The future of one of Launceston’s biggest companies, Braaap Motorcycles, is still uncertain two weeks on from the Cimitiere Street store’s closure.
The company’s Hobart store also closed in July.
Braaap owner Brad Smith said he was scaling back on retail and thanked the Launceston community for 12 years of support.
“We love our city, so watch this space,” he said.
“God is good and we trust in him.”
Braaap Motorcycles still has a flagship store located in Frankston, Victoria.
Mr Smith, 29, appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on December 12, charged with six counts relating to the fitting of identification plates on motorcycles and three counts of importing vehicles requiring modification.
Mr Smith did not enter a plea and the matter was adjourned until February 13, 2018.
The charges were made against Braaap Motorcycles in July, following an eight month investigation by NSW police.