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Your Motorcycle News Fix – September 2019

Your Motorcycle News Fix - September 2019

We are back with the latest and greatest industry news you absolutely cannot miss. If you like to stay in the know when it comes to all things motorcycle, you’re in the right place. We’ve got a lot of new models to fill you in on – so sit back and enjoy. Check out the top motorcycle headlines below.

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Indian Reveals 2 New 2020 Scout Models

Indian Motorcycle just unveiled their 2020 Scout lineup, including two new models. The new models are the 2020 Scout 100th Anniversary and the 2020 Scout Bobber Twenty. The new anniversary bikes pay tribute to the original Scout models, which are some of the most recognizable motorcycles in the world. The 2020 Scout Bobber Twenty provides an ‘old school’ bobber style and includes wire spoked wheels and a ‘floating’ bobber seat. The 100th Anniversary model comes with a classic paint job and a lowered rear suspension and beach bar handlebar creating a streamlined profile on this modern classic. Check Them Out.

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New Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition Revealed

Triumph Motorcycles recently revealed their multiple Supersport Championship-winning Daytona, the Daytona Moto2 765. The new model includes a ton of new features like a new Moto2-derived engine – Triumph’s highest ever power and torque. This new bike is lighter than the previous generation Daytona and includes a championship-winning chassis. To top it off, this particular model is considered the most dynamic, agile, and precise-handling Daytona ever. Check Out the New Model.
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BRP Unveils New Electric Concepts

BRP has just unveiled a suite of new electric vehicle concepts including electric motorcycles and bikes, electric go-karts, and an electric jet ski. These designs aren’t quite ready for production just yet, but the news has some Powersports enthusiasts interested. BRP is using the suite of electric concepts to gauge the electric market and to see their audience’s interest – we’re interested to see how it plays out. Now the only thing they are missing is an electric Snowmobile. See the Concepts.
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The Return of the Yamaha Katana

Everyone has been anxiously awaiting the return of the Suzuki Katana and we are one step closer to the launch. Yamaha recently announced their new 2020 lineup including the Katana and now there is an official price. Suzuki has confirmed that it will be priced at $13,499 in the U.S – actually a little lower than the $15,000 price point overseas. The model will come in a red and silver motif as well as an all-black option for a sleeker look. You can expect these at dealerships sometime in November so the wait is almost officially over. Read More.

So many new models to look forward to – that’s why we love this time of the year. Stay tuned for the next new roundup coming in October. Are you excited about any of these bikes? Let us know in the comments below.


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Emily Sullivan
Emily Sullivan
Emily Sullivan is a Content Curator for Trader Interactive, serving the recreational brands RV Trader and Cycle Trader. Her mission is to provide thoughtful, practical content to those who are always on the hunt for their next adventure.

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