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List Of Motorcycle Manufacturers
The following is a list of motorcycle manufacturers worldwide, sorted by extant/extinct status and by country. These are producers whose motocars are available to the public, including both street legal as well as racetrack-only or off-road-only motorcycles
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Street-legal Vehicle
Street legal or road going refers to a vehicle such as an automobile, motorcycle, or light truck that is equipped and licensed for use on public roads, being therefore roadworthy. This will require specific configurations of lighting, signal lights, and safety equipment. Some specialty vehicles that will not be operated on roads therefore do not need all the features of a street-legal vehicle; examples are a vehicle used only off-road (such as a sandrail) that is trailered to its off-road operating area, and a race car that is used only on closed race tracks and therefore does not need all the features of a street-legal vehicle. As well as motor vehicles, the street-legal distinction applies in some jurisdictions to track bicycles that lack street-legal brakes and lights
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Brough Superior
Brough Superior
Brough Superior
(/ˈbrʌf/ BRUF) motorcycles, sidecars, and motor cars were made by George Brough
George Brough
in his Brough Superior
Brough Superior
works on Haydn Road in Nottingham, England, from 1919 to 1940. The motorcycles were dubbed the "Rolls-Royce of Motorcycles" by H. D. Teague of The Motor Cycle newspaper. Approximately 3048 motorcycles (19 models) were made in the 21 years of production; around a third of that production still exists. T. E. Lawrence
T. E. Lawrence
("Lawrence of Arabia") owned eight of these motorcycles and died from injuries sustained when he crashed number seven; the eighth was on order. Moving forward to 2008, vintage motorcycle enthusiast Mark Upham acquired the rights to the Brough Superior name. In 2013 he met motorcycle designer Thierry Henriette and asked him to design a new Brough Superior
Brough Superior
motorcycle
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Loncin
Loncin Holdings, Ltd is a large company in Chongqing, China
China
that distributes throughout the world.[1] It trades under names such as Chongqing
Chongqing
Longting Power Equipment, Longting and Loncin (USA) Inc
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Qianjiang (motorcycles)
Zhejiang Qianjiang motorcycles was founded in 1985 (hereinafter referred to as QJ) with registered office in Winling (Zhejiang province) is now one of the largest manufacturer of 2 wheeler in China. The U.S
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Qingqi
Jinan Qingqi Motorcycle Co., Ltd (Chinese: 济南轻骑摩托车股份有限公司) is a Chinese manufacturer of mopeds, quadbikes and other small engined & electric motorcycles that was founded in 1956. The company headquarters is located in Jinan, Shandong Province
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Yinxiang Motorcycle
Yinxiang Motorcycle (Chinese: 银翔摩托; pinyin: Yínxiáng Móto), founded in 1997, is an industrial company based in Chongqing, China, specializing in real estate and research, development, manufacturing and sales of motorcycles, gasoline engines and general-purpose engines and equipment.[1]Contents1 Xianfeng Motorcycle1.1 Location 1.2 History 1.3 Products 1.4 Awards and recognition2 References 3 External linksXianfeng Motorcycle[edit] Xianfeng Motorcycle (先风摩托) is a brand of Yinxiang.[2] It was established in December 2001 and acquired by Yingxiang in 2005.[3] Location[edit] Located at Dayan Industry Zone, Chongqing, China, they have over 10,000 employees including 100 technical engineers and personnel
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Znen
In 1987, ZNEN was founded by Mr. Chen Huaneng in Taizhou, Zhejiang. It was not until 1996 that ZNEN manufactured its first gasoline scooters. After 20 years dedication in the motor vehicle industry, Zhongneng Industry Group develops three main products: gasoline scooters, electric scooters, motorcycles.[1] One of the Scooters made by Znen is the Znen C Artemis, which is sold around the world under many different names. References[edit]^ "Znen - About us"
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Zongshen
In the Chinese motorcycle industry Zongshen (Chinese: 宗申) is a Chinese company producing motorcycles, quad bikes, generators and engines, based in Chongqing, China. It claims to have a yearly output of over 1,000,000 motorcycles. Zongshen Chongqing is the original manufacturer of Zongshen 200 GS and Zongshen 250 GS.Contents1 History 2 Models 3 KD50QT-43.1 Specifications4 Zongshen ZS 150 GYZS 150 GY 5 Zongshen Racing 6 Zongshen small motorcycle engines 7 Electric Vehicles 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] Zuo Zongshen, who had grown up in poverty, founded the Zongshen company in 1992. Today, the Zongshen Group consists of 52 wholly owned or part owned subsidiary companies. The Zongshen group has over 18,000 employees, and the total assets or worth over 4 billion yuan
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AKT Motos
AKT motos (previously Ensambladora Corbeta S.A.) is a Colombian motorcycle company (importer and assembler), associated with the ALKOSTO group (Colombiana de Comercio S.A.), based principally in the city of Envigado, Antioquia Department.Contents1 History 2 Present activities 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] The Colombian motorcycle market had been dominated by Japanese, European, and regional (Brazil, Chile) manufacturers
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Auteco
Auteco
Auteco
(Auto Tecnica Colombiana S.A) is a Colombian motor vehicle manufacturer. It was the first motorcycle assembler in the country.Contents1 History 2 Models distributed by Auteco
Auteco
in 2010 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit]A typical Auteco
Auteco
Lambretta
Lambretta
hybrid. This one has a Series II frame and a Series III front-end. Auteco
Auteco
was founded on 1 September 1941 in Medellín. It initially distributed spare parts and petrol. In 1945 Auteco
Auteco
began importing American Indian motorcycles. It then went on to import Excelsior motorbikes, as well as vehicles produced by Nash, Renault
Renault
and Gravely. In 1954 Auteco
Auteco
acquired the right to assemble and sell Lambretta scooters in Colombia
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Blata (company)
Blata, is a Czech company, based in Blansko, that produces high performance, mini moto bikes. These bikes are designed and built for use on a closed, paved circuit. Pavel Blata, the founder of the company, had his first experiences with motorbikes as a competitor of six-day motorbike endurance events. During this time he had the chance to ride many different machines. Blata learnt first hand how they worked, what was important for the rider and also what the rider actually wanted. He saw the positive as well as the negative aspects of each different machine. After some time he decided that he must do something with this knowledge. By the end of the 80’s he had started to produce and sell scooters and minibikes under the Blata name. He gradually built up a small team of people that he could trust, and set up a strong basis for the management of his company
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Jawa Motors
JAWA is a motorcycle and moped manufacturer founded in Prague, Czechoslovakia in 1929 by František Janeček,[1] who bought the motorcycle division of Wanderer. The name JAWA was established by concatenating the first letters of Janeček and Wanderer.[2] In the past, especially in the 1950s, JAWA was one of the top motorcycle manufacturers and exported its 350 (Pérák) into over 120 countries. Another famous model in the 1970s was the 350 Californian. It appeared in the typical black and red coloring from Californian beaches to New Zealand.[3] After 1990, there was a significant loss of production
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Midual
Midual is a French ultra-luxury motorcycle manufacturer. Founded in 1992 by the brothers Olivier and François Midy, the company is headquartered in Angers, France. A first prototype, the Midual 900, was presented in 1999 at the Paris Motor Show, but sufficient funding could not be found and the project was abandoned.[1] In August 2014 the brand announced a new model at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, the Midual Type 1.[2] The announced price is 140 000 €, making it one of the most expensive motorcycles in the world. The Type 1 is produced in a limited series of 35 motorcycles starting in 2016. References[edit]^ Midual on Glynn Kerr's website ^ Dirck Edge (19 August 2014). "Midual Resurfaces in Carmel With Unique Flat Twin Design"
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Jincheng Suzuki
Jincheng Suzuki
Suzuki
is a joint Sino-Japanese producer of motorcycles and scooters founded in 1994 and headquartered in Nanjing. It is a joint venture between Suzuki
Suzuki
and Nanjing
Nanjing
Jincheng Machinery. The company claims output of 3,000 units per month, making it the first-place exporter and foreign-currency earner in the Chinese motorcycle industry.[1] Notes[edit]^ " Nanjing
Nanjing
Jincheng Machinery Ltd Partnerships". Jincheng. Archived from the original on 2007-03-23
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Peugeot Motocycles
Peugeot
Peugeot
(UK: /'pɜːʒəʊ/; US: /puːˈʒoʊ/; French: [pøʒo]) is a French automotive manufacturer, part of Groupe PSA.[5] The family business that preceded the current Peugeot
Peugeot
company was founded in 1810,[6] and manufactured coffee mills and bicycles. On 20 November 1858, Émile Peugeot
Peugeot
applied for the lion trademark
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