Retail

The owner of Britt Motorsports in North Carolina says a lawsuit over flooring concerns a dealership he no longer owns and will be resolved without affecting his o
Arctic Cat has promoted Brad Darling, 45, to VP and GM of its snowmobile division, assuming duties previously filled by retired CEO Christopher Twomey. The appoi
While many powersports dealers are hoping for snow to boost sales, Rocky Mountain ATVs in Rexberg, Idaho, could have done with a little less. The dealership’
Parts Unlimited has announced the appointment of Don Jensen as the Arctiva Brand Manager. “His in-depth product knowledge will, no doubt, be a benefit to e
Graves Motorsports has opened new online resource forum to offer a portal for support and feedback based on Graves Yamaha R1 and R6 branded products and giving us
Robert Williams of Brewster, Mass., had to ask the dealer how to ride the first bike he bought in 1972. But since last February, he’s the owner of Robert's
CITY OFFICIALS in Ocean City, Md., are considering a West Virginia dealer’s plans to bring Delmarva Bike Week events back to Ocean City's Inlet parking
Mesa, Arizona’s Motorcycles on Main event will continue with a new sponsor after the exit of a 2010 sponsor cast doubt on its future. The Downtown Mesa Ass
Jan 17, 2011
Max BMW in Brookfield has stopped selling Ducati and Indian and focused its new Connecticut store on BMW since buying the former Cliff's Cycle Revolution. "Ducat
Gengras Harley-Davidson in East Hartford, Conn., has been through a lot of changes and a handful of GMs since buying BMW and Triumph franchises from Canton Cycles
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