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Common Tread

Motorcycle sales suck... Do you even care?

Jul 13, 2019

For the season finale of Highside/Lowside, the guys take on one of their toughest topics yet: the struggling sales of motorcycles in the United States.

Bikes are booming in other parts of the world. That’s just not the case for the market we and most of our readers live in. Even with a half hour to talk about it, Lemmy, Spurgeon, and Joe don’t cover all the reasons why a person might not buy a motorcycle. And all that not-buying of motorcycles is really hurting sales, believe it or not.

Does the sales slump matter? Do you care? What if that’s just how the market is right now, and that’s all it needs to be? These are the questions the guys try to hash out in our final episode of the season. Highside/Lowside will be back for another season after a break, since our hosts want to take some time to ride, wrench, and debate new topics to bring you in the near future. 

How to listen to Highside/Lowside

As usual, the podcast version of Lemmy, Spurgeon, and Joe's discussion offers an uncut listening experience for an even deeper discussion. Highside/Lowside is available via Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, LibSyn, and Google Play Music for those with accounts.