Our Company began trading in the 1960's with Denis Robinson and his Son, Stewart Robinson who is the current Managing Director. In 1972 we were very lucky to acquire the Suzuki franchise. It was apparent in the early days that parts were the way to go and Stewart purchased a few new bikes (T250's) and broke them for spares to kick start our parts business and then we started selling new parts, we soon became a distributer for Suzuki parts for what was then Heron Suzuki. 

In 1977 we outgrow the premises in Albion Street and moved to Westwood Road in Broadstairs...

More about Robinson's Foundry

What makes your dealership unique?

Our vast range of stock, with over £2 million worth of stock from the 1970's upto present day, plus we have a dedicated Suzuki parts department with very knowledgeable staff.


Stewart's Son Michael joined the family business in 1986 and with his A level in Computers he helped to bring all the systems even more up to date. By now we were beginning to run out of room in Westwood so Stewart and Michael set to work looking for larger premises and eventually in 1988 we found our current site at Broad Oak Road, Canterbury.

Sadly, in 1987 Dennis passed away leaving Stewart and Michael to run the business he had so proudly built up over the years...

More about the History of Robinson's Foundry

Q & A with Michael Robinson


A: Suzuki TS50ER


A: Suzuki GSX750SE Katana

More Q&A with Michael Robinson

Buy Suzuki Motorcycle parts online

You can buy Suzuki Motorcycle parts online 24/7 from Robinsons Suzuki. At Robinsons Suzuki, we have been a genuine Suzuki motorcycle parts supplier for many years and have the in house Suzuki expertise to answer your questions on Suzuki motorcycle parts. We can also help you with selecting the correct Suzuki parts for your motorcycle or scooter.

More info on Suzuki parts
Previous spotlight - Crooks Suzuki

What gives you the biggest buzz at work?

Selling a customer a motorcycle. It's great to help people live their dream.

Also we sell many parts for older Suzukis from the 60s and 70s, it's nice to help them restore their bike to it's former glory.

Previous spotlight - Crooks Suzuki