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.
Mercedes’ shares have been bought out by investment fund; Giovanni Castiglioni remains in control of company.
While the main $12M fine from last summer hasn’t been forgiven, the $3M tacked on to fight pollution will supposedly be canceled this week.
Big bikes are still the key to sales growth, BMW Motorrad says.
Harley-Davidson plans to cut workforce, as well as planned shipments and expected margins for the rest of this year.
Custom bike blogger Cyril Huze says multiple sources claim Harley-Davidson wants to buy the Italian manufacturer.
Although American production is supposed to be unaffected by the move, labour leaders are kicking up a fuss over new overseas factory.