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The following is a list of motorcycle manufacturers worldwide, sorted by extant/extinct status and by country. These are producers whose motocar are available to the public, including both street legal as well as racetrack-only or off-road-only motorcycles. The list of current manufacturers does not include badge engineered bikes or motorcycle customisers, but the list of defunct manufactures may include some of these if they are well remembered for their historical significance.
Manufacturers currently in production This is a list of companies currently producing and selling motorcycles available to the public, including both street and race/off-road motorcycles. It does not include badge engineered bikes sold under a different name than their producer, nor motorcycle customisers. Argentina Siambretta Zanella Motomel Tehuelche Austria Husqvarna KTM Australia Thumpstar Azerbaijan NAZ Bangladesh Runner Automobiles Ltd Walton Hi-Tech Industries Ltd.
Hero Bangladesh Belarus MMZ Brazil Brasil & Movimento Dafra Motos Canada Bombardier/Can-Am (Trikes) China Baotian Motorcycle Company Chang Jiang Dayun Evoke Motorcycles Hero Chini Jincheng Group Jincheng Suzuki Lifan Loncin Qianjiang Qingqi Thumpstar Yinxiang Motorcycle Znen Zongshen Colombia AKT Auteco Czech Republic Blata Jawa France Brough Motorcycles Midual Peugeot Scooters Scorpa Sherco Solex Terrot Germany BMW Horex MZ Sommer Sachs Simson DKW India Aprilia India (Piaggio Group) Bajaj BMW India (Partner with TVS) Benelli India (Partner with DSK) Ducati India Hero Honda India Harley-Davidson India Hysoung India (Partner with DSK) Indian Motorcycle India Kawasaki India KTM India (Partner with Bajaj) Mahindra Moto Guzzi India (Piaggio Group) MV Agusta India (Partner with Kinetic) Royal Enfield Suzuki India TVS Triumph India (Partner with Bajaj) UM India (Partner with LML) Vespa India (Piaggio Group) Yamaha India Indonesia Honda Indonesia Kawasaki Indonesia Suzuki Indomobil Yamaha Indonesia TVS Indonesia Italy Aermacchi Aprilia Benelli Beta Motor Bimota Borile Cagiva Ducati Energica Motor Company Fantic Motor Ghezzi & Brian Gilera Italjet Lambretta Minarelli (engines only) Moto Guzzi Moto Morini Motobi MV Agusta Paton Piaggio SWM Terra Modena Vyrus Japan Honda Kawasaki Suzuki Yamaha South Korea Daelim KR Motors Hyosung Malaysia Modenas Naza SYM Motors Hong Leong Yamaha Kawasaki KTM Suzuki Mexico Italika Harley Davidson Pakistan Atlas Honda Bikes Pak Suzuki Motors Ravi Motorcycles (Partner with Derbi & Piaggio) Yamaha Motor Pakistan Poland SFM Junak Junak Portugal AJP Aliança Conquistador Dural Russia IMZ-Ural IZh Velomotors ZiD as the Voskhod Slovenia Tomos Spain Bultaco Derbi Gas Gas Montesa Ossa Rieju Sanglas Taiwan Aeon Motor Gogoro Kymco PGO SYM Taiwan Golden Bee Thailand A.
P. Honda Turkey Kanuni Mondial (Ugur Motor Vehicles) Ukraine KMZ United Kingdom AJS Ariel Motor Company BSA Cheney Racing Clews Competition Motorcycles Greeves Hesketh Megelli Motorcycles Métisse Norton Triumph Wasp Motorcycles United States Alligator Arlen Ness ATK motorcycles Boss Hoss Brammo Cleveland CycleWerks Confederate Motorcycles Electric Moto Corporation Erik Buell Racing Harley-Davidson Indian Janus Motorcycles MTT MotoCzysz Motus Rokon Victory Motorcycles Whizzer (parts and accessories only) Zero Electric Manufacturers no longer in production This is a list of companies that formerly produced and sold motorcycles available to the public, including both street and race/off-road motorcycles.
It also includes some former motorcycle producers of noted historical significance but which would today be classified as badge engineered or customisers. It includes both companies that are defunct, those that still exist but no longer make motorcycles, and some that were acquired by other companies. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.
Australia Abbotsford motorcycles (1912-1913) Absolom motorcycles (1915-) Acme motorcycles (1911-1949) Aussi Also (1920-) Bennett & Barkell Motorcycles 1910 to at least 1917 Carberry 2009-2011 Waratah motorcycles 1911 to around 1948 Hunwick Harrup 1500cc Austria Delta-Gnom (1923–1963) Laurin & Klement (1899–1908) Puch (1903–1987) Belgium FN (1901–1967) Gillet Herstal Minerva (1900–1914) Saroléa (1901–1960) Brazil Amazonas Motocicletas Especiais Ltda (1978-1988) Brumana Pugliese (1970–1982) Agrale (1984–1987) Bulgaria Balkan (1958–1975) Canada Alouette (1973-1974) Can-Am (1973-1987, brand reused 2006-Present for ATVs and Trikes) Moto-Skeeter (Mini-bikes, 1971-1972) Czech Republic Böhmerland (1923–1939) CZ (1935–1997) ESO (1949–1962) Jawa CZ Praga Hostivař (1929–1933) Premier (1913–1933) Denmark Nimbus (1919–1959) Finland Helkama Tunturi France AGF Aiglon (1908-1953) Alcyon (1904–1957) Automoto Dollar (1925-1939) Dresch (1923–1939) Elf Gima Gnome et Rhône (1919–1959) Juery (1930s-1960s) Monet-Goyon Motobécane New-Map Nougier Radior Ratier (1959–1962) Scorpa (1993–2009) Terrot Voxan (1997-2009) Germany Adler (automobile) (1900–1957) Ardie (1919–1957) Avis Celar (1925–1931) D-Rad (1923–1933) DKW (1919- ) Express (1933–1958) Hecker (1922–1957) Hercules (1904–1996) Hildebrand & Wolfmüller (1894–1897) Hoffman (1949–1954) Horex (1923–1960) Killinger and Freund Motorcycle (1935) Kreidler (1951–1982) Maico (1926–1986) Mars (1903–1958) Megola (1921–1925) MMW Münch (1966–1980) Neander (1924–1932) NSU (1901–1960) Opel (1901–1930) Orionette (1921–1925) Simson (1948-1963) TWN (Triumph Nürnberg) (1903–1957) Victoria (1899–1966) Wanderer (1902–1929) Windhoff Zündapp (1921–1984) East Germany BMW (1945–1952) EMW (1952–) IWL (Industriewerke Ludwigsfelde) MZ (-2009) Greece Alta (1962–1972) Lefas (1982–2005) Maratos (1950) MEBEA (1960–1975) Mego (1962–1992) YMC (2000–2011) Hungary Csepel Pannonia India API Atlas Cycles Ltd.
(Atlasolex VéloSoleX mopeds) Booke Bond Motors (BSA 50cc motorcycles) Chamundi Motors (Peugeot mopeds) Escorts Group (WFM/Yamaha motorcycles) Girnar Scooters (later GNAL) (1978–1993) Hero Motors (Puch/Malaguti/Majestic) Krisaki Motors Ideal Jawa (1960–1996) KGP Auto Ltd., Kolhapur (Lambretta 48 mopeds) Kinetic Engineering (Luna/Honda NH scooters) LML(Vespa Scooter) Maharashtra Scooters (Bajaj Priya Scooters) Mopeds India Limited (Suvega-Motobecane mopeds Ramona (mopeds) Saund Zweirad Union India (P) Ltd.
, Gwalior (Vicky/Hitodi mopeds) Sooraj Motorcycles (diesel motorcycles) Tamil Nadu Mopeds Ltd. (Mayuram mopeds) Lambretta Licensed Manufacturers Andhra Pradesh Scooters Ltd (Allwyn Pushpak) API (Lamby scooters) Aravali Swachalit Vahan Ltd. (Aravali) Bihar Scooters Ltd. (Vijeta) Karnataka Scooters Ltd. (Vijay Falcon) Kelvinator Ltd. (Avanti scooter, also Garelli mopeds) Punjab Scooters Ltd. (Vijai Kesari) Scooters India (Vijay and SIL) Tawi Scooters Ltd.
(State of Jammu & Kashmir) West Bengal Scooters Ltd. (Digvijay Scooter) GENNXT MOTORS (CNG BIKES)INDIA Indonesia Kanzen (2000–2010) Italy Abra Accossato Aermacchi Aeromere/Capriolo Aetos Agrati AIM Alano Atala Alato Aldbert Autozodiaco Bianchi (1897–1967) Caproni Ceccato (1947–1962) Cimatti CNA Galbusera MAS FB Mondial (1948–1979) Moretti Motor Company Della Ferrera Frera Fusi Garelli Motorcycles (1919–2012) Innocenti (1947–1997) Iso Rivolta (1953–1974) Lamborghini (1986) Laverda (1949–2006) Malaguti Maserati (1947-1960) Morbidelli Moto Rumi Motom Parilla VOR Japan Abe-Star (1951–1958) Aero (1925–1927) Bridgestone (?–1966) Cabton Fuji Hodaka (1964–1980) Marusho (1948–1967) Meguro (1924–1960) Mitsubishi (1946–1963) Miyata Pointer (1946–1964) Rikuo (1929–1958) Tohatsu (1950-1964) Yamaguchi (1955–1963) Mexico Cooper (1971–1975) New Zealand Britten Motorcycles Nzeta Wood Norway Tempo Pakistan DYL Motorcycles Poland CWS SHL Sokół WSK Portugal CASAL (1953–2000) EFS (1911–198?) FAMEL (1950–2002) Macal (1921–2004) SIS forvel(motorbikes) Russian Empire Alexander Leutner & Co.
(1899–1918?) Spain Bultaco (1958–1983) Cofersa (1954–1962) Gimson (1930–1982) Lube (1947-1967) Montesa (1945–1985) MotoTrans (1957–1983) Ossa (1924–1982) (2010- ) Sanglas (1942–1981) Sweden Aktiv 1927-1937 Gladiator Gripen Hedlund Husaberg (1988-2014) Husqvarna Monark Nordstjernan Rex Viking Switzerland Motosacoche (1900–1956) Thailand Tiger United Kingdom AJS (1909–2000; currently "badge engineered" importers of Chinese bikes) AJW (1928–1977) Ambassador (1946–1964) AMC (1938–1966) Ariel (1902–1970) Armstrong (1980–1987) Beardmore Precision (1921–1924) Blackburne (1913–1921) Brough (1908–1926) Brough Superior³ (1919–1940) BSA (1905–2003) see BSA Company Calthorpe Clyno (1908–1923) Cotton Coventry-Eagle DOT Douglas (1907–1957) EMC (1946–1977) Excelsior (Coventry) (1896–1962) Francis-Barnett (1919–1966) Greeves Haden Hesketh (1982–1984) HRD² Ivy (1907–1934) James JAP Krisaki Levis (1911–1939) Martinsyde (1908–1923) Matchless (1899-1966) Ner-a Car (1921–1926) New Hudson New Imperial (1901–1939) New Knight (1920-1925; made in Bedford) Norman Norton (reformed in 2008) (1902- ) OK-Supreme (1882–1940) OEC (1901–1954) Panther Quadrant (1901–1928) Quasar (1977–1985) Raleigh (1899–1967) Rickman (1960–1975) Royal Enfield (1901–1968, production continues in India) Rudge-Whitworth (1909–1939) Scott (1909–1978) Singer Sprite Stevens (1934–1938) Sun (1911–1961) Sunbeam (1912–1956) Tandon Triumph Engineering Ltd (1902- ; reformed in the 1980s and now still made) Vale-Onslow (SOS) (1926-?) Velocette (1904–1968) Villiers Vincent HRD (1928- ) Vincent Wooler (1911–1954) YORK Coventry (1920–1932) United States Ace (1920–1927) American IronHorse (1995-2008) Buell Motorcycle Company (1983–2009) California Motorcycle Company (?-1999) Crocker (1936–1941) Curtiss (1902–1910) Cushman (1936–1965) Buell (2009-2015) Excelsior (Chicago) (1907–1931) Excelsior-Henderson (1993 / 1998-2001) Fischer Flying Merkel (1911-1915) Henderson (1911–1931) Hodaka (1965-1978) Indian originally Springfield company (1901-1953) Gilroy company (1999-2003) Stellican Limited (2006-2011) Iver Johnson (1907–1916) Mustang (1945–1963) Ner-A-Car (1921–1927) Penton (1968-1978) Pierce-Arrow (1909–1913) Ridley Roehr Motorcycles Schickel Motor Company (1907-1924) Simplex (1935–1960) Titan Thor Yankee USSR Cossack GMZ (1941–1949) MMZ (1941, 1946–1951) NATI (1931–1933) PMZ (1935–1939) TIZ (1936–1941) TMZ (1941–1943) Venezuela Crosley (1945–1961) See also List of scooter manufacturers References ^ a b c The Triumph brand has had two distinct eras, one as Triumph Engineering Company, then under BSA at Meriden, and the recent one as Triumph Motorcycles at Hinckley, with ten years between the two.
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The venture eventually required capital and was bought by Stuart Garner who intends to return production to the United Kingdom. ^ a b "Vincent Motors". In 1928, Phil Vincent bought HRD and changed the name to Vincent HRD. In 1949, Vincent HRD was renamed Vincent. Production of Vincent stopped in 1955. In 1994, Bernard Li acquired the rights to the Vincent trademark, and in 1996 formed Vincent Motors, USA.
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