As EV acceptance and adoption grows, Zero continues to be at the forefront of innovation.
Kawasaki’s new slogan, “Go with Green Power,” emphasizes that while it may be going green, its offerings aren’t going any slower.
A long racing heritage and a reputation for winning off-road with its quality motorcycles has established Beta Motorcycles in a number of segments, and now the OEM is targeting dealer growth here in the U.S.
The Hardwire plan, released in February 2021, memorializes Harley-Davidson’s push to reinvent itself.
Ziggy’s Global Director Gautam Jain and CEO Yasir Zoha visited MPN to discuss what’s new with the company and Ziggy’s growth in the U.S. market.
Royal Enfields are well positioned to appeal to younger riders. They are inexpensive, an attractive quality for people with little disposable income.
In 2019, Triumph is projected to again hit record sales, as underlined by the positive performance reported in the first nine months of the year.
KTMs are hugely popular in the adventure bike segment, a growing part of the motorcycle market. The brand has been selling well in the off-road and dual sport markets for years, and the new 790 street machine has debuted to very positive reviews.
In 2021, after many years manufacturing on the shores of Lake Como in Northern Italy, Moto Guzzi will celebrate its 100th year anniversary.
One of the things Hammer has been able to build upon is brand loyalty with not only her dealers but core customers as well.
Ducati, the quintessentially Italian manufacturer of beautiful motorcycles, is looking forward to another good year. Sales are up in many of its major markets, and 2018 saw North American sales drop only slightly from their 2017 peak.