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.
Amid challenging marketing conditions, Triumph has increased its worldwide motorcycle sales, along with global revenue, for a third-straight year.
Here are eight fast facts to help you understand the new financial underpinnings of the MV Agusta ownership restructuring.
The Motorsports Aftermarket Group, known as MAG, owner multiple motorsports brands, has filed for Chapter 11 as it deals with $1 billion in debt.
2018 Yamaha Star Venture Delivery Delayed — A problem in the production of the Yamaha Star Venture puts off delivery until late December.
MVA has partnered with Motorcycle Towing Services (MTS), and will offer a two-year roadside-assistance package with 24/7 emergency services.
Attributing “challenging marketing conditions,” Harley-Davidson says second-quarter motorcycle sales for 2017 were down 6.9% compared to the same period in 2016.
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Harley-Davidson is reportedly interested in buying Ducati from its owner Volkswagen for $1.67 billion. Bids are expected to begin in July.
Liquid Asset Partners says the EBR Motorcycles liquidation will begin June 7, and last for two months. The EBR sale includes discounts on all equipment
The rumor mill is churning. The Indian brand Royal Enfield is in alleged talks with Eicher Motors to purchase Ducati Motor Holding for 1.5 billion Euros.
BMW motorcycle dealerships claimed first place in the 2017 Pied Piper Prospect Satisfaction Index (PSI) U.S. Motorcycle Industry Benchmarking Study.
As expected by Harley-Davidson's financial specialist, first quarter retail sales in 2017 were down 4.2% compared to the first quarter of 2016.