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Former Triumph top man takes on Victory

rating is 3.5 General news

Rob Cooper, 19 April 2007 15:36

Ross Clifford, better known for his steering of a host of Triumph motorcycles including the Rocket III, Speed Triple and Daytona 600, has been appointed as General Manager of Polaris Britain Ltd., parent company of Victory Motorcycles in the UK. Clifford will be responsible for all aspects of the Polaris Britain business, including the development of its dealer networks and ...

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Former Triumph top man takes on Victory

Ross Clifford, better known for his steering of a host of Triumph motorcycles including the Rocket III, Speed Triple and Daytona 600, has been appointed as General Manager of Polaris Britain Ltd., parent company of Victory Motorcycles in the UK. Clifford will be responsible for all aspects of the Polaris Britain business, including the development of its dealer networks and ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 19 April 2007

New rider triples limit

After having his motorcycle for just one week a teenager aged 19 has been caught speeding at 112mph (181km/h) in a 37mph (60km/h) zone in Perth, Australia. Police charged the male with dangerous driving and he is due to appear in court this week.

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 19 April 2007

Speed cameras for sale

The owners of speed camera manufacturer Pips Technology has put the company up for auction. The organisation supplies speed cameras to the police, Government and other local authorities. There are a number of potential buyers and Pips is expected to sell in the region of £70-80m.

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 18 April 2007

Ducati's record sales

Ducati North America has announced record sales of its motorcycles for the first quarter of 2007. The sales were 15% up on the figures from the first quarter of 2006. The arrival of the much anticipated 1098 has drawn potential buyers into Ducati showrooms across the world.

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 18 April 2007

UK's shortest yellow line

An 18 inch yellow line has been painted between two parking bays in Highbury, North London. The line, roughly the length of one motorcycle wheel, is to separate the public parking bay from the resident’s bay. Council chiefs insist that no one has received a ticket so far.

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 17 April 2007

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