Motorcycle dealers for Harley-Davidson have topped the Prospect Satisfaction Index for the second year in a row. The PSI, conducted by marketing company Pied Piper, measures how different brands approach the process of selling motorcycles. It looks at things such as whether or not riders were encouraged to sit on a floor model, offered demo [...]
The most historic motorcycle race in America has constantly evolved over the years, beginning as a race held on public roads and the beach to a contest held on the famed high banks of Daytona International Speedway. The machinery has changed over the years and the AMA Pro GoPro Daytona Sport Bikes have delivered close [...]
The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) in Hershey, Pennsylvania, has been honoring vintage cars and motorcycles for years, and starting March 15 they will begin showing the evolution of British bikes and how they have impacted modern-day motorcycles. ”Welcome Invasion: British Motorcycles in America, 1940 to 1980″ will highlight power English brands that have become [...]
The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance will honor Ducati motorcycles this year. From March 8 to 10, a collection of 18 rare bikes from the Italian manufacturer will be on display, including the 1946 Cucciolo, which was the brand’s first ever production motorcycle. A showcase of the motorcycles and some select street bike gear will be [...]
Yamaha released the 2012 Super Tenere in Europe long before the bike came stateside, but it made its American debut over the summer.