Performance Machine Launches Team PM Sport Bike Marketing Program

pmsportbikeYou are one of the leading manufacturers of motorcycle forged wheels, brakes, discs and related accessories. You know that you need to diversify your parts line-up from American Bikes to Metrics to Sport Bikes. So, you showcase your parts on a selection of custom bikes of the best builders. Then feature these bikes in your catalogs. Gve these builders exclusive distribution of some of your new products.

I just summarized what is the 2010 Sport Bike Marketing Program of Performance Machine for end of 2009/2010.  

TEAM PM consists of 3 of the top custom sport bike builders/retailers in the nation including Robert Fisher of Roaring Toyz, Jonathan Reed of Sport Chrome and Mike McCoy of McCoy Motorsport.  Mark Finnie, President of Performance Machine says that “they carefully picked their new marketing “partners” based on the accomplishments and reputation of their organization and the character of the people involved.  They have earned the support of PM and we look forward to creating a successful marketing”. Each “partner” will receive a wheel design of their choice that will be sold exclusively through their company and in exchange will showcase, market PM products and their emerging technologies. Performace Machine.

9 Responses to “Performance Machine Launches Team PM Sport Bike Marketing Program”

  1. 1 Rodent Jul 18th, 2009 at 9:44 am

    Gotta make a buck so all motorcycles are fair game

  2. 2 alan Jul 18th, 2009 at 7:02 pm

    that’s not a sport bike where is the front brake?

  3. 3 Fred P. Jul 18th, 2009 at 11:50 pm

    On the left side, rookie!!! Look a little closer, it’s there!

  4. 4 steveb Jul 19th, 2009 at 8:40 am

    Smart move, 5 yrs late… There is no reason in the world they cannot successfully support both niches: Cruisers and Sportbikes, no matter the machines country of “origin”.. if it can work for a Buell, why not a Honda, if it works for a Ultra, why not a Voyager?

    Other mfg’ers will follow suit or turn to dust

  5. 5 alan Jul 19th, 2009 at 10:20 am

    yes is ee the brake on the other side

    but why yamaha or suzuki put some radial calipers on booth side
    i think they know better than performance machine

    if you have this kind of bike
    put some ohlins and brembo but not the bullshit chrome on your bike

  6. 6 Woody Jul 19th, 2009 at 11:14 am

    I notice that’s a larger diameter rotor than the dual rotor bikes, plenty braking enough for the street. Why the hate’n Alan? It’s a motorcycle with aftermarket bling, I’d say there’s quite a precedent for the concept and a lot of fun. Probably just me (unlike all the REAL riders on this blog) but I can’t use 100% of what my old CBR1000F can dish out ’cause I’m not a good enough rider. Plus it’s never been on the track yet and never will so I’m guessing I’ll never know the difference if my Metzler tires aren’t the best available or if some mod might take away 2% of “something”. If PM can sell bazillion dollars of wheels to the sport bike crowd God bless’em. That’ll help them stay healthy enough to still be there making wheels for the diminishing chopper market. It’s all good sez I 🙂

  7. 7 Matt Wright Jul 20th, 2009 at 1:48 pm

    The V-twin market is shrinking, and the sportbike market is exploding. There are a lot of guys that are taking tips from the Chopper builders. Hayabusa’s and ZX-14’s with 360 rear tires 21″ fronts, and air ride can be found at rallies everywhere now. Good for PM!!!

  8. 8 Performance Machine Aug 11th, 2009 at 3:23 pm

    At PM, aethestics is secondary to the function of any product. What we have managed to do over the last 40 years is offer products that are as visually pleasing as their performance. Many PM products are tested on the race track on sportbikes prior to release to the V-Twin or Sportbike markets. They are motorcycles, we love them, and we are proud to offer products for both.

  9. 9 D.Davis Aug 16th, 2009 at 12:24 am

    Neat. Good to see. But then again, I’m kinda partial to PM and their products.

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