Motorcycle Manufacturer’s – News

Economy, Politics Take Toll On Motorcycling: Events & Industry

By: Pete Crusoe

Motorcycle enthusiasts will be saying goodbye to some long-time events this year and the future of some other big events is still hanging in the balance. Read more »

H-D Guarantees Sporster’s Trade-in Value

MILWAUKEE (Dec. 23, 2008) – Harley-Davidson recently announced it will guarantee the value of its legendary Sportster motorcycles by backing their trade-in value. Read more »

Test Ride a Harley – Get A Free 105th DVD

Harley-Davidson Offering a Free 105th DVD with Motorcycle Demo, Rental or Purchase.

Get your voucher by visiting the Harley-Davidson website or ask your local dealer, then take a demo ride or make a qualifying purchase at a participating U.S. Harley-Davidson dealer between Sept. 1 and Oct. 15, 2008. Read more »

American Iron Horse Motorcycle Parts On The Auction Block

Ten Million dollars of motorcycle parts inventory to be sold to the highest bidder.

American Ironhorse Motorcycles filed bankruptcy earlier this year. Since then, the manufacturing rights have been sold and now the excess parts will be auctioned off. The sale includes everything needed to make your own bike from scratch and parts to customize your Harley and other V-twin’s. Read more »

Yamaha Motor Co. Lowers Profit Forecast

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Blaming financial conditions in the United States as well as high crude oil and raw material prices, Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. ,who is the world’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer, has revised its forecast financial results for fiscal 2008.

Yamaha officials say “business conditions surrounding the Yamaha Motor group remain worrisome… In this environment, demand for motorcycles in Japan and Europe is projected to decrease in 2008, while in North America the demand is forecast to remain about the same as 2007.” Read more »

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