Three cruisers (the Harley-Davidson Iron 883, Yamaha Bolt, Indian Scout Sixty) and one sorta-cruiser hybrid (Moto Guzzi V9 Roamer) battle it out.
Web mag also publishes details of new Indian cruiser, slated for release later this year.
Patent drawings and spy shots indicate a new big-bore cruiser is coming from Indian.
Several Scout models under recall.
First-place race finishers now get a $10,000 payout, if they’re aboard an Indian FTR750 and follow the eligibility rules.
Harley-Davidson sees decline in sales in US, Canadian and global markets; Polaris sees profits slide, blames it on trouble with tariffs.
Trademark application in Europe hints we’re going to see something new from Indian.
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, if you like to ogle new motorcycles.
We can expect factory tracker-style bike to be more performance-oriented than most North American bikes, but don’t expect a fender-free racer.