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UK Motorcycling Venues Financially Saved by Parliament

Monetary bailouts have been provided to numerous industries by the UK Parliament, including motorcycling venues in Great Britain & Northern Ireland. Boris Johnson’s government approved £6 Million in financial loans to affected raceways in the United Kingdom. Monetary bailouts are meant to sustain these circuits during the winter & guarantee that lost earnings can be […]

BSA Motorcycles Relaunches in Great Britain

“Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited” is a historic brand in the United Kingdom that was founded in 1861. Multiple products have been developed by BSA since it’s inception, creating firearms for World War One & Two. BSA Company Limited manufactured motorcycles, busses, cars, and military vehicles for decades. Birmingham’s prominence throughout Great Britain & Northern […]

Jawa Moto Sold Fifty Thousand Units in India During 2020

November 2020 had investors with Jawa Motorcycles thrilled at incredible growth. The “Classic Legends Lineup” had been exported from Czechoslovakia to India, Jawa Motorcycles primary market. Indian’s adopted Jawa into their mainstream vehicles since 1973, with popularity dwindling from 2000 to 2018. The Covid-19 pandemic prompted investors & executives with Jawa Motorcycles to anticipate lower […]

Polaris Q3 Profits Rise by 10%

Fiscal earnings for numerous companies have altered drastically during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Almost all corporations worldwide saw profits drop drastically when the epidemic became an international debacle. However, most would see margins enter positive percentages before Q3. One corporation that experiences this same fiscal year is Polaris, which confirmed that profit margins have begun increasing […]

BMW Motorcycles Unveil the R18 Classic

Europeans & Americans that enjoy the tourer motorcycles have a returning model to consider for 2021. The R18 Classic has been announced by BMW, marking the largest tourer motorcycles developed by the German Automotive Manufacturer. Those considering the BMW R18 Classic will receive a nostalgic touring motorcycle, which echoes similarities associated with touring cruisers from […]

2021 Lineup Announced by Zero Motorcycles

Zero Motorcycles pleased their customers & investors by announcing their lineup of two-wheeled vehicles for 2021. The Californian-established electric motorcycle manufacturer is providing consumers with a multitude of options, which focus on Off-Roading & Street riding. Two primary models are headlining the following options, making their 2021 lineup confusing for new customers entering the market. […]

The MotoBit Sentinel for Motorcyclists

Motorcyclists have wavered in their adoption of new technologies, believing that their vehicles don’t require enhancements. Few advancements have become supported by the community, with GPS Tracking being one of the few. The usage of diagnostic surveillance has caused older motorcyclists in the community to refuse to adopt new technologies. However, young riders have understood […]

Honda Motorcycles Reveals CB650R & CB500x Models

Competition has become severe for “Royal Enfield Motorcycles”, with Honda revitalizing the CB Series. Various models released under the CB Series were meant to compete against Royal Enfield during the 1960s & 1970s directly. When the REM brand became less prominent throughout the following decades, it didn’t take long for both Hondas & REMs respective […]

Valentino Rossi Signs with Petronas Yamaha MotoGP

Italian supporters of MotoGP didn’t want to see their champion driver depart from the sport, with rumours suggesting that Valentino Rossi could retire at his older age. The 41-Year-Old confirmed on September 26th that he’s signed with Petronas Yamaha MotoGP. His newly formed contract will sustain one year, meaning that Valentino Rossi’s retirement isn’t likely […]

Moto2 Rider Contracts COVID-19

International sports were gridlocked for months when the COVID-19 epidemic was declared a pandemic, affecting all nations worldwide. After numerous delegations with world government & sporting organizers, international sports have resumed their standard operations. This applies towards Formula One, MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3. Few drivers in these respective motorsports have been infected with the coronavirus. […]

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