According to the latest figures, sales of motorcycles in Europe appear to be riding into the head wind as the North American markets.
The parent company of Indian Motorcycle released its financial results for the third quarter of 2017, pulling motorcycle reporters away from the latest model reviews to dissect two-wheeled sales.
Harley-Davidson’s sales could be considered a tale of two motorcycle segments with the famed manufacturer falling on the wrong side of the story.
As the calendar continues its ride into 2017, there are signs motorcycles may not be as popular as everyone seems to think they are.
Officials at the BMW Motorrad are calling their start to 2017 'the best first quarterly sales of all time'.
Motorcycle sales were down for Harley-Davidson and the American manufacturer isn’t surprised.
Bikers appear to love Triumph’s new Bobber, certainly if sales numbers are anything to go by.
Today’s magic number is 642. That’s how many more motorcycles Italian manufacturer Ducati sold in 2016 compared to the year before.
No matter which way they’re looked at, BMW is happy with its motorcycles in North America for the first month of 2017.
Just to prove EagleRider are serious about selling motorcycles as well as renting them, the company has announced a Million Mile Limited Powertrain Protection.