Saxon Motorcycles is up for sale, the company announced this week on Twitter.
“Saxon Motorcycles is officially being offered for sale. The sale of the company shalll include all intellectual property, inventory, parts, tools and equipment. If you have an interest in this very unique opportunity please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org," reads a tweet cited at Motorcycle USA.
The boutique V-Twin OEM first revved up in 2004, hoping to build stylish bikes at affordable prices. Customer service complaints, warranty issues and fading demand for the genre put drag on the company’s plans.
The company was sold in 2009 to enthusiast and veteran construction executives Mark Borodkin and Tim Gueltzow. According to the company website, it has dealers in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Learn more about the company on its Facebook page.
Posted by Holly Wagner
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