We’re early into November, but the motorcycle industry hasn’t slowed down. We’re here to catch you up on the motorcycle news you need to know this month. Check out the most recent headlines below.
Indian Announces Accessory Kits For FTR 1200 – America’s oldest motorcycle brand has some exciting news to report. Indian Motorcycles just announced new accessory kits for their FTR 1200 after just recently announcing the new model itself. The FTR 1200 includes a powerful liquid-cooled engine, aggressive styling and ergonomics, and a flat-track racing-style. This bike is getting riders excited to say the least. Indian announced four – you read that right, four – new accessory kits for the model that will transform the FTR 1200 for specific types of riding: Rally, Touring, Sport, and Tracker. You’ll want to see this model and new kits for yourself – trust us on this one. Read More.
Curtiss Unveils Production-Bound Zeus Electric Motorcycle – This motorcycle is INSANE looking – and we mean that in the best way possible. Curtiss Motorcycles is joining other manufacturers on the trend of electric models by introducing the Zeus, an electric motorcycle that could become the fastest in the world. They are developing a new battery, motor, and control system technologies that will enable the company to deliver a clean and modern-styled motorcycle. Once production begins, the Zeus is set to compete with other electric motorcycles like Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire. Read More.
Speaking of the LiveWire…Harley-Davidson Gives Us a Closer Look at the Model – The company showed off what their all-electric motorcycle will actually look like at the EICMA Milan Motorcycle Show. Harley showed off the final production prototype of LiveWire and we think it looks pretty badass. Many people doubted if sales of the LiveWire would actually begin in 2019, and the company is putting those doubts to bed with this reveal. You’ll want to take a look for yourself. Read More.
There you have it – the November moto news you couldn’t live without. Stay tuned for our December edition of “In Case You Missed It” and let us know your favorite headline in the comments below.