Harley-Davidson has unveiled the Project LiveWire, its first electric motorcycle.
In keeping with the company’s customer-led product development approach, select consumers will be able to ride and provide
Harley-Davidson has unveiled its iconic touring experience that will see a one of its motorcycles take to some of the most incredible touring roads across Europe and Mena, travelling over 20,000 km across more than 30 countries.
Some of the UK's leading car and motorcycle manufacturers, as well as key environmental, manufacturing and engineering organisations, will showcase their engineering prowess on Saturday at a conference.
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Standard Chartered Bank has announced a partnership with Monther Al Mutlaq Trading Establishment, the official agent for Harley-Davidson in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
As per the agreement, an exclusive Islamic personal finance deal
Harley-Davidson, the American motorcycle brand, will set up a showroom worth $2.5 million in Beirut in mid-September.
The new outlet the place will be offering the latest Harley-Davidson equipment, giving bikers a revived opportunity to en
Alfardan Motorcycles, the leading motorcycles importer in Qatar, has launched the all-new BMW S 1000 RR superbike which represents unique safety features.
The primary objective in developing the new S 1000 RR, BMW’s first superbike, was to
Bosch has recently developed a new generation antilock braking system (ABS) for motorcycles which has the potential to prevent 38 per cent of motorcycle accidents involving personal injury, said a study.
The Swedish highways authority said
Monster Truck Dubai, a show of gigantic cars, is currently being organised by Dubai Festival City as part of its events during Dubai Shopping Festival 2010, the region’s premier retail, leisure and entertainment extravaganza.
Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati has introduced its new 1100 and 1100 S Monster bikes, adding to its roster of 'genuinely compact, high performance' motorcycles.
These new models have succeeded in being even more 'pared down' than th