Polaris 2016 Fourth Quarter Earnings And Full Year Results

This Tuesday morning January 24, Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) reported fourth quarter 2016 sales of $1,217.8 million up 10 percent from $1,105.6 million for the fourth quarter of 2015. Fourth quarter 2016 reported net income was $62.6 million, or $0.97 per diluted share, compared with $110.7 million, or $1.66 per diluted share, for the 2015 fourth quarter.

For the full year ended December 31, 2016 the Company reported sales of $4,516.6 million, a decrease of 4 percent versus $4,719.3 million in the prior year. Reported net income was $212.9 million, or $3.27 per diluted share, compared with $455.4 million, or $6.75 per diluted share, for the full year 2015.

Motorcycle segment sales, including its PG&A related sales, decreased 35 percent in the 2016 fourth quarter to $105.7 million. Both Indian and Victory reported lower sales in the fourth quarter due to difficult comparables as product availability for all brands improved significantly in the 2015 fourth quarter, and as the Company reduced motorcycle production in the 2016 fourth quarter to complete the final paint system upgrade in Spirit Lake, IA. Slingshot® sales were down due to low product availability related to recall activity. Gross profit for the fourth quarter 2016 decreased 94 percent to $1.6 million compared to $24.0 million in the fourth quarter of 2015 due to lower production rates and higher warranty expense.

Fourth Quarter Segment Results (in thousands). Reporting segment sales includes their respective parts, garments and accessories (“PG&A”) related sales

North American consumer retail demand for the Polaris motorcycle segment, including Victory®, Indian Motorcycle® and Slingshot®, was down mid-single digits percent during the 2016 fourth quarter while the overall motorcycle industry retail sales, 900cc and above, declined low-single digits percent in the 2016 fourth quarter. Indian Motorcycles retail sales increased about 20 percent while Victory retail sales were down mid-single digits percent during the quarter. Slingshot retail sales were down significantly due to tough comparable in the fourth quarter last year as the Company experienced unseasonably strong retail sales in the initial year of Slingshot product availability in 2015. Continue reading ‘Polaris 2016 Fourth Quarter Earnings And Full Year Results’


Brexit Sidecars Sale And How They Are Made.

Watsonian Squire, one of the largest sidecars producers, is a British company with North America distribution.

Following Britain’s Brexit vote, the sterling pound got heavily depreciated against the US dollar, making their products (sidecars and trailers) much cheaper for the American and Canadian buyer.

Time for you outside the UK to take advantage of this political event…I just relayed their message and take this opportunity to show you how their sidecars are made.

A 1912 Harley-Davidson X8E Previously Owned By Steve McQueen At Bonhams Las Vegas Auction

Another motorcycle previously owned by “King Of Cool” Steve McQueen will be auctioned tomorrow January 26 at the Bonhams Las Vegas Auction.

It was sold in 1984 at McQueen’s Estate auction with a signed certificate of authenticity signed by McQueen’s children, Terry and Chad. Today’s estimated value is around $120,000.

In 1912, the 1000cc X8E twin-cylinder was Harle’s first all-chain-drive model that was introduced that year at a price of $310. It features a magneto ignition, a clutch, skirted fenders, and Harley Davidson’s patented “full floating seat” with a coil spring in the frame post.

What about the non-factory red paint job? The never verified story is that it was applied by Steve McQueen after an evening of drinking with friend Kenny “Von Dutch” Howard…

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About Americans’ Right To Modify Motorcycles And Street Cars

From a PR of The Motorcycle Riders Foundation (MRF)

For the amateur racing industry, the year started out on a strong note. One of the first bills to be introduced in the newly indoctrinated 115th session of Congress was the Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2017 (RPM Act). U.S. Representative Patrick McHenry (R-NC) reintroduced H.R. 350 which protects Americans’ right to modify street cars and motorcycles into dedicated race vehicles and industry’s right to sell the parts that enable racers to compete.

The same measure was introduced during the last legislative session and though it ultimately didn’t see floor time, it had broad bipartisan support with over 100 supporters in the House of Representatives and dozens in the U.S. Senate. This year, H.R.350 started out with 61 cosponsors with those numbers already increasing as additional supporters begin to sign on.

Rep. McHenry released a statement with the introduction of the bill, “Last year, I was proud to lead the fight against the misguided EPA regulation targeting racing, but our work is not done,” said the Congressman. “In the coming months, I look forward to working with my colleagues in Congress and the new Administration to ensure the RPM Act becomes law.” Continue reading ‘About Americans’ Right To Modify Motorcycles And Street Cars’

Custom Builder Yuri Shif Remembers Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin

The oldest among you may remember, even if you were just a little kid. On April 12, 1961 the Russian spacecraft Vostok 1 was launched with cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin aboard. He became the first human to travel into space and the first to orbit the earth. The Space Race between the Soviet Union and the United States, the two Cold War superpowers, began. National pride and identity were at stake in this race. In the end, the Russians sent the first man, the first dog, and the first woman into space. Gagarin’s orbital spaceflight consisted of a single orbit around earth. The flight took 108 minutes from launch to landing. Gagarin parachuted to the ground separately from his capsule after ejecting at 4.5 mile altitude.

He became a Russian hero, an international celebrity. This accomplishment undoubtedly remains one of the major milestones not only in the history of space exploration, but also in the history of the human race itself. Yuri Gagarin was honored by the American space program during Apollo 11 in 1969 when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left a memorial satchel containing medals commemorating Gagarin. Continue reading ‘Custom Builder Yuri Shif Remembers Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin’

Meat Hook Foot Pegs

Looks like all aftermarket part companies want serrated pegs in their catalogs. The game is to offer a unique design interpretation. These new ones, as the name “Meat Hook” implies, offer an excellent grip on your shoes.

They are at home on any Harley Dyna, FXR or Sportster that is aggressively ridden . Light weight and very strong. The outermost edge is tapered underside to optimize lean angle.

Precision machined from aircraft grade 6061 T6 billet aluminum. Measurements: 4.40″ L x 2.5″ W x 1.01″ H. Set includes 2 pegs, 2 HD Male chrome plated steel clevis, 2 socket head cap screws. Fitment: All H-D models. $139.95 per set. At Brass Balls Cycles

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“Being busy in effective pursuit of your passion is one of the keys to happiness.”

Connor Young

Harley-Davidson’s European Battle Of the Kings

For the 3rd annual Harley-Davidson custom competition, European dealers were given the task to craft a custom-built Dark Custom Sportster Iron 883 or a Forty-Eight or Roadster. Fans can vote online for their favorite entry, which will create a short list for each region or country. Then, the overall champion will be determined by a panel of judges at the Milan EICMA show in November. Below a few of the contenders to the crown.
More bikes after the jump. Continue reading ‘Harley-Davidson’s European Battle Of the Kings’

Lowered Fork Spring Kit For 2017 Harley-Davidson FL Touring Models

Progressive Suspension has expanded their Lowered Fork Spring Kit offering by adding the new 2017 FL Touring models to their lineup.

The Fork Spring Kits soak up the small road bumps, yet are firm enough to absorb the molar-rattling ones. The spring rates have been chosen to reduce front end “dive” during braking, yet still provide excellent ride comfort.

They offer another advantage over straight rate springs: a rising rate resistance to compression offers the benefit of being soft enough at the start of the travel to offer a “plush” ride, yet be firm enough at the end of the travel to soak up the big bumps. The company warranty their fork springs for life. At Progressive Suspension Online Store Tel.877.690.7411

Fred Kodlin Just Unveiled A New Custom Sportster At Italy Motor Bike Expo.

At 10 am local time this Friday morning, the 2017 Italy International Motor Bike Expo (MBE) started to welcome the 160,000 expected visitors eager to see all weekend the new manufacturers’ models, to visit the more than 600 exhibitors and the 4 halls dedicated to the custom motorcycle industry. A huge exposure for all builders who traveled to Verona to show their new creations.

First in line to unveil his new project was Fred Kodlin with this Sportster 1200 commissioned by Custom Chrome Europe for their yearly “Bolt-On And Ride” program. This program includes 5 custom bikes built by some of the best builders, all working with complete freedom of style but being required to use parts distributed by CCE. Particularity of this “Bolt-On And Ride” program is that each of these bikes is available all year long to members of the press for evaluation with real life road testing.

Some may be very surprised to see the name Fred Kodlin associated with a custom Sportster. These last years Kodlin, with his co-designer and co-worker son Len, had focused his efforts on very radical baggers (yes with tall front wheels), and of course on the creation of custom parts to fit them. But those who, like me, know him since a very long time have seen him build many top creations based on all main models of the Harley line. As a matter of fact, and little known by Americans, Kodlin has already released a few months ago during Intermot a complete line of stylish bolt-on Sportster components now distributed by Custom Chrome Europe, with some of them featured on this new Sportster 1200 project. Continue reading ‘Fred Kodlin Just Unveiled A New Custom Sportster At Italy Motor Bike Expo.’

Joke Of The Week

On a bitterly cold winter morning a husband and wife were listening to the radio during breakfast. They heard the announcer say, “We are going to have 8 to 10 inches of snow today. You must park your car on the even-numbered side of the street, so the snow ploughs can get through.” So the good wife went out and moved her car.

A week later while they are eating breakfast again, the radio announcer said, “We are expecting 10 to 12 inches of snow today. You must park your car on the odd-numbered side of the street, so the snow ploughs can get through.” The good wife went out and moved her car again. Continue reading ‘Joke Of The Week’

2017 Slugger Pegs By Nash Motorcycle Co.

Nash Motorcycle released a revamped version of their original Slugger Pegs. Same overall design but that you can now mount right to your stock peg mounts. 5 1/2” long overall length gives you a short but comfortable fit with the rolled end locking in your foot.

Made from 100% aluminum with steel inserts for strength. Available in Raw, Black, and Chrome finish. From $165 to $195/pair. (will not fit the following Harley models: 13-17′ FXSB/SE, 11-13′ FXS, 08-11 FXCW/C, 13-17 XL1200V/XL1200C/XL1200CX) Order online at Nash Motorcycle Co. Slugger Pegs

Samurai Concept Motorcycle

We know the Zen philosophy and aesthetic applied to art, architecture, furniture, food and many other disciplines. But what about the Zen principles applied to Japanese factory motorcycles to make them look basic, simple, graceful, unbound by convention?

It’s easy to recognize Italian design in its different expressions, including in motorcycle design. But it’s a paradox that Japanese manufacturers never tried to create models with a Zen philosophy when it’s since centuries such an essential element of their culture. Continue reading ‘Samurai Concept Motorcycle’

First Ace Cafe In the U.S. Scheduled To Open In Downtown Orlando Spring 2017. Job Fair To Hire 175.

Looking for a gig? Ace Cafe Orlando, the first outpost of the iconic London, England-based motor-diner, is bringing 175 new jobs to Central Florida and will host a job fair later this month. A beacon to English motorcyclists for decades, the Ace Cafe has become a global cultural phenomenon, and is about to bring that same love of speed and adrenaline to downtown Orlando in the form of Ace Cafe Orlando. Currently under construction inside three historic buildings on a three acre parcel located at the corner of West Livingston Street and Garland Avenue, Ace Cafe Orlando is on track for a scheduled opening this spring.

The Ace will host a job fair on Friday through Monday, January 27-30, 2017, between 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Courtyard Orlando Downtown, at 730 N. Magnolia Ave., Orlando, FL 32803. Talented bartenders, baristas, servers, retail sales associates and other food service industry professionals with outgoing and creative personalities are invited to apply in person or send an email to jobs@acecafeusa.com. Visit Ace Cafe or call 858.729.3400 for details.

The Ace offers competitive benefits and professional advancement opportunities for proven restaurant professionals that possess the ability to maintain its high standards of quality and guest satisfaction. The Ace offers health/dental/vision benefits and unmatched opportunities for growth in a friendly and exhilarating work environment.

More than a restaurant, Ace Cafe Orlando will connect great food and dining with a passion for motoring and rock ‘n roll, providing a totally unique guest experience found nowhere else in the world. The menu is an American roadside diner concept with made-from-scratch home style comfort food, with some British favorites like Bangers & Mash, Fish & Chips, and Chicken Curry, but with a twist that captures the authentic spirit and flavors of some of the best backroad joints and specialty fare, with a nod to locally-sourced and green options, all at an affordable price point. Ace Cafe Orlando also has a big backyard area for patio dining, making it a great place for an outdoor event and live music in the middle of the city. Continue reading ‘First Ace Cafe In the U.S. Scheduled To Open In Downtown Orlando Spring 2017. Job Fair To Hire 175.’

Zipper’s Performance Parts For The Indian Scout. 15 Extra HP. 17 Extra FT/LB Torque.

Sold individually or packaged as a Zipper’s Kit with a pre-mapped Power Commander tuner, Zipper’s now offers products to significantly improve performance and sound of the Indian Scout and Indian Scout Sixty.It includes:

1- Premium 4” SuperZip mufflers. They feature a louvered baffle design that promotes early and mid-range torque, while allowing maximum HP at the top end. The result is an extremely flat torque curve, with an upwards kick right where you ride for instant acceleration while cruising. These mufflers have a deeper tone with a much more aggressive sound. An extra coat of nickel is applied before chrome plating for a deep shine and the 4” black tips add to the overall robust look of the SuperZip mufflers. Installation is very simple as no extra hardware or brackets are needed. Continue reading ‘Zipper’s Performance Parts For The Indian Scout. 15 Extra HP. 17 Extra FT/LB Torque.’

30th Anniversary Annual Donnie Smith Show. More Custom Bikes, Cars, Parts and Tattoos.

In its 30th year, the Donnie Smith Bike and Car Show  presented by Dennis Kirk is the largest custom bike and car show in the Midwest. The show draws some of the nation’s most prestigious brands, top competitors and tens of thousands to the RiverCentre in Saint Paul, Minn. It is widely known as the annual kickoff to the riding and cruising season and features a unique mix of competitions, shopping and entertainment in a fun, family-friendly environment with 35 classes of custom motorcycles, 16 classes of cars, one of the largest swap meet on the planet, a tattoo expo and other entertainment. Right now, anyone, from amateur to pro, can enter a custom project, register to sell goods or set up a tattoo display at Donnie Smith Bike Show. All events will take place at the St. Paul RiverCentre in St. Paul, Minn., 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sat., March 25 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun., March 26, 2017.

Outrageous Motorcycles. Well over half the show, 135,000 sq. ft., will be dedicated to motorcycles, paying homage to the machines that started the show in 1987. Over $7,500 in cash awards will be presented to the top baggers and customs with awards also given for best paint, display, lighting, antique, bagger, bobber, chopper, pro-street, sport bike and a judge’s choice. Some of the biggest guns in the biker world including Donnie Smith, Rod Woodruff, Kevin Baas and the Kennedy High School Chopper class, Dave and Jody Perewitz and Pat Patterson will be in attendance. The inclusionary show allows anyone to enter. Enter the bike show by filling out the entry form located HERE. Deadline for entry is March 10, 2017, but the show historically sells out, so early entry is encouraged. Continue reading ’30th Anniversary Annual Donnie Smith Show. More Custom Bikes, Cars, Parts and Tattoos.’

Settlement Reached In “Sturgis Rally Week” Infringement Case

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Inc. (“SMRi”) has reached a settlement in its trademark infringement litigation against Kent Mortimer and his companies, which arose out of misuse of SMRi’s STURGIS trademarks. “After months of negotiations, two mediations, and over two years of litigation in federal court, we are pleased to settle this case,” Dean Kinney, chairperson of SMRi, said. “We are looking forward to focusing more of SMRi’s efforts and resources on growing the Rally and bettering the Sturgis community.”

SMRi filed its suit against Kent Mortimer and his company, Mortimer Enterprises, in 2014 after discovering Mortimer, through his former business Renegade Classics, was selling, to retail stores in Georgia and elsewhere, unauthorized apparel bearing the term “Sturgis Rally Week,” which infringes SMRi’s rights in its Sturgis Bike Week®, Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ and Sturgis® trademarks. Continue reading ‘Settlement Reached In “Sturgis Rally Week” Infringement Case’

Open Letter From The Founders Of Motus About The Demise Of Victory Motorcycles

The Victory and Pontiac Effect.

“This Motus rides like a dream, but will they be around in 5 years? We hear that a lot. And, it’s a fair question. Customers buying a Victory in 2016 or a Pontiac in 2007 probably didn’t consider their purchase risky from those brands. But, why not?

As entrepreneurs, patriots, motorcycle nuts, we are saddened by the demise of Victory Motorcycles, but not surprised. Polaris is an incredible American company making the best business decisions for shareholders, as they should. Maybe similar to decisions General Motors made with Pontiac.

Conceived in Polaris’ boardrooms to grab some of the (then growing) v-twin market, Victory remained target fixated as demand for heavy cruisers shrank by half. At the same time, the European brands grew like wildfire by offering appealing bikes in other segments, and there was no American competition. While Victory marketing showed intriguing sportbike concepts under the fuzzy brand promise of an “inextinguishable passion for American performance”, Victory dealers only offered 800 pound/90hp cruisers. Continue reading ‘Open Letter From The Founders Of Motus About The Demise Of Victory Motorcycles’

Solo Seats For Sportster Models

Riding alone just got a whole lot more comfortable with these Solo Front Seats from Drag Specialties Seats. These seats are made from high-quality automotive-grade vinyl and molded flexible urethane foam for durability that remains comfortable for years to come.

The carpeted seat bottom ensures a perfect fit that won’t damage your ride’s paint. Available in smooth, single diamond and classic stitch for 86-03 XL models, these seats include all mounting hardware. Measure 15″ L x 10″ WMade in the USA, the suggested retail price is $169.95 for smooth and $179.95 for classic and single diamond stitch. At your local Drag Specialties dealer.

For Pockets Lovers. The New Harley-Davidson Synthesis Pocket System Leather Jacket.

Clever tactical pockets make it easy to travel light and stay organized in the new Harley Men’s Synthesis Pocket System Leather Jacket  (P/N 98118-17VM, from $475.00*)

This mid-weight cowhide motorcycle jacket features two large exterior pockets which unzip to reveal a total of six additional pockets, including two waterproof phone pockets.

Unzip the jacket to discover two horizontal and two zipper vertical interior pockets as well. From keys to wallet, phone to gloves, small essentials stay in place. Two front vertical vents and two back exit vents let the rider control airflow for warm-weather comfort.

This jacket also features body armor pockets at elbows and shoulders (body armor sold separately) and light padding at the back, waist and shoulders.

Designed for comfort on the bike, the Synthesis jacket features an action back, slightly pre-curved sleeves, and two side zipper gussets. The jacket shell has a matte finish with embroidered leather patches on the right sleeve and left chest plus 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material in the jacket piping for enhanced visibility in low light conditions. It is available in S to 5XL and Tall sizes. Available at more than 750 authorized retail locations in the United States and online.

Fast Motorcycle Industry News

Smaller Polaris Sprit Lake Workforce. Following January 15th Polaris decision of winding down Victory motorcycles operations to strengthen its position in the powersports industry, a much smaller Spirit Lake Workforce is expected, Polaris will eliminate first temporary positions, then gradually reduce the number of full time workers by not replacing personnel lost through retirement or resignation. On Tuesday January 24th, Polaris will release its fourth quarter and full-year 2016 financial results. It will be very interesting to know what will be 2017 guidance regarding Indian motorcycles and the Slingshot.

A 100% Tax On Imported 51cc and 500cc Motorcycles Is Being Proposed. The Office of United States Trade Representative requested comments regarding its proposal to include tariffs on imported European Union motorcycles with an engine size between 51cc and 500cc The deadline to submit comments is Jan. 30. The American Motorcyclist Association (AMS) opposes the proposed 100% tariff because it will cause serious and potentially irreversible harm to American small- and medium-sized business owners selling the vehicles. Additionally, consumers will be denied access to certain models of competition and recreational motorcycles that contribute to the lifestyle and well being of millions of American families. Manufacturers that will be impacted: Aprilla, Beta, BMW, Ducati, Fantic, Gas Gas, Husqvarna, KTM, Montesa, Piaggio, Scorpa, Sherco, TM and Vespa.

Two women Held After They Were Filmed Riding A Motorcycle. Not in the US, of course, but in Iran where women face discrimination in all spheres of life. “The women exploited the opportunity presented by the absence of police at a national park to commit an “obscene act” worsened by a viral footage of them seen riding” officials said. In the video, the women wearing headscarves and loose clothing were seen being followed down a road by several male motorcyclists, chanting and whistling. The 2 women will be judge for “breaking “revolutionary norms and values” In a fight against oppression, Iranian women call on Western tourists to violate hijab law.

Consolidation At MAG (Motorsport After Market Group). Motorcycle-Superstore Integrated In J&P Cycles. Under pressure to make its retail operations more profitable, MAG is folding the Motorcycle Superstore into J&P Cycles with customer sales operation in Texas with inventory held in Louisville, KY. Between 40 and 60 people from the Motorcycle-Superstore are expected to be laid off. Continue reading ‘Fast Motorcycle Industry News’

LADD. Krugger’s Vintage Style Shovelhead Racer.

Belgium Fred “Krugger” Bertrand is a well known custom builder with a strong reputation for being a problem solver, both in terms of motorcycle design and engineering. Never afraid to challenge conventionalism and to explore the unfamiliar, his creations are always very unique, getting him plebiscited by his fellow builders when he competes in the AMD World Championship Of Custom Bike Building (he has been World Champion and several times a very close contender) and comissioned by major manufacturers for the production of brand concept bikes. With ease, he jumps from Harley to Ducati to BMW and to Yamaha platforms, working his magic to create each time simple solutions to quite complex motorcycle architectures,.

All Fred’s customs have a racing pedigree, most often with a vintage DNA, all carrying the name of a well known or obscure race track. The one featured here is called LADD, a drag strip in Alaska belonging to the US Air Force and used by speed freaks during the late 50’s. And I guess, Fred had in mind the machine he could have raced there, at least in terms of design. LADD was commissioned to Krugger as a corporate custom bike by Sansen & Gangi, “The Belgium Jewelers”, and built to be ridden by Oliver Gangi one of the partners, himself already individual owner of one of his customs. In the Krugger’s mind, jewelry and a custom motorcycle share the same objective of apparent simplicity in the final appearance, but require a high level of finition, of details and many hours of labor. Continue reading ‘LADD. Krugger’s Vintage Style Shovelhead Racer.’

Classic Motorcycles. The Art Of Speed.

Just released, Classic Motorcycles. The Art Of Speed is the story of the most groundbreaking motorcycles of the past century. It compiles the best of the best machines from the legendary marques still alive or defunct. From Triumph to Harley-Davidson to Vincent to Ducati to BMW to Indian, but also less known like Thor, Mitchell, FN, Militaire, Mars, Megola, Motosacoche, etc.

Owning this book is like having a full museum on your book shelf or coffee table. It is authored by Patrick Hahn with all motorcycles featured in studio by Michael Lichter and Tom Loeser using light-painting technique. Each bike story is completed by period ads and associated historic photography. Exactly 220 color and 12 black & white photos in a 224-page hard cover book, size 12” x 9.75”.  A must own. $38.00. Order on Amazon at Classic Motorcycles/The art Of speed.

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“You’re never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.

C.S. Lewis

Solo Saddlebags With Fuel Bottle Holder

Your gas tank may belong to the peanut category or even bigger the gas station may still be far away. Instead of a regular saddlebag, you may prefer one including a fuel bottle holder. I know, some may prefer to fill it up with whatever, but it’s your choice. These solo saddlebags are available for your Softail or Sportster or rigid frame bike, and attach on the left side on your swingarm or frame tubes with four leather buckle straps.

Made with genuine cowhide leather in different colors and finish or military grade canvas with high quality stainless steel hardware. Double stitching with heavy nylon thread and interior leather reinforcement to keep the bag in shape for a very long time. They come with 1 La Rosa Design 30oz Fuel Bottle. Made in The USA. MSRP from $189.99 to $244.99. At La Rosa Design.

Italian Motorcycles Manufacturer Mondial Is Back With The Hipster Model

With the slogan “Get Going Again”, Italian brand FB Mondial is back in business and is launching The Hipster, a 4-stroke motorcycle offered in 125 cc and 250 cc.

The original FB Mondial (FB stands for the 2 brothers Fratelli and Boselli) was a motorcycles manufacturer (1948-1979) well known for its high-quality sporting motorcycles and a string of Grand Prix racing successes during the 1950’s. Exactly 10-time world champion titles. Continue reading ‘Italian Motorcycles Manufacturer Mondial Is Back With The Hipster Model’

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