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MILWAUKEE - Harley-Davidson Inc. is introducing a new bike in one of its most affordable lines.

Harley introduces more affordable motorcycle


Polaris entered the motorcycle market in 1998, the first new major manufacturer in 60 years. It celebrated its 10 years in the motorcycle business by showing off a concept motorcycle at the International Motorcycle Show in New York on Jan. 16.

Polaris shows off concept motorcycle


Harley-Davidson is to close plants and cut 1,100 jobs after reporting worse-than-expected results.

Harley-Davidson cuts production


For bikers who aren't quite ready to head out on the open road with only the sun as their guide, Garmin is releasing an improved motorcycle GPS system for both short and long trips.

Long and short, on and off road, motorcycle GPS perfect for all


Harley-Davidson Inc. said Monday its president and chief executive, Jim Ziemer, plans to retire next year, ending his 40-year career with the company.

Harley-Davidson CEO Jim Ziemer to retire in 2009


A new survey suggests that if you drove a motorcycle in 2008, chances are you loved the experience. Survey Also Finds Younger Buyers Avoiding Motorcycles

Motorcycle Satisfaction Jumps To New High


Milwaukee Harley-Davidson on the city’s northwest side is giving 100 shares of Harley stock to any customer who buys a 2008 model motorcycle and 50 shares with the purchase of a 2009 model.

Buy a motorcycle, get stock in Harley-Davidson


The No. 1 reason motorcycle buyers select one brand over another is price. The cost of the rejected model is simply too high, according to the 2008 Motorcycle Escaped Shopper Study, the results of which were released today.

Why motorcycle manufacturers miss out on sales


TOKYO (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co's motorcycle sales could stop growing next year after an expected 16 percent jump this term as the global credit crisis catches up with emerging markets, a top executive said on Tuesday.

Honda motorcycle growth to pause on crisis


MILWAUKEE, Nov 25, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Susan Henderson, a senior public relations executive, has joined Harley-Davidson, Inc. as Vice President, Communications. In this position, she will develop and direct the company's overall global, strategic communications initiatives. She reports to Jim Ziemer, Chief Executive Officer of Harley-Davidson, Inc.

Susan Henderson Named Harley-Davidson, Inc. Vice President, Communications