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Although Austria's KTM has owned and manufactured Sweden's Husaberg brand of motorcycle since 1997, KTM North America first took over distribution of Husaberg bik
During an event held in Riccione to mark the San Marino Grand Prix, Lino Dainese, the founder and president of Dainese S.p.a., appointed Valentino Rossi honorary
Many a Mod might be weeping nostalgically into their parkas this week. Piaggio announced that the last Vespa PX, the company's flagship two-stroker, has rolled of
The good news? California dealers soon may be able to buy and sell — legally — exhaust systems for motorcycles equipped with catalytic converters. The
HEY SUZUKI DEALERS, waiting for the OEM to offer a selection of smaller displacement scooters to complement the 400 and 650 Burgmans? In the United States, Suz
Kawasaki says its worldwide sales of motorcycles, ATVs, utility vehicles, and personal watercraft last year amounted to 519,000 units — 17,000 units or 3.4%
Japan's Honda Motor Co. Ltd. says its business environment is being impacted by a U.S. economic slowdown, declining personal consumption in Europe, continued high
A few weeks back Rick Panettieri, the brand manager for Aprilia and Moto Guzzi, stopped by Dealernews' office to give an update on what's happening with the Piagg
MADISON, Wis. — Business has revved up at Hot Bodies Racing. The performance bodywork and accessories company reports that its windscreen sales are up 34 pe
It seems Austria's KTM has thought twice about bringing its VW-powered 2.0-turbo X-Bow to the United States. It's coming. And the best part? It's going to be stre
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