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US $19,950.00
YearYear:2016 MileageMileage:4 ColorColor: Silver
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Round Rock, Texas, United States

Round Rock, Texas, United States
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Hero MotoCorp Forms Joint Venture with Magneti Marelli

Wed, 04 Dec 2013

Indian manufacturer Hero MotoCorp is teaming up with electronic fuel injection expert Magneti Marelli in a new joint venture. Hero will hold a 60% share in the company with Magenti Marelli controlling the other 40%. The two companies are initially investing a combined US$8.5 million into the joint venture, with a planned  investment of US$27 million total over the next ten years.

2015 Hero HX250R – The Indian Sportbike Developed by Erik Buell

Wed, 29 Jan 2014

Indian manufacturer Hero MotoCorp revealed a new 249cc sportbike developed with the help of Erik Buell Racing. Hero is calling the HX250R for now, though the name may change before it enters production in the second half of the year. Whatever the name, the HX250R will be Hero’s flagship model and the company’s weapon against former business partner Honda and its CBR250R.

Allstate Offering $5,000 Grants for Best New Motorcycle Safety Ideas

Thu, 08 Aug 2013

We’ve previously written about Allstate‘s efforts at advancing motorcycle safety and awareness, from its “Watch for Motorcycles” sign campaign to its Rider Risk Map app on Facebook. Today, the insurance provider announced another new initiative in its Good Rides Grant program, offering $25,000 in grants for new ideas to advance motorcycle safety. Allstate is asking people to send their ideas on how to improve safety to the company’s Facebook page.