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Though 2018 Ducati worldwide sales were down 5%, it took over the lead in the superbike segement. One in every four superbikes sold was a Panigale.
BMW Motorrad released details about its dealer-based "Rent A Ride" service, which does exactly what is says: provides short-term rentals of BMW motorcycles.
Harley released details on the "More Roads to Harley-Davidson" growth plan, including the release of a Pan America adventure bike and 975cc Streetfighter.
Into the second year of its 10-year growth strategy that includes heavy restructuring across the globe, Harley-Davidson released its Q2 financial report.
Harley-Davidson reported its first quarter financial results of 2018, The Motor Company announcing decreased motorcycle sales in the USA and a sharper focus on building the next generation of Harley riders.
While I admit to missing Ultimate Motorcycling magazine in print, I plead guilty to loving the digital delivery of information. I can access far more information about the subject I’m perusing, and it requires simply a tap or swipe of my fingertips. It’s not magic, but even Merlin would have been astonished.
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In all facets of mankind, the apocalypse is a common theme. When it comes to motorcycling in the United States, rest assured that is not the case.
Following a 6.7 % decline in yearly worldwide sales, Harley-Davidson will close the doors of its Kansas City, Missouri, facility; 800 jobs will be lost.
Ducati only increased overall sales by 0.75 percent in 2017, but it was enough to post an eighth-straight year of positive growth.
Following two years of posting yearly sales records, BMW Motorrad USA reported a slight downturn for 2017, though December sales were up 37 percent.