It has been an exciting year for the powersports industry and our readers let us know what their favorite news stories were for 2018, based on feedback from our website. To reread some of your favorite stories of 2018, visit motorcyclepowersportsnews.com.
Top Trails, one of Alabama’s fastest-growing UTV, ATV and off-road motorcycle parks that’s located between Birmingham, AL and Atlanta, GA, hosted record attendance at their April 2018 Spring Mud Jam and as a result, will make improvements to their facility to improve the riding experience.
For more info: toptrails.net
BRP redesigned its lineup of Can-Am ATVs for 2019 with greater functionality, increased capability and more affordability.
For more info: canamoffroad.com
Yamaha introduced its 2019 WaveRunner line that includes a ground-up redesign of the brand’s luxury FX Series; an all-new entry-level, high-performance EX model; and major performance upgrades for the race-ready Yamaha GP1800R and VXR.
For more info: yamahawaverunners.com
Following three years of record retail sales in North America, Triumph Motorcycles announced the opening of four new flagship stores in major U.S. cities including Triumph Brooklyn, Triumph Cleveland, Triumph Albuquerque and Triumph Phoenix.
For more info: triumphmotorcycles.com
During a special event held in conjunction with Honda’s Automobile Division, and coinciding with the L.A. Auto Show, American Honda confirmed its entry in the sport side-by-side segment, unveiling the all-new Talon 1000X and Talon 1000R models.
For more info: powersports.honda.com