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The Cozy Sidecar

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008 Posted in Cozy | 39 Comments »

Cozy Sidecar (sometimes referred to as Cozi, Cosy)

If you have a scooter or light motorcycle (upper limit about 400 lbs / 35 horsepower — more for touring, less for sport driving) then the Cozy Sidecar made in India (which is now the world’s leader in scooter and light motorcycle production) may be just what you are looking for. Because the Cozy line of sidecars is optimized for scooter and light motorcycle attachment they have the following characteristics:

  • Lighter weight and smaller size sidecars suitable for scooter and light motorcycle attachment
  • No need to attempt to modify the motor scooter’s or cycle’s braking system as there is no separate sidecar brake needed for a light sidecar operating at moderate speeds.
  • No need to remove the motorcycle or scooter center or side stand, thus allowing easy switching between solo and sidecar riding.
  • Attachment specifically designed for frameless monocoque scooters such as the Vespa (some drilling required)

Cozy sidecars are still in production and exported out of India by several distributors

Cozy’s Products:

The current Cozy motorcycle mount is designed to bolt to the front of a single cylinder motorcycle engine mount in classic single and twin down tube frames and to the foot peg mount. Cozy sidecars are domestically attached in India to many imported and domestically produced motorcycles but experienced in sidecar mounting, the fabrication or modification of brackets, and in some cases the brazing or welding of attachment points to the motorcycle frame by a qualified technician. See the current Cozy sidecar mounting for an Enfield Bullet motorcycle

Royal Enfield Enfield of India motorcycles require a special mounting kit to install a Cozy sidecar. Cozy sidecars will fit Royal Enfields with this mounting kit.

  • Because motorcycles with non-circular (oval or square) tubular frames or frames constructed from aluminum extrusions / weldments are generally higher performance and weight machines, and Cozy sidecars are specifically designed for lower performance and lighter weight motorcycles and scooters, mounting kits will generally not be available.
  • Mounting kits for round tube frame motorcycles are under development and should be available 15 February 2000. These kits will fit frame tubing from 36 mm (1.4 inch) OD to 14 mm (0.55 inch) OD. These will kits will be similar to the tubular frame scooter kits in that these will mount a sub-frame with flange to your motorcycle. These kits will require at least three places (four is better) where you can bolt a 50 mm ( 2 inch) wide clamp strap around a frame member. No welding, frame drilling or special tools will be required.
  • Zipper fit mounting for Vespa and derivatives (Bajaj and LML) available now! The Cozy monocoque (Vespa style) scooter mounting system consists of flat steel plates which attaches to the underside of the scooter body with a dozen or so small steel bolts through the floor and was specifically developed for the Vespa and its derivatives such as the Bajaj, LML and SIL produced in India. This mount also fits the Lambretta and derivative scooters with a single central tube frame with flat floor. This unit has a flange onto which a single cantilever arm bolts which connects and positions the sidecar to the scooter. This is a more-or-less universal system for this type of scooter. If this system will stand up to Indian roads, it will stand up to anything. See the Cozy sidecar mounting for a monocoque (Vespa type) scooter
  • A special universal attachment bracket is being developed for those tubular frame scooters which are not suited for the above through-the-floor monocoque (Vespa) mounting system.
    Features of this mount are:

    • Belly pan / skid plate is retained to protect the gas tank and keep dirt away from the engine
      (requires notching the belly pan only on the side to which the sidecar mounts — no body panel cutting or drilling!)
    • Mounts directly to the 36 mm tube chassis on either side (but order correct hand sidecar!)
    • Installation requires only common hand tools such as 3/8 variable speed drill and 5/8 hole saw.
    • Struts are 5/8 X 18 threaded rods for maximum strength and rigidity
    • Sub-frame made from 2 X 2 X .110 square section steel tubing for strength and rigidity
    • Flange can be removed from sub-frame for cleanest possible appearance when sidecar is removed while still maintaining quick attach/detach capability and sidecar alignment
    • Mount either a scooter or motorcycle sidecar to the larger scooters
    • Check out the “George Clamp” for perimeter tubular frame scooters. (useful for single tube frames too)
  • The initial alignment specifications for Cozy sidecars for both motorcycles and motorscooters and mounting flange dimensions.

Cozy features:

  • A very attractive price (Be sure to note what is included by other manufacturers (such as finish sanding and paint) in their base price when comparison shopping!)
  • Rugged construction for the tough Indian road and driving conditions.
  • Your choice of right or left hand sidecar mounting. Several of the photographs below show left hand mounted sidecars which is standard in India (and England), but all units supplied will be right-hand mount (unless special ordered.)
  • Time and Indian road proven coil spring and hydraulic shock suspension
  • A quick change feature that allows mounting / dismounting of your Cozy sidecar in 10 minutes or less (after the initial installation). There is no need to remove and re-install the center / side stands when mounting and dis-mounting a Cozy sidecar.
  • Choice of body material
  • The eight following items are included in the base price of every Cozy sidecar
    (Be sure to note what is included in the base price when comparison shopping!)

    1. front bumper
    2. side guard
    3. utility / luggage rack
    4. passenger assist step
    5. windshield
    6. tonneau (dust) cover
    7. spare tire mount securely welded to the sidecar frame (scooter sidecars only)
    8. factory finish paint (acid dip, phosphate dip, 2 primer coats, 2 color coats, 2 clear coats — total 6 coats)
  • Your choice of finishes * included in the base price for the front bumper, side guard and sidecar rear utility / luggage rack of:
    • Heavy chrome plate, or
    • Gloss black powder coat, or
    • Matte black powder coat, or
    • Wrinkle (Japan) black powder coat
  • Scooter accessories available at extra cost include:
    • Spare tire and rim (frame mounted spare tire carrier is included with all Cozy scooter sidecars at no extra charge)
      (Cozy scooter sidecars use a 3.50 X 10 tire on a Vespa specification split rim)
    • Spare tire cover (scooter only)
    • Rack to mount sidecar or scooter spare on rear of scooter sidecar (replaces luggage rack)
    • folding front luggage rack* finished to match your Cozy sidecar trim
    • folding rear luggage rack* with or w/o spare tire mount finished to match your cozy sidecar trim
    • fixed front luggage rack* finished to match your Cozy sidecar trim
    • fixed rear luggage rack* with or w/o spare tire mount finished to match your cozy sidecar trim
    • front and rear cowl guards*
    • front and rear turn indicator lens guards*
    • front fender guard, with or without Piaggio logo*

* NOTE: It is difficult to color match a sidecar to an older motorcycle or scooter without seeing the vehicle. The paint that Cozy sprays is new paint and will exactly match a new motorcycle or scooter, but if your “pride and joy” is a few years old, it is likely that its paint has faded. If an exact color match is important we suggest that you get the sidecar in neutral gray (or a close generic color) and have it finish painted by a knowledgeable local automotive painter. They will know how to tint the paint, change the amount of reducer, adjust air pressure, etc. to get a perfect match. This is even more important if you have metallic paint as this has a “grain” which must also be matched to the vehicle paint “grain.” Subject to these limitations, cozy can apply pin striping in gold, white or other colors in styles which closely emulate those used on vintage and classic motorcycles and scooters which tend toward basic black and British Racing Green. A photograph of your desired pin striping details is required.

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History of the Cozy

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in History | 1 Comment »

Here is some great history about the Cozy sidecar. This except is from the website of the US Cozy importer Cyclesidecar.com (Used with permission) They have been importing Cozy sidecars in to the United States since 1998.

A Brief History of the Cozy Sidecar

The Cozy has its roots with the famous German sidecar manufacturer Steib. The Steib company was founded in 1914 by Josef Steib Sr. The Steib company started as an automobile paint and upholstery shop. In 1925, Steib was contracted by Ardie-Werk to build a sidecar for their new Ardie TM-500 motorcycle touring model. It was at this point that Steib expanded his shop facilities to accommodate sidecar fabrication.

Vintage Sidecar DrawingBy the 1930’s Steib together with Stoye of Leipzig, the major sidecar supplier for Ardie-Werk at the time, enjoyed 80% of the market share in Germany. By the 1950’s, Steib was the world leader in sidecar production and sales with over 90% market share. In 1955, Steib fabricated approximately 50 sidecars per day. A year later production fell to only 5 sidecars per day and dwindled almost to a close when Ardie-Werk shut down in 1958. By this time however BMW was still offering motorcycles with Steib sidecars and even had one model commissioned to their specs, a modified TR500 marketed as the BMW Spezial.

In the 1960’s Mr. Bhatwadekar of Mumbai (Bombay) India made an arrangement in collaboration with Steib to manufacture a Steib sidecar in India. He worked with Mr. Wahab, an Indian craftsman to develop the sidecar. At some point differences developed between the two men and they split into two companies; Cozy sidecars and Globe sidecars. There was a good market in India for the sidecar and both companies did a good business. Globe not only sold sidecars within India but did quite well in the export market. Mr. Bhatwadekar passed away and Globe was taken over by his son Mr. Shekhar. The market for sidecars in India started to falter and Globe was surviving on the export market and Cozy was only a small supplier.

In 1994 an enterprising businessman named Avinash Gupta from Pune India, a former engineer with Bajaj Auto, started a marketing company namely Silverline Marketing. He approached Globe with the intention of helping them further their export market. At the time Globe was the dominant sidecar supplier in India. They declined and Mr. Gupta then joined hands with the smaller Cozy sidecars. By this time Mr. Bhatwadekar and Mr. Farid (son of Mr. Wahab) had taken over the leadership of Cozy. Silverline Marketing’s first order was from Germany for 20 sidecars. The German customer wanted the sidecars made to mount on the right hand side of the motorcycle as opposed to the left had side as had been the norm in India. Mr. Gupta developed the sidecar for Cozy, devised the packing and insisted on only top quality products. Through his skill in marketing, honest approach to business and a great product from Cozy he turned them from a strictly domestic company into a global company. Globe, which had been surviving on international business, lost most of it to Cozy and a few years ago closed its doors and liquidated their assets.

Today we (Cyclesidecar.com) enjoy a strong relationship with Mr. Gupta and his son Shital who has joined him in business as well as the Cozy Company. We have done business with them for many years and love the product. Cozy makes a good strong high quality sidecar. Mr., Gupta has been a very reliable person to do business with, He continues to help develop the Cozy sidecar and its accessories in addition to acting its agent.

For more information please checkout their website: http://www.cyclesidecar.com/about/index.html

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Cozy Stealth Raptor

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in Stealth Raptor | No Comments »

 ”Stealth Raptor” with a high strength rust proof fiber composite body mounted to a Vespa / Bajaj for right-hand drive traffic. This unit has full custom paint job. Note the painted wheel centers and driving light at the base of the windshield. The front bumper, sideguard, and luggage / utility rack are finished in cozy’s standard high-luster hand-buffed chrome.

 

The “Stealth” Raptor has a light weight, rust proof and very strong body of fiber composite laminate.

Other mounting examples:

Note that the following 8 items are included in the base price for all Cozy sidecars: (1) front bumper,(2) side guard, (3) passenger assist step, (4) tonneau (dust) cover, (5) luggage / utility rack (not installed by owner on this unit), (6) frame mounted spare tire carrier, (7) windshield (”new” model shown), (8) factory finish paint (medium gray standard on all stock units, Cozy factory colors available at no extra cost on special order)

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Cozy Steel Raptor

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in Steel Raptor | 3 Comments »

The “Steel Raptor” is midway between the contemporary styling of the “Stealth Raptor” and the classic styling of the Retro and Rocket. It is very compatible with the classic Vespa and many of the newer scooters. It generally resembles the Piaggio / Vespa factory supplied sidecar which is no longer in production. This is a good choice for almost any use. All units in stock are finished in the Cozy factory medium gray enamel.

 

A left-hand mount “Steel Raptor” with an all steel body mounted on an automatic (varamatic) transmission scooter for right-hand drive traffic. Both have been finish painted in the deep lustrous Cozy Midnight Blue. Note the black powder coated bumper and custom sideguard which goes well with this paint. The scooter and sidecar windshields have removed by the owner for a sportier appearance.

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Either Raptor sidecar is a good stylistic match with the newer angular scooters and motorcycles.

Note that the following 8 items are included in the base price for all Cozy sidecars: (1) front bumper,(2) side guard, (3) passenger assist step, (4) tonneau (dust) cover, (5) luggage / utility rack (6) frame mounted spare tire carrier, (7) windshield, (8) factory finish paint (medium gray standard on all stock units, Cozy factory colors available at no extra cost on special order)

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Cozy Stealth Raptor - Honda Kinetic DX Mounted

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in Stealth Raptor | 3 Comments »

A Cozy “Stealth Raptor” with a high strength rust proof fiber composite body mounted to a Kinetic DX scooter for right-hand drive traffic. [Right hand mount for left hand drive furnished as standard unless otherwise specified] The front bumper, sideguard, and luggage / utility rack are finished in gloss black powdercoat to match the scooter trim.

 

The Kinetic DX is very similar to the Honda AN125 Aero. It has a displacement of 90 cc and a Varamatic automatic transmission typical of most modern scooters. If you are outside of the United States and are interested in the DX scooter or a pre-assembled combination.

 

The “Stealth” Raptor has a light weight, rust proof and very strong body of fiber composite laminate and is ideal for use with the new scooters with automatic transmissions.

Note that the following 9 items are included in the base price for all Cozy sidecars: (1) front bumper,(2) side guard, (3) passenger assist step, (4) tonneau (dust) cover, (5) luggage / utility rack (not installed by owner on this unit), (6) frame mounted spare tire carrier, (7) windshield (”new” model shown), (8) hidden storage compartment behind the passenger seat with pin tumbler lock, (9) factory finish paint (medium gray standard on all stock units. Cozy factory colors available at no extra cost on special order)

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Cozy Steel Raptor - Honda Aero Mounted

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in Steel Raptor | 9 Comments »

Another Cozy Steel Raptor sidecar, this time attached to the Kinetic Engineering Ltd. (India) derivative of the proven Honda Aero 125 (Lead 125 outside of the US) with two-stroke engine and Varamatic transmission for right-hand drive.

 

While scooters of this displacement (and smaller) frequently have sidecars attached to them in India, these are generally used in highly urbanized areas with considerable congestion and high traffic density, thus not requiring high acceleration or top speed. Additionally, the average Indian is considerably lighter than the typical American. A larger displacement scooter is suggested for American driving conditions.

 

Careful reading of the bottom view indicates that this is a vehicle for a disabled individual showing how a Cozy sidecar can enable individuals with conditions which would otherwise not allow safe riding, to enjoy the simple pleasure of riding on a scooter, and the benefits of rapid and convenient scooter transportation.

 

This sidecar is equipped with matte black powder coated trim. Note the “assist bar” on the inside of the windshield. The owner has chosen to mount the sidecar spare on the rear of the scooter for a more sporting appearance. This is a custom application but is available on special order.

Note that the following 8 items are included in the base price for all Cozy sidecars: (1) front bumper,(2) side guard, (3) passenger assist step, (4) tonneau (dust) cover, (5) luggage / utility rack (not installed by owner on this unit), (6) frame mounted spare tire carrier, (7) windshield, (8) factory finish paint (medium gray standard on all stock units, Cozy factory colors available at no extra cost on special order)

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Cozy Steel Raptor - Helix Mounted

Monday, June 9th, 2008 Posted in Steel Raptor | 4 Comments »

The Steel Raptor is very close in appearence to the Vespa sidecars of the 50s and 60s. It is shown here attached to a Honda Helix. After several tanks of gas there does not seem to be any major change in fuel consumption (still in the low to mid 50’s in mixed town/rural driving). 3/4 throttle cruising speed is about 55 MPH.

 

A Cozy scooter Steel Raptor (Cozy 200) with 10 inch Vespa pattern tire mounted to George’s Honda Helix using a sub-frame. A frame mounted spare tire holder is standard on scooter model sidecars. The sub-frame is over-length, both to be more universal for larger displacement tubular frame scooters and to mount a steering damper if desired. Some wobble is noticeable at very low speeds when starting but is easily controllable, so a damper has not been mounted. The sub-frame length can be trimmed using a hack-saw if desired. The Aspencade emblem on the front of the Helix is not a standard factory item.

Head on view of the Cozy Steel Raptor attached to a Honda Helix.

 

This sidecar has matte black powdercoat trim to match the black trim on the Helix. This is a special order option available at no extra cost. Stock units will have chrome trim. Unit is shown mounted as close as possible to the scooter. Road tests indicate that it is desirable to have a slightly wider spacing comparable to compact autos.

Right rear 3/4 view.

 

Note that the end of the sidecar is about in line with the end of the scooter when the suggested distance between the center of the rear scooter wheel and sidecar wheel is set.

A passenger’s eye view of the windshield and grab bar. This grab bar is constructed from 1/2 inch (13 mm) heavy steel tubing and is both a mounting bracket for the wind shield and a grab bar or assist handle for the sidecar passenger or when reaching to the nose of the sidecar to store something. Passengers will tend to use the wind shield as an assist handle even when it does not have this type of reinforcement, so this is a very worthwhile feature. The windshield is constructed from heavy 1/4 inch ( 6 mm) shatterproof medium tinted plastic. Bar is finished in flat black but appears to be chrome because of direct sunlight.

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Cozy Retro Classic

Friday, June 6th, 2008 Posted in Retro Classic | No Comments »

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The Retro Classic is rugged sidecar of all steel construction which has evolved over many years to exactly meet the needs of a scooter or light motorcycle owner for a utility sidecar. In India it is one of the most popular styles of sidecar because it has both good cargo capacity and passenger comfort. This sidecar, although more ruggedly constructed, is very similar in appearance to the vintage European sidecars frequently seen in photographs of the classic scooters in the 50’s and 60’s. A motorcycle version of the Retro is available with a larger motorcycle tire and wire wheel. All units in stock are finished in the Cozy factory medium gray enamel.

Information about a Retro Classic on a Bajaj Chetak

The “Retro Classic” is cozy’s version of the traditional utility sidecar. Shown is the domestic Indian left-hand mount / right-hand drive version. For North / South America and continental European use, the sidecar mounts on the other side for left-hand drive. The “Retro Classic” is constructed from heavy gauge steel for strength and durability. The model is setting on the luggage/utility rack on the rear of the sidecar showing that it is strong enough to take considerable weight and is not just for decoration. The sidecar is finished in cozy’s medium blue which matches the Vespa (Bajaj) factory color. Notice the mud on the tires. This scooter is in daily use and is not a “hangar queen” used only for photographs.

Note that the “new” model windshield shown on the other sidecars is available unless you specifically request the classic windshield shown.

Note that the following 8 items are included in the base price for all Cozy sidecars: (1) front bumper,(2) side guard, (3) passenger assist step, (4) tonneau (dust) cover, (5) luggage / utility rack (not installed by owner on this unit), (6) frame mounted spare tire carrier, (7) windshield, (8) factory finish paint (medium gray standard on all stock units, all Cozy factory colors available at no extra cost on special order) Keep this in mind when comparing the Cozy to other makes.

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Cozy Road Rocket

Friday, June 6th, 2008 Posted in Road Rocket | 2 Comments »

The “Road Rocket” is cozy’s version of the classic Zeppelin style (AKA Cucumber Nose) sidecar in all steel construction. This style has been popular for at least 65 years and shows no sign of becoming dated. In India this is the most popular sidecar for motorcycle mounting. Motorcycle sidecars with a motorcycle tire and wire wheel are also available.

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The Cozy “Road Rocket” sidecar attaches perfectly to Vespa and its derivatives such as the Bajaj with a specially developed mounting kit. This combination is finished in cozy’s deep Midnight Blue paint. (other colors available) The front bumper, sideguard and luggage/utility rack are finished in cozy’s standard thick hand-buffed high-luster chrome. Shown is a left-hand model for countries with right-hand drive such as India, Japan, Australia and England. American units will be supplied in right hand mount for left-hand drive unless specially ordered. A Cozy sidecar includes the mounting hardware, windshield, front bumper, sideguard, luggage/utility rack, tonneau cover and finish paint in the base price. A motorcycle version of the “Road Rocket” with appropriate mounting hardware and a larger motorcycle tire is also available.

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Cozy Road Rocket - Royal Enfield Mounted

Friday, June 6th, 2008 Posted in Road Rocket | 17 Comments »

The popular Cozy “Road Rocket” sidecar mounted on India’s work horse motorcycle, the Enfield 500cc Bullet for use in right-hand drive traffic. The “Road Rocket” is a good match for most “thumper” [single cylinder] motorcycles with 250 cc or more displacement intended for road use including the Suzuki Savage. This unit has also been satisfactorily installed on lower displacement twins such as the Honda 250cc Rebel. Note the black powder coated front bumper, sideguard, and passenger step. The sidecar is finish painted in cozy’s deep lustrous factory raven black paint which is an excellent match to the Enfield black. Remember: a Cozy sidecar includes in the base price the finish paint, the front bumper, the sideguard, the luggage/utility rack, the passenger assist step, the windshield and tonneau cover.

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