Argentina

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Cerro Motos[1] Da Dalt[2] Guerrero (motorcycle)[3] Motomel[4] Zanella[5]

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Austria

Husaberg KTM Generic

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Bangladesh

R. B. Group

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Belarus Brazil

Minsk

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Agrale MVK Motos[7] Kasinski[8] Brasil & Movimento[9] Garinni Motors[10] Dafra Motos[11]

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Canada

Bombardier Can-Am

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China

Chang Jiang Motorworks

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Chunlan Motorcycle Fushida-Battle Geely Motorcycles Haojue Hi Bird Hongyi Motors Jialing Jincheng Suzuki Jincheng Group Kaitong (distributed as Yiben) Kinroad Xintian Motorcycle Manufacture Co. Ltd Lifan Linhai Lu Hao Nanfang Motor Qianjiang (distributed as Keeway) Qinqi Taizhou Shake Ring Motorcycle, simplified Chinese: 台州震环 Shandong (distributed as Pioneer in the US) Shanghai-Ek Chor Motorcycle Xingfu Shineray Superbyke Tank Guangzhou (distributed as Tank in the US, KTMMEX mfg group) Tuohe Wuyang Honda Zongshen

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Czech Republic

CZ

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Jawa Blata

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France

Gima Peugeot Scorpa Sherco Solex Voxan Wakan

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Major and Notable French motorcycle marques

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Germany

BMW MZ Sachs

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Major and Notable German motorcycle marques

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India

Bajaj Auto Hero Honda Hero Motors TVS Motors LML Kinetic Motor Company Royal Enfield Motors Global Automobiles Ideal Jawa India

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Indonesia

Happy Motorcycle Kymco Kanzen APP-KTM

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Italy
Aprilia Benelli Beta Motor Bimota Borile Cagiva Ducati Fantic Motor Ghezzi & Brian Gilera (owned by Piaggio along with Vespa)
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Laverda Malaguti Moto Guzzi Moto Morini MV Agusta Piaggio Terra Modena TM Racing (1976)[12] Vertemati Vyrus WRM Motorcycles

Husqvarna (owned by BMW but all production remains in Italy — formerly Sweden)

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Japan

Honda Kawasaki Suzuki Yamaha

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South Korea

Daelim Hyosung

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Malaysia

Modenas Petronas (as Foggy Petronas Racing).

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Mexico

Carabela[13] Dinamo Zanetti Toromex-Hyosung

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Pakistan
Atlas Honda company Dawood Yamaha Excel Geo Hero Road Prince Stahlco Starlite Super Asia Suzuki Pakistan Motorcycles TIGER By MOHSIN TRADERS Target Super Star

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Toyo Unique Moonstar Winner Sitara

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Poland
Vectrix

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Portugal
AJP

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Russia
Balt Motors IZH Kovrov as the Voskhod ZiD IMZ-Ural [show]

Major and Notable Russian motorcycle marques

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Slovenia
Tomos

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Spain
Derbi Gas Gas Montesa Motor Hispania Rieju Sherco

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Taiwan

Access Motor (Access Motor Co., Ltd Taiwan) ATV(All-terrain Vehicle / UTV, traditional Chinese: 雍御企業股份有限公司; pinyin: Yong Yu CPI

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Hartford Kymco, traditional Chinese: 光陽; pinyin: Guāng Yáng SYM, traditional Chinese: 三陽; pinyin: Sān Yáng PGO, brand of Motive Power Industry Taiwan Golden Bee (TGB), traditional Chinese: 台灣金蜂; pinyin: Táiwān Jīn Fēng

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United Kingdom
AJS CCM Moto-roma Triumph[14] [show]

British motorcycle manufacturers

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United States
Alligator American Eagle American IronHorse American Performance Cycle ATK motorcycles Bourget Bike Works Big Bear Choppers[15] Big Dog Boss Hoss Buell Motorcycle Company (Now a Harley-Davidson subsidiary)
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Oyler Custom Cycles[21] Pantera Pitster Pro[22] PCW Red Horse Rhino Motorcycles Roehr Motorcycles Rokon Ridley Rucker Saxon

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Cobra motorcycles Chopper City USA CHPP Confederate Motorcycles Covingtons Cycle City[16] Desperado Falcon Fischer GPX Engines[17] Harley-Davidson Hellbound Steel Motorcycles[18] Indian Ironworks KPX Motors[19] MTT Merkel MotoCzysz Motovert[20] Orange County Choppers (OCC) [show]

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Uruguay
Cibana Belde Vince-Rocket[26] Winner[27] Ondina[27]

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List of companies that formerly produced and sold motorcycles available to the public, including both street and race/off-road motorcycles. Also includes some former motorcycle producers of noted historical significance but who would today be classified as badge engineered or customisers. Includes both companies that are defunct, and those that still exist but no longer make motorcycles, and some that were acquired by other companies. [edit]

Australia
Waratah —

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Austria
Austro-ILO[28] — (1923-1967) Delta-Gnom — (1923-1963) Laurin & Klement — (1899-1908) Puch — (1903-1987)

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Belgium
FN — Gillet Herstal — Minerva (1900-1914) Mondiale — (1923-1934) Saroléa — (1901-1960)

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Brazil
Amazonas — (1978-1986) Kahena — (1992-

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Bulgaria
Balkan — (1958-1975)

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Czech Republic
Čechie (Böhmerland) — CZ— ESO —

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Jawa CZ — Praga Hostivař — Premier — (1913-1933)

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Denmark
Nimbus — (1920-1957)

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Finland
Helkama — Tunturi —

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France
Alcyon — (1904-1957) Automoto — Barigo BFG Dresch — (1923-1939) Elf Excelsior (Bourgoin) — (1910-1912) Gitane — Gnome et Rhône — (1919-1959) Koehler-Escoffier Magnat-Debon MF MGC — (1927-1932) Midual Monet-Goyon Motobécane — Nougier — Radior —

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Ratier — (1959-1962) Scorpa — (1993-2009) Werner — (1901Terrot —

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Germany
Ardie — (1919-1957) DKW — (1919D-Rad — (1923-1933) Excelsior (Brandenburg) — (1901-1906 / 1927-1939) Excelsior (München) — (1923-1924) Express — (1933-1958) Flottweg — (1921Hecker (motorcycle) — (1922-1957) Hercules — (1904-1966) Horex — (1923-1960) Hoffmann (motorcycle) — (1949-1954) Killinger and Freund Motorcycle Kreidler — (1951-1982)
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Maico — Mars — (1903-1958) Megola — (1921-1925) Münch — (1966-1980) MuZ — Neander — (1924-1932) NSU — Opel — (1901-1930) Triumph (Nürnberg) — (19031957)[14] Victoria — (1899-1966) Wanderer — (1902-1929) Zündapp —

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East Germany
AWO — (1950-1957) EMW — (1945-1950) IFA — MZ — Simson —

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Greece
Alta — (1962-1972)

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Lefas — (1982-2005) Maratos — (1920s) MEBEA — (1960-1975) Mego — (1962-1992)

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Hungary
Csepel — (1951-1975) Pannónia — (1951-1975) Danuvia — (1955-1967) Ready to reopen, [see www.Danuvia.hu]

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Italy
Aermacchi — (1945-1979) Aeromere/Capriolo (1948—1964) Bianchi — (1897-1967) Caproni — (1953-1959) Ceccato motorcycles (1949—1960's) CM (1930-1957)[29] Della Ferrera — (1909-1938) FB Mondial — Frera — (1906-1936) Garelli — Iso — Lamborghini (Only 5 or 6 Lamborghini-badged concept bikes made by a French contractor in 1986.)[30][31]
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Laverda — (1948-?) Miller-Balsamo — (19211959) Morbidelli — Moretti — (1934-1952) Ollearo — (1921-1953) Parilla — (1946-1967) Sertum — (1932-1951) SWM — Taurus — (1933-1966) Tecnomoto — VOR — (1998-2005)

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Japan
Bridgestone — Cabton — Fuji Hodaka —

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Hosk — Marusho — (1948-1967) Meguro — Mitsubishi — (1946-1963) Miyata — Rikuo — Tohatsu —

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Mexico
Carabela — Cooper — Islo —

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Netherlands
Batavus — (1904-1976)

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New Zealand
Britten Motorcycles —

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Norway
Tempo

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Pakistan
Shahsawar Motorcycle —

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Poland
CWS — SFM — Sokół — WFM —

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Portugal
Casal — Casal — Celestino (motorcycle) — Confersil — EFS — Famel — Fundador — Macal — (1921-2004) Nacional — Pachancho — SIS — Vilar — Vouga —

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Empire

Alexander Leutner & Co. — (1899–1918?)

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Spain

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Bultaco — (1958-1983) Lube — (1947- ) MotoTrans— (1957-1983) Montesa — (1945-1981) Ossa — (1924-1982) Sanglas — (1942-1981)

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Husqvarna — Monark —

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Condor — Motosacoche —

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Ukraine
Dnepr/Dnipro — (1990-2007)

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United Kingdom
AJW — (1928-1977) Ambassador — (19461964) AMC — (1938-1966) Ariel — (1902-1970) Armstrong — (19801987) Beardmore Precision — (1921-1924) Blackburne — (19131921) Brough — (1908-1926)
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New Hudson — New Imperial — (1901-1939) Norman — Norton (reformed in 2008) — (1902- )[33] OK-Supreme — (1882-1940) OEC — (1901-1954) Palmelli — Panther — Quadrant — (1901-1928) Quasar — (1977-1985) Raleigh — (1899-1967) Redrup Radial — (1919-1922)

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Brough Superior³ — (1919-1940) BSA — (1905-1973) Calthorpe — Clarendon — Clyno — (1908-1923) Cotton — Coventry-Eagle — DOT — Douglas — EMC — (1946-1977) Excelsior (Coventry) — (1896-1965) Greeves — Haden — Hesketh — (1982-1984) Francis-Barnett — (1919-1966) HRD² — Ivy — (1907-1934) James — JAP — Levis — (1911-1939) Martinsyde — (19081923) Matchless — (1899Ner-a Car — (19211927)

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Rickman — (1960-1975) Royal Enfield — production continues in Rudge-Whitworth — Scott — Singer — Sprite — Spryt — Stevens — (1934-1938) Sun — (1911-1961) Sunbeam — Triumph Engineering Ltd (reformed in the 1980s and now still made) — (1902- )[14] Velocette — (1904-1968) Villiers — Vincent HRD — (1928- )[34] Vincent —[34] Wooler — (1911-1954) Zenith — (1905-1949) India

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United States
Ace — (1920-1927) American Ironhorse — Arrow — (1909-1914) California Motorcycle Company — Cleveland — (1902-1927) Crocker — (1936-1941) Curtiss — (1902-1910) Cushman — (1936-1965) Emblem (1909-1925) Excelsior (Chicago) — (1907-1931) Excelsior-Henderson — (1993 / 19982001) Harley-Davidson — (1903-present) Henderson — (1911-1931) Hodaka — Indian — (1907Iver Johnson — (1907-1916) Marsh — (1899-1913)
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Militaire — (1911-1919) Mustang — (1945-1963) Ner-a Car — (1921-1927) Merkel — (1902-1915) Pierce — (1909-1913) Pope — (1911-1918) Reading Standard — (19031922) Rokon — Sears — (1912-1916) (19531963) Simplex (Louisiana) — (19351960) Schickel — (1912-1919) Thor — (1907-1917) Yale (motorcycles) — Yankee — Victory — (1998-present)

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Soviet Union
Cossack — GMZ — (1941-1949) KMZ — (1945-1990) MMZ — (1941, 1946-1951) NATI — (1931-1933) PMZ — (1935-1939) TIZ — (1936-1941) TMZ — (1941-1943)

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