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Harley-Davidson To Build Entry-Level V-Twin In India

To a lot of American workers, "outsourcing" is a dirty word. But sometimes companies have to open factories overseas just to be competitive with products built in that market. At least that's what Harley-Davidsonis hoping its flag-waving, made-in-America customer base will take into...

Published on December 21 2012, 21:11
Source: blogs.motorcyclistonline.com
 

Harley-Davidson officially killed the VR 1000 Superbike program a day or so ago after thirteen years of effort on their part to become competitive in America's premier racing series. A bit of history and analysis is in order. The VR 1000 project was started in 1988 by then VP of Engineering Mark... 

PHOTOS: Brian J. Nelson, Tom Riles & Harley-Davidson They say: "Built by all of us. For all of us." We say: "The first crowdsourced motorcycle." For a 110-year-old company often criticized for being stuck in the past, Harley-Davidsonis remarkably cutting-edge when it comes to business practices.... 

Well, ahh, basically we were just looking for an excuse to tool around on H-D's swell new FSXB Breakout for a while, and decided to bring one of our favorite cruisers, the , along for the ride to see how things stack up between these American cruisers. In the powertrain departments, at least,... 

With the international motorcycle press gathering in Europe and India this week for the riding launch of the all-new Street 750, The Motor Company's global entry-level V-twin cruiser, it appeared that those of us in the US were going to be left out in the cold. But justice was served in the 11th... 

Harley-Davidsonwas the last company anyone expected a surprise from at the traditionally Euro-centric EICMA Expo in Milan, but a surprise was exactly what we got when the American manufacturer revealed its plainly named Street 500 and Street 750, the first models from an all-new, entry-level... 

England and India haven't always enjoyed the best of relations, but Triumph is hoping all is forgiven as it makes plans to open a factory to build 250cc twins on the subcontinent. The proposed facility in Narasapur, near the city of Bangalore, is set to be up and running by 2015, according to... 

Alas, the poor continues to get little love from MO, finishing third of three in our recent against Triumph's excellent new Street Twin and Moto Guzzi's still very good V7 Stone II. No doubt a few Triumph tuners and a handful of Guzzi specialists will get to work on those bikes, but few if any...