Yay! CMG lives on to fight another day! Lots of other days, actually.
Report says bikes now assembled by a skeleton crew in Switzerland.
The Financial Times reports Royal Enfield is about to make a bid for Ducati, possibly as much as $2 billion.
Once again, Royal Enfield boosts production capacity; the Indian manufacturer plans to sell 825,000 units in the 2017-2018 fiscal year.
Canada Moto Guide preparing to close at the end of August.
Travel to Indian’s home base in Spirit Lake and you can watch bikes being built on the factory’s robotic assembly line.
A deal between Triumph and Bajaj has come out of nowhere, and offers very interesting possibilities down the road.
Bonnier plans to restructure motorcycle publications, which is bad news for sportbike mag.
Reuters says majority of supervisory board doesn’t want to sell off Ducati shares at this point, due to strong performance.
After listening to phone call with MoCo stockholders, Cyril Huze lays out a few numbers that show the company’s performance.