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BSAA move that we were anticipating for quite a while now, Indian auto major Mahindra and Mahindra has acquired the UK-based two-wheeler manufacturer BSA Company for 34 lakh Pounds (around ₹ 28 crore).

 

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HDHarley-Davidson  HOG 9.03% , facing falling motorcycle sales around the world, said on Tuesday it plans to streamline its operations, reorganize and reduce its workforce during the fourth quarter in a move that will cost the company $20 million to $25 million.

 

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An auto insurance rule change that took effect the day an Ontario man suffered severe injuries in a crash has left his family on the verge of bankruptcy as he goes through an expensive and drawn-out rehabilitation process.

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Honda, Yamaha TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co Ltd 7267.T and Yamaha Motor Co Ltd 7272.T on Wednesday said they were joining forces to develop scooters for the domestic market, burying the hatchet on a decades-old rivalry and consolidating production in response to a shrinking motorcycle market.

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Friday, 09 September 2016 17:11

Royal Enfield revs up U.S. bike sales

(Photo: Rick Wood)Royal Enfield Motors, which claims to be the world’s oldest motorcycle company in continuous production, has gained some traction in the U.S. market, starting with Milwaukee.

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BombardierMONTREAL - Bombardier is juggling challenges on two fronts in Canada, temporarily suspending production of its Global business jets next year and missing a delivery deadline for a transit project in Toronto.

 

 

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Image credit: uncleru | Shutterstock.comBefore I could blink I was on the ground looking up.

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BRPBRP, which already makes snowmobiles, watercraft and the three-wheeled Spyder, plans to launch into the motorcycle market with a bold growth plan.

 

 

 

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HDHarley-Davidson Inc (HOG.N 1.73%) agreed to pay a US$12 million civil fine and stop selling illegal after-market devices that cause its motorcycles to emit too much pollution, the U.S. Justice Department said on Thursday.

The settlement resolves government allegations that Harley sold roughly 340,000 "super tuners" enabling motorcycles since 2008 to pollute the air at levels greater than what the Milwaukee-based company certified to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. READ ON

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Thursday, 11 August 2016 13:13

Mobile marketing can sell bikes

Mobile marketingAs mobile continues to proliferate itself throughout your dealership, and your customers lives, it’s not a bad idea to take a step back and assess how mobile can have a real impact on your bottom line of business.

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