Ducati Glasgow and Triumph Glasgow reflect and look to the future as founder hands in keys.

The founder of Ducati Glasgow, Martin Rees, has decided to resign after 17 years with the company.

Martin was one of the founding owners of Ducati Glasgow – opening the Great Western Road Showroom in 2002: captivating bike enthusiasts for several years, reaching top sales records, and emerging as the face of Ducati throughout Scotland.

Martin led the business through to its relocation to Hillington Park with the £3.5million investment and addition of Triumph Glasgow, Dainese Pro Store and Cafe Racer.

Fast forward 2 years, we see the infrastructure has progressed, awards have been won, and the multi-franchise site reaches its next evolutional phase. Martin has decided to leave the company in great shape and with an unforgettable legacy.

New Managing Director and majority shareholder, Mike Robins has been heavily involved in the business since 2015. Mike is combining his 30 years of business expertise with his 30 years of biking, taking the company forward into its next stage of development. 

Mike commented, "We are sad to say farewell to Martin, although all on good terms. We can look back proudly and see how far we've come. Looking to the future, we have exciting ideas to continue the success of Ducati Glasgow and Triumph Glasgow. Just like our customers, we are looking forward to the places we'll go to, and the journey we are on." 


Kind Regards,  

Naomi Lauder

Ducati Glasgow | Marketing Executive
Pit Lane, 6 Mossland Drive, Hillington Park, Glasgow, G52 4FA

Martin Rees
Martin Rees