Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati revealed how well 2016 went and while it could be considered moderate growth, it’s still sales heading in the right direction.
As with many matters at hand, how well 2016 went comes down to perspective and the motorcycle industry is no different. If you’re BMW Motorrad, it was an incredible year.
Triumph’s finish to 2016 was, well, triumphant! Reporting record numbers the British motorcycle manufacturer is coming out the curve known as 2016 in what appears to be perfect form.
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.
The latest financial results from Harley-Davidson paints a puzzling picture of the current motorcycle market. Whether struggling sales for larger motorcycles are a worrying trend or just a passing storm, Harley is right in the middle of it.
There is a battle fought in dealerships across the United States with Ducati taking the latest victory, leaving Harley-Davidson and Victory Motorcycles fighting for second place.
Polaris Industries, parent company of Indian and Victory Motorcycles as well as the three-wheeled slingshot have started the New Year as they wrapped up the old one, continuing to look to the riding community for its successes.
As each month has passed in 2016 BMW Motorrad have reported sales which continue to grow. All these numbers have added up to a successful first quarter for the year.
According to the latest registration numbers, an increased number of Europeans are taking to two-wheels and motorcycles are more popular than ever.