Motorcycle Company

Touring With Design Concept Sports Bikes Modern Machine

This is a good first motorcycle built by Sylvester Howard Roper, an American, who built one powered by a two-cylinder, coal powered, steam engine, in 1865. If you do not consider steam a “real” fuel, then Gottlieb Daimler, the car giant industry, built the first motorcycle in 1885, when he attached a gasoline-powered engine to an ordinary bicycle. Motorcycles have changed, a lot, throughout the year. Now there are three basic types of motorcycles: touring, cruisers, and sport motorcycles. Touring motorcycles are exactly that-motorcycles built for touring the country. Touring motorcycles can as many features as some automobiles, including audio, windshields, and even small trunks. On many touring bikes the back passenger seat has a high back that is rounded, and may have an arm chair. read more »

Motorcycle Marketing

Best Selling Motorcycle Brand Marketing Solution

Let us look at ways of producing motorcycles since 1935. Ducati is known for a strong motor sport. The company has a long and successful racing history, which began in 1951. Today spent more than 7% of revenues in the racing business. Audi brand through its subsidiary Lamborghini. Harley-Davidson, the history of the 20th century to the 21st huge and exhilarating riding experience provides Harley-Davidson bike legend status company. This brand is familiar to almost everyone, even those who have never ridden a bike in their lives. read more »

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Discover the Secret Dual-Sport Motorcycle

Let us read about details about the Versys I went to the site Kawasaki. I hover over the tab “Motorcycle” was carrying a sub-menu that offers, among other things, “Sport” and “Dual Purpose.” Mousing over the last option, another sub-menu comes with three choices: KLR 650, KLX 250 SF, and KLX 250 S. Where was the Versys? Looking around I found this under – in my opinion – very unlikely category “Sport.” Wow, Kawasaki considers the Versys a sportbike? I never would have guessed. Just a kissing cousin to the Ninja 650R, right? I do not think so. read more »