Honda Motorcycle Thailand aka A.P Honda is a significant player in distribution to Asian and European markets. The company released brochure of Honda CBR 150R in new colour patterns. New livery do not resemble usual Honda design traits but certainly escalates sporty appeal of CBR 150R.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) began its week long World Environment Day celebrations today at the Manesar Factory, Haryana and across its dealership network. Honda is celebrating â€śEnvironment Week from 5th June -11th Juneâ€™14 with the theme â€śRaise your voice not the sea levelâ€ť.
Royal Enfield inaugurated their first concept store in Poyser street, London, last month. The directly owned shop of Royal Enfield defines what the company wishes to be about; catering to fans and passionate bikers with an array of RE accessories and merchandise. Store launch event was jazzed up by legends in biking community like Laura Hastings and Johnny Brittain.
Quadricycles, the popular alternative to scooters, may have received the go-ahead, but have faired unsuccessfully when put to the Euro NCAP tests. These results have brought the quadricycle under the watchful eye of safety authorities who are viewing these devastating crash test results quite seriously.
Harley-Davidson Street 750 held its ground on ice at ESPN’s X Games Aspen at the start of the year, and is now headed to X Games Austin’s Flat Track exhibition race to kick up some dirt. Reigning AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National champion Brad “the Bullet” Baker will ride Harley-Davidson’s all new Street 750, and fans will decide if Flat Track racing should be a future medal sport at X Games Austin.
Yamaha R25 is a treat to racing enthusiasts, with sharp sporty looks and engine that demands more throttle as you rev. 2,800 lucky fans in Indonesia booked the Yamaha R25 online out of which first 1,000 will receive their rides in July. Rest may have to wait for the next month as Yamaha Indonesia Motor Manufacturing (YIMM) will be manufacturing only 2,000 bikes per month in East Jakarta plant.
Hero MotoCorp two-wheeler sales for May 2014 stand at 6,02,481 units equating to 8% sales growth over May 2013 when 5,57,890 units were sold. The previous highest preceding sales month was April 2014 with 571,054 units sold.
With about 2,000 personnel employed globally, Triumph Motorcycles has subsidiary operations in UK, America, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Benelux, Brazil, and India. Triumph has manufacturing facilities in Hinckley, Leicestershire and Thailand and assembly facilities in Brazil, and India. Triumph Motorcycles India launch 10 bikes across segments in November 2013 to begin operations here, followed by daytona 675 at the Auto Expo 2014.