As the calendar continues its ride into 2017, there are signs motorcycles may not be as popular as everyone seems to think they are.
Polaris, the parent company and manufacturer of Indian and Victory motorcycle brands as well as the Slingshot, disclosed how well the companies did during the first three months of 2017.
Fans of the three-wheeled roadster from Polaris have a new, bold color to choose from, Midnight Cherry.
Fans of Indian motorcycles who want to ride the best of the best have two new choices from the historic brand, new custom-inspired Chieftain Limited and Chieftain Elite.
Polaris released financial information this morning which tells a host of stories about the challenges they faced last year.
When Polaris first acquired the Indian Motorcycle brand, many wondered how the manufacturer would market it alongside its Victory line. An announcement from Polaris today proves it's been as difficult as everyone thought it might be with the Victory brand going away pretty quickly.
Even as it promoted its three-wheeled roadster at a popular trade show, Polaris weathered the release of multiple recalls for its Slingshot.
Experts looking for trends in the latest motorcycle sales found good news in Europe with new registrations continuing to grow.
The latest financial figures from Polaris, parent company of both the Indian and Victory motorcycle brands as well as the unique Slingshot, furthers the appearance all is not well in heavy cruiser segment.
Sportsbikes, cruisers and trikes have all earned the ‘honor’ of riding into the kiddie garage by being made into electric, ridable toys. The Slingshot joins the toy line-up.