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Wager, work and the Supermono


Britaliamoto Ltd was created by Alistair Wager, motorcycle designer and engineer, to be the commercial outlet for his construction of the Ducati Supermono Strada. Since late 2009, bikes have been commissioned and completed for buyers in countries such as South Africa, Italy, France and New Zealand.  Interest comes in from all over the world - latest builds are likely to end up in the US and Australia.


Durring his career, Alistair has worked on 19 of the 67 Ducati Supermonos made. He feels fortunate enough to have worked with some of the world’s top riders. In 1994 he was race engineer for the late Robert Holden at the Isle of Man TT singles when Robert won second place.. He crew chiefed for racing journalist Sir Alan Cathcart, the 2 times runner-up in the European Supermono Championship in1994 and 1996. 


He was chief engineer on the Saxon Truimph Superbike (see below) that was raced in the 1996 Formula USA Championship by multi-USA championship winner Scott Zampach. The bike had previously been successfully raced in Europe in the World Bear Series (for British, American and European bikes) with wins at Monza, Zeltweg, Assen with riders Alan Cathcart and Robert Holden. 


Alistair also worked for Yamaha as its technical co-ordinator for road racing in the debut year of the R6 and R7 when they won the Manufacturers Championships in 1999 and 2000.


Alistair managed the HMC Ducati Factory-supported race team in the AMA Superbike Championship in 2001 working with the great riders Scott Russell (1993 World Superbike Champion) and Steve Rapp.   


Other Britaliamoto projects 


Britaliamoto doesn’t just make Supermono Stradas.  Many models of Ducatis, some Velocettes and others have been brought back to renewed vigour under the perfectionist hands of Amazinal.


Alistair is building up his innovative designs of parts and he is working with patent experts to get them ready for market.

Two designs are being fabricated.


In 2010 he designed and helped build Paul Taylor’s innovative carbon fibre monocoque Moto2 prototype to be debuted in the Spanish 2011 CEV Buckler Moto2 Championship.


The day-to-day operations of Britaliamoto, as well as marketing and events is run by Lotte Poole. Lotte started work with Alistair as his business coach when he was first developing ways to market the Supermono Strada. Since then she has systemised production, set up a parts inventory and catalogue, developed strategic and marketing plans for the organisation and designed, written and created the website.


She is a successful entrepreneur (having set up and sold five of her own companies), business coach and mentor, trainer and facilitator, who has worked in the Far East, Australia, and the US. She’s passionate about motorcycles, especially Ducatis, and is the proud owner of a Ducati Monster. She waiting patiently in line for her own Supermono.

 

Name: Britaliamoto Ltd

Age: 7 years

Birthday: November 2009




Alistair Wager: Designer/Engineer/Builder/Owner                    


Lotte Poole: Business Director



Based: Northampton, UK


Main business:

  1. Bullet Building Supermono Stradas


  1. Bullet Motorcycle renovations


  1. Bullet Designing motorcycle parts


  1. Bullet Distributing motorcycle parts



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