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Harley-Davidson motorcycles have won their fair share of awards over the years and the 2007 model year is no exception. The FXSTC Softail Custom, VRSC RSC Night Rod Special and the new Smart Security System have all recently won prestigious awards and were available for demo rides at the Daytona Speedway and at the Ocean Center at Daytona Bike Week 2007, along with all Harley-Davidson and Buell motorcycles. At the recent V-Twin Expo Excellence in Motorcycle Awards, the Softail Custom was named (...)
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For several years, Harley-Davidson has shown its support of the African American community and award nominees by co-sponsoring the Annual NAACP Image Awards Pre-Show Gala, the NAACP Image Awards ceremony and the post-event celebration immediately following the awards show in Los Angeles. This year at the 38th Annual Image Awards Pre-Show Gala, held on Thursday, March 1, corporate employees representing Harley-Davidson Motor Company were at the event to present celebrities, dignitaries and (...)
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Larry Little honored five recipients with Motorcycle Industry Council Chairman’s Awards at the MIC Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, held in conjunction with the Dealernews International Powersports Dealer Expo. The awards, presented by MIC Chairman and Cycle World Publisher and Vice President Larry Little, acknowledge significant contributions to motorcycling and the industry. U.S. Secretary of Transportation Mary E. Peters, who is a motorcyclist herself and a strong advocate for rider (...)
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Benelli DUE 756 was winner of the ’Open Category’. Recently, the members of the Motorcycle Design Association - over 130 designers, design consultancies and in-house design teams - voted for the best motorcycle designs from all of the new models introduced during 2006. The award probably will be delivered on press day at this year’s Paris Mondial du Deux Roues.
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Since the launch of the 2006 Suzuki QuadRacer R450, American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) has collected several top honors and “ATV of the Year” Awards for its race-ready, high-performance ATV, proving its significance in the marketplace and on the racetrack. The new QuadRacer was awarded “2006 Sport ATV of the Year” by ATV Sport Magazine, “2006 Sport ATV of the Year” by ATV Rider Magazine, “2006 ATV of the Year – Sport” by ATV Pathfinder.com, “2006 Best Pure Sport ATV” by All-Terrain Vehicle (...)
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The MAX AWARDS, Canada’s motorcycle ’Oscars’ will be presented in over 40 categories including Canadian Racing Champions, International Competition, Achievement, Media and Sponsorship. The awards honour excellence during the 2006 motorcycle year. The Max Awards for Riders presentation takes place on the Riders Stage (Hall 2) at 2:00 pm on Saturday, January 6th, 2007, while the Awards for Racers are presented at 3:00 pm on the Racers Stage (Hall 4). The Max Awards are presented annually (...)
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The prizes for "The Motorbike of the year 2006" have been given in Bologna, where the models of MV Agusta Group have been the absolute stars. The rewards have been awarded through the votes of the magazine’s readers "Motosprint", together with the most prestigious magazines of all Europe: Motorrad (Germany), Toeff (Switzerland), Moto Journal (France), Motociclismo (Spain), Motociclismo (Portugal), Motor Revue (Hungary), Motocykl (Poland), Motocykl (Czech Republic) and (...)
Source: www.mvagusta.it
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Suzuki Motor Corporation presented Suzuki Factory Teams in Japan, US and Europe with awards for outstanding achievements throughout 2006 motocross racing season. Being recognized for great effort and honored for remarkable performance, each team received the award from Suzuki President, Hiroshi Tsuda. Suzuki Factory Teams captured 2nd consecutive double victory in 2006 AMA Supercross Championship and AMA Motocross Championship in US, All Japan Motocross Championship IA2 class win in Japan, (...)

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