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  1. When Suzuki first introduced the GSX-S750 to the U.S. market back in 2015, we attended the press launch in Austin, Texas expecting an exciting ride behind local resident Kevin Schwantz. Instead, torrential rain prevented us from fully evaluating the bike. That original model entered a tough market against other reasonably priced alternatives. We are thinking […]
  2. So far, Jorge Lorenzo has had a tough year aboard his new Ducati. One podium and a fourth place finish are the highlights, but there are plenty of lowlights leaving Lorenzo 9th in championship points … hopelessly out of the race for the title. A silver lining? Plenty of observers think Lorenzo may be close […]
  3. Giovanni Castiglioni will continue to control MV Agusta through a holding company partly owned by ComSar Invest.  ComSar Invest is wholly owned by Black Ocean Group, which is controlled by Timur Sardarov.  Sardarov is described in the following press release as a “Russian Dynasty Key Player in the production of oil and gas in East […]
  4. A month ago, we relayed a Reuters report that Harley-Davidson was expected to submit a bid for Ducati, which the Volkswagen Group is interested in selling. Reuters sources now contradict this. Apparently put off by the high price, Reuters’ sources indicate Harley did not submit a bid. For the first time, however, Polaris Industries (owners […]
  5. Polaris Industries, owner of the Indian Motorcycle brand, just released financial results from the second quarter of 2017, including good news for Indian sales and market share. Ignoring a big reduction in sales of Victory models, a brand that has been discontinued, but including the Slingshot three-wheeler, Polaris reported a slight reduction in quarterly sales […]
  6. Every participant in MotoGP must use the same ECU, so the playing field is level when it comes to things like traction control, right? Wrong. In an interview published on Crash.net, MotoGP Director of Technology Corrado Cecchinelli, formerly an engineer with Ducati, states independent control over the IMU by teams can allow them to influence […]
  7. Several financial news reports reflect a dramatic Harley share price drop this morning following announcements of declining sales. According to this report from CNNMoney, Harley-Davidson (HOG) shares were down more than 10% in morning trading today after the company announced an expected decline in sales for the year of 6-8%, and a 9% drop in […]
  8. Expanding on the Scout platform, Indian has introduced a new model called the Scout Bobber. Featuring the Scout’s 100 hp v-twin engine and frame, the Bobber gets several changes. Blacked-out details abound, including the wheels, frame, exhaust, handlebars, mirrors, headlight nacelle … and even the gauges. Perhaps the biggest cosmetic change is the logo on […]
  9. Despite taking a season-long thrashing from Indian Motorcycles in the American Flat Track Pro Twins series, where Indian factory riders have the top three spots and 9 of the 10 race victories, Harley-Davidson took the win last night in the X-Games Flat Track competition. Riding the relatively ancient XR750, Sammy Halbert (sponsored by Estenson Racing) […]
  10. Jack Miller joined the MotoGP series on a Honda in 2015 as the first rider to move directly to the premier class from the Moto3 series. He has been on a Honda in MotoGP ever since, most recently with the Marc VDS team. Numerous reports, principally from Europe, indicate Miller has decided to accept an […]