As the dust settles from the frenzy of pandemic foot traffic in dealership showrooms, the question that has been looming over everyone in the industry is: What comes next? Are sales going to drop to pre-pandemic levels? Will we retain the new riders that came in the last few years? Is there a way to
More people than ever before are flocking to HISUN dealers throughout the country and they certainly like what they see.
Two KTM dealers tell their story of perseverance through 2020 and discuss how the actions they took helped make their business better in 2021.
The motorcycle industry is in a stable place right now, considering all the crazy things that have happened in the last year.
Dealers are enjoying an increase of snowmobile sales this season out of a desire for people to get outside during the pandemic along with their anticipation to enjoy the thrill of trail riding.
High demand for cruiser motorcycles is further fueling the sales for motorcycles manufacturers across geographies.
Powersports prices began increasing in the second quarter of 2020 as the pandemic shifted consumer focus to more outdoor recreational activities.
New-model powersports sales increased 18.4% in 2020, with motorcycle and scooter sales rising 11.4%, according to the Motorcycle Industry Council Retail Sales Report.
People have been seeking alternative modes of transportation that don’t conflict with their fears about the coronavirus and bear a lighter price tag.
I don’t want to talk much about the politics that are happening in our country right now, other than to say that we need less hate and violence and more peace and love!
Presented by Dairyland, AIMExpo CONNECT will be held Jan. 21-22, 2021, bringing the powersports industry together for the first time since the onset of COVID-19.
HISUN had its foot on the gas, prepared to take on the challenges that this year created, ultimately moving the company further into their growth strategy at an accelerated rate.