the cold weather.Read More →

An unsung hero at OMS for his consistent work without asking for a dime in exchange. If our apprentice, Shirley (Thomas), wasn’t the one picking up/dropping off bikes – you can bet it was Nathan. Ex-military from England, he was a tank crewman and enjoys all things mechanical. He loves to build bikes on his spare time, be it a restoration or a custom café-racer, he fits in well with the staff of OMS. We literally can’t say enough good things about Nathan; he picked up the reigns of the parts counter when our previous guy left, began stripping bikes and listing the parts forRead More →

Long time friend of Phil and grew up with – as did their fathers – in rural Essex, England. They’ve worked together and even moved countries to stay in contact better! Safe-to-say they are like brothers. He is a Red Seal Journeyman Motorcycle Mechanic and completed all of his training throughout the UK. Tony worked for Ongar Motorcycles as a teenager and worked with Phil who absolutely terrorized him. Phil’s tricks ranged from putting Tony’s moped on the roof to strapping him to a lift and almost setting him on fire. Tony moved to Canada in 1988 to work at BMW Motospeciale in Cochrane andRead More →

We are proud to announce an updated Old Motorcycle Shop website! We’re also starting our weekly “Motorcycle Blog” posts which you can find in its designated tab. We hope to reach out to the general public more and keep you guys updated with the goings-on of OMS on a day-to-day basis. Maybe even give you a chuckle or two while we’re at it and some tips and tricks along the way! As of right now, we are announcing a long-standing member of the OMS family to be returning to her post as Barks Manager and Floor Attendant. If you have any suggestions or what you’dRead More →

Beginning November 1st, 2022, we will be lowering our rates to $110 per hour for all services booked-in on/after this date. Now is the perfect time to start your big winter projects/restorations! Please give us a call at 403 261 0034 or email for more information.Read More →

The Old Motorcycle Shop is looking to add a mechanic to our team. This is not your everyday mechanic position. We do everything from ground up restorations to tire changes. We are looking for somebody who really enjoys problem solving and seeing a job thru to the end. You won’t be bored here, as you will be working on a huge variety of bikes of all ages. Creativity and thinking is required, as is a true passion for working on bikes as some these older machines can be a bit of a challenge. But, that is also what makes it fun. It is becoming moreRead More →