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December 7, 2020

Powersports Business Top 10


Top 10 stories for November on PowersportsBusiness.com revealed


News that Harley-Davidson was ending its two-decade factory race team relationship with Vance & Hines caught the attention of readers on PowersportsBusiness.com during November, gaining more eyeballs than any other story on the website during the month.

The top story provides readers with future Vance & Hines plans, while the No. 10 story takes readers behind the scenes with Terry Vance thanks to an interview with PSB sibling magazine Thunder Press.

The most recent five Kawasaki motorcycles for the 2021 model year were anxious to be seen by many and landed as the No. 2 story. Scott Wine’s resignation from Polaris to move on to a new CEO role was the No. 3 story, ahead of details about Honda’s all-new Pioneer 520 for 2021. Honda side-by-sides had a nice month in the news, also taking the No. 5 spot, with the 300,000th side-by-side being produced at HSC in Timmonsville, South Carolina.

Check out the rest of the top 10 below.

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  With Harley-Davidson no longer racing AFT or drag racing, Vance & Hines pivots Five 2021 Kawasaki motorcycle models revealed Wine resigns as Polaris CEO, will head Case IH farm equipment maker
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  Dump bed, larger engine part of new 2021 side-by-side; $9,499 MSRP 300,000th side-by-side rolls off the factory line Triumph Trident 660 launch generates 10x deposits at dealerships
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  Harley-Davidson dealership moving into 25K square-foot digs: report Kawasaki to spin off Motorcycle business in 2021, forming separate company BRP and Arctic Cat reach global settlement; snowmobile patent cases dismissed
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  Terry Vance dishes on the Harley-Davidson/Vance & Hines breakup: Thunder Press
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