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In Case You Missed It: October Moto News

October is here and that means it’s time to hit you with this month’s top motorcycle-related headlines. There were a ton of interesting stories this month, so get ready for an action-packed edition of “In Case You Missed It”.

Suzuki Unveils KATANA and Additional 2019 Street Models – Suzuki recently revealed their KATANA model at the INTERMOT Motorcycle Expo in Cologne, Germany, and also announced the other models that will be included in their 2019 street model lineup. The new models are ideal for riders of all skill sets and experience levels. Many of the new models have classic looks with a twist, and of course, awesome updated features. You’ll want to see these new models for yourself. Read More.

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Ducati Presents New Color Scheme for XDiavel- Ducati has announced that they are revealing a new lineup of models for 2019 at Intermot and EICMA AND they will preview an all-new color scheme for the XDiavel, and trust us – it’s bad ass. The new color is Matt Liquid Concrete Grey that pairs perfectly with the model’s black chassis and engine. This new color scheme will be available in Ducati stores in November. Read More
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Miami Police Brings “Batmobile” to Life – The Miami Police Department has added a new set of wheels to their fleet – a white and black three-wheeled Polaris Slingshot “autocycle” that’s equipped with police lights and a siren to be exact. Polaris Slingshot donated the model to the police department and the Slingshot slightly resembles the Batmobile. The model will be used as a promotional tool in the community, and will ideally be an icebreaker for police officers to interactive with the public in a new way. We are huge fans of this idea and wonder if it will spread to other police departments. Read More

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Indian Motorcycle debuts FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S – Indian Motorcycle recently revealed the FTR 1200 and FTR 1200 S. The models were inspired by Indian’s history and success in flat-track racing, and the style and design sprout from the championship-winning FTR750 race bike that has dominated American Flat Track. Both models have updated technology and we can’t wait to see them on the road in the spring of 2019. Read More
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We are in the thick of show season, so expect more new model updates in the next edition of “In Case You Missed It”, and you’re attending AIMExpo in Las Vegas, make sure to stop by our Cycle Trader booth (booth #1008 from Oct. 13-14). Let us know your thoughts on the stories above in the comments below.

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