In just five years, Powersports of Palm Beach went from $1 million in sales to $7 million, and the Florida-based dealership continues to grow due to its different dealership process.
The 45-acre property will be the permanent location to a state-of-the-art 140,000 sq. ft. auction facility that will service powersport, RV and marine dealers all throughout the state.
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 new NPA Lakeland is already open and ready to welcome dealers for its first auction on Wednesday Nov. 4, 2020, which will be held live in-person and online via NPA Simulcast.
Retiring from the oil field and rebuilding their life on the gulf coast, owners Chuck and Ashley Otwell first opened the doors to Otwell’s Extreme Motorsports in 2017, moving to their current location in Pensacola, FL from Fort Walton Beach in 2018.
The fact that the motorcycles are not front and center does not stop WMR from selling lots of motorcycles — the dealership is one of the top KTM and Husqvarna dealerships in the country.
In 2010, the economy and the powersports industry was slow, but Sprague was willing to put it all on the line and take a chance to follow his passion.
Rinehart Racing is making its return to world-famous Daytona Beach, FL, for the 26th annual Biketoberfest, bringing their American Pipes for American Bikes to the rally-going masses.
Midtown buys, sells, trades and services all makes and models of motorcycles, scooters, quads and more.
According to a Fox News report, Jaguar Power Sports, a motorcycle dealership in Jacksonville, Florida, will not be fined for flying military flags after a warning citation from a city employee led to a verbal altercation with a veteran.
The new facility and its goal of one day delivery is in response to Suzuki’s growth in the Sunshine State and will be a benefit to dealers and customers that reside there.
Solano Cycle [dropcap]E[/dropcap]laine Haines was on a trip to Key West, Fla. and witnessed first-hand its prolific scooter culture. Returning home to Northeast Florida, she then imagined the possibilities of such a business in the historic town of St. Augustine, Fla. Her son, Martin Solano, was at a crossroads in his career and was ripe