Thursday, December 29, 2016

In Case You Missed It: TraderTraxx Updates Webinar

Did you miss our recent webinar on Cycle Trader's new TraderTraxx updates? No worries- we recorded it for you. Check out the video below to watch the full webinar by our Vice President of Product, Phillip Billups, as he reviews the new functions and features of this revolutionary tool for dealers.

Watch the Webinar on Youtube here.
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Events to Attend in 2017: Shows and more that you don't want to miss

Dallas IMS

A huge part of guaranteeing success for your business is ensuring your presence at trade shows and key national motorcycle events! 

Be sure to lock in your spot by registering for those listed below- you don't want to wait for booths to run out, or wait until the last minute to get your company ready for so many of the potential new clientele at these motorcycle enthusiast highlights.

Progressive International Motorcycle Shows (IMS)

  • Washington, DC- January 6-8
  • Dallas January 13-15
  • Cleveland 27-29
  • Minneapolis Feb 3-5
  • Chicago Feb 10-12
More dates to be released


September 21-24, 2017 (Columbus, Ohio)

Sturgis Rally 

August 4-13 (Sturgis SD; 77th Annual)

Ride for Kids 

Multiple each month; see website for details

Americade Rally 

June 5-10, 2017 (Lake George, NY)

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Motorcycle Industry Expected to Boom Over Next 5 Years

Recently, Persistence Market Research published a press release noting the likely growth of the motorcycle industry from 2015 to 2021. According to the release, the growing standards of living and 'increasing westernization' of the world today are stimulating the market more than ever before. Along with factors such as climbing petroleum cost and internal combution (ICE) engines, the opportunities for market growth are expected to expand all the more.

Fascinatingly, the report notes that China is expected to continue its reputation as the largest motorcycle market, mostly due to its presence as the largest world population. Following China are India and Indonesia; don't let these rankings fool you, though. Growth rates in Asian-Pacific market arenas are forecasted to be much slower than North America's, and the U.S. is poised to lead the pack when it comes to product sales as a result of economy health.

Read the full article and learn more about this insightful press release from Persistence Market Research on SBWire here.
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