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.
Polaris, the parent company and manufacturer of Indian and Victory motorcycle brands as well as the Slingshot, disclosed how well the companies did during the first three months of 2017.
Polaris released financial information this morning which tells a host of stories about the challenges they faced last year.
When Polaris first acquired the Indian Motorcycle brand, many wondered how the manufacturer would market it alongside its Victory line. An announcement from Polaris today proves it's been as difficult as everyone thought it might be with the Victory brand going away pretty quickly.
As they promised earlier this week, Victory Motorcycles used the Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS) at the Javits Center in New York to announce the winners of its ‘Operation Octane’ dealer build contest.
Bikers in and around the ‘Big Apple’ will be the first to see the winning designs in Victory’s Operation Octane dealer custom build contest at the New York edition of the Progressive International Motorcycle Show.
The center of the motorcycle universe will be in Long Beach this weekend as the 2016-2017 Progressive International Motorcycle Show kicks off and Victory Motorcycles is ready to celebrate.
With a large part of the motorcycle community built on serving or retired military personnel, Veteran's affairs should be important to riders. When a recently released report about veterans caught our eye, we knew it needed to appear in the pages of Clutch and Chrome.
Victory Motorcycles are bringing together the general public and military veteran as well as active service members with its ‘Thank a Hero’ program which starts today, November 1st, 2016.