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Big Dog Motorcycles For Sale In United Kingdom

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The history of this motorcycle brand is not that long. It was founded in the mid-90s of the last century as a mid-value semi-custom bikes company. The company's headquarters were located in the Kansas city of Wichita. During the first 20 years of its activity, Big Dog was able to produce 20 thousand motorcycles. At the time of its bankruptcy (financial problems were caused by an excessive number of borrowed loans with collateral in the form of production facilities) in 2011, 25 thousand "Big Dog Motocycles" had already been produced. Initially, the most beautiful representatives of the "Old Smokey" model came off the assembly line. It was a small custom bike with minimal shields and a decidedly classic cruiser body. The multimillion-dollar sales revenues of the first motorcycle brand contributed to the expansion of the company's product range. Motorcycle Big Dog photo The area at the headquarters of the manufacturer has also grown significantly. Before the global financial crisis of 2008, the company had about 100 dealers in various parts of the United States. The American custom market remains very promising to this day. Painfully they love this class of iron horses. The Big Dog motorcycles, photos of which you will find in this article, may eventually return to mass production due to the above. In the meantime, admirers of this brand have only one promise from its founder to restore the production of spare parts for the future repair of already produced two-wheeled "big dogs".