Thursday, 31 May 2012

Saxon Motorcycles for sale

Saxon Motorcycles for sale

Yesterday Saxon Motorcycles announced on Twitter that it is indeed for sale and posted a link to their Facebook website to say exactly the same thing. “Saxon Motorcycles is officially being offered for sale. The sale of the company shall include all intellectual property, inventory, parts, tools and equipment. If you have an interest in this very unique opportunity please e-mail”

On September 24, 2009 Saxon Motorcycles was acquired by Mark Borodkin and Tim Gueltzow, with the intention to revamp the company. The plan included first a survey of all current and potential Saxon owners and dealers to find out areas that needed immediate attention to build a positive Saxon experience. Second, the release of several new models built in a new 40,000 sq.ft facility located in Gilbert, Arizona and equipped to build up to 1200 motorcycles a year.

Saxon in Europe is represented by New Rebel Motorcycles, established in January 2006, by Frank Vermeulen and Rinke Andringa. The founders have chosen for Saxon  because the company philosophy of New Rebel seamlessly with those of Saxon. "We have chosen for Saxon because they build awesome motorcycles for a very competitive price. Their  philosophy, professionalism and strategy fits perfectly with ours. They also are  distinguished by their focus on quality, customer satisfaction and service which makes them a perfect partner to a new market in Europe"says Rinke Andringa at the time. How everything will work out with Saxon in Europe is still unclear.

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