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.
The 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber is most successful new model launch in Triumph’s history with more customers taking delivery of the Bobber in the first 30 days than any previous motorcycle.
Ducati presented its positive 2016 sales report to its owners, Audi AG, during an annual press conference this week held at Audi AG headquarters.
One day after Yamaha recalled its YZF-R3 due to fuel-tank issues, the Japanese motorcycle manufactured has issued yet another recall on it YZF-R3 sportbike.
As part of its brand-expansion strategy, Ducati has launched its new flexible financing leasing program: Ducati Premier Financing.
Zero Motorcycles has appointed Samuel Paschel as Chief Executive Officer, who comes to the electric-motorcycle manufacture with 20 years of experience.
The employees at the Suzuki motorcycle factory take every aspect of its manufacturing very, very seriously. It is very striking to witness.
Harley-Davidson has released its 2016 Q4 report, and says worldwide motorcycle sales were down 1.6% compared to 2015, and USA sales declined 3.9%.
EBR Motorcycles To Liquidate Product Equipment and Parts Less than a year after an EBR Motorcycles Launch Party that featured the 2016 EBR 1190SX and...
2016 BMW Motorcycle Sales For the sixth-straight year, BMW Motorrad has set a yearly sales record. BMW Motorrad reports that 2016 was its best-year ever,...
Riding the momentum of the 90th Anniversary, 2016 Ducati sales topped 55,000 motorcycles, setting a new record for the Bologna-based brand.
MV Agusta USA has partnered with Urban Motor Group to create a new strategy in the US that will “reinforce and consolidate the brand."
Due to declining sales and loss of profit over three of the past five years (2011-2015), Polaris Industries will pull the plug on Victory Motorcycles.