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It'd be a good thing to have some of that Ducati technology put into the H-D's. I say BRING IT baby!Paul
Will Ducati influence HD?Maybe now we will see finally some new TV motorcycle shows that break with the usual chopper format! Yay.or maybe not.
H-D management seems to have a good handle on the business. Most other manufacturers rightfully envy their financial success.
Harley Davidson has a long history of owning or partnering with italian motorcycle makers.IIRC, HD bought MV Agusta about a decade ago for over 100 million. Then, they turned around two years later and sold it back to the original owners for A 1/4 of their original investment. I think Cagiva may have been bundled into that deal.
yep.... I can see it now.a new Sprint
I've heard H-D is going to drop the V-Rod, will not be offered in 2018 model line. The one modern engine design and and they can't market it and their core customers have ignored it. Add that to the list of H-D failures and they didn't have to go to Italy to do it.
Never had one, but I always liked those. I'll bet that if they were ridden and treated like an Italian sporty bike and not a minibadass chugging Harley impostore, they'd be a nice bike.Lannis
That engine is what? 25 years old, now? Developed from the 1990s VR1000 superbike.VRSC did have a long run on the street; 2001-2017.
I cant imagine this taking place. Going thru Pa. on our trip we were told H/D had just laid off over one hundred employees at its Yorktown (Pa) plant. If they are so successful would they be cutting back production?
Might have been the same thought process used by Polaris to kill Victory: Engine needs expensive upgrades to remain compliant, but is it worth the investment?
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