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    United States
    Alligator
    American Eagle
    American Performance Cycle (APC)
    ATK motorcycles
    Bourget Bike Works
    Big Bear
    Big Dog
    Big Man Bikes
    Boss Hoss
    Buell Motorcycle Company (Now a Harley-Davidson subsidiary)
    Confederate Motorcycles
    Desperado
    Fischer
    Harley-Davidson
    Hellbound Steel
    Ironworks
    KPX
    MTT
    MotoCzysz
    Norton 4(formerly United Kingdom)
    Orange County Choppers (OCC)
    Pantera
    PCW
    Red Horse
    Rhino Motorcycles
    Rokon
    Ridley
    Rucker
    Saxon
    Steed
    Studebaker Motor Company[1]The Modern Day company
    Swift
    Titan
    Thor
    United Motors
    Von Dutch Kustom Cycles
    Vengeance
    Victory
    Vincent
    Viper
    West Coast Choppers
    Whizzer
    Wicked Women Choppers
    Wild West
    Xtreme Choppers
    ZAP

    Major and Notable motorcycle marques of the USA
    Buell • Confederate • Harley-Davidson • Henderson • Indian • Victory • Orange County Choppers


    Austria
    Husaberg (KTM - formerly Swedish)
    KTM

    Belarus
    Minsk

    Canada
    Big Brute

    China
    Chang Jiang Motorworks
    Chunlan Motorcycle
    Fushida-Battle
    Haojue
    Hongyi Motors
    Jincheng Suzuki
    Lifan
    Linhai
    Lu Hao
    Nanfang Motor
    Qianjiang (distributed as Keeway)
    Qinqi
    Taizhou Shake Ring Motorcycle, Simplified Chinese
    Shandong (distributed as Pioneer in the US)
    Shanghai-Ek Chor Motorcycle Xingfu
    Wuyang Honda
    Zongshen

    Czech Republic
    Jawa

    Estonia
    Magnum Chrome

    France
    Peugeot
    Scorpa
    Sherco
    Voxan

    Germany
    BMW
    MZ
    Sachs

    Major and Notable German motorcycle marques
    BMW • DKW • EMW • Maico • Megola • MZ • NSU • Sachs • Zündapp

    India
    Bajaj Auto - Bajaj
    Hero Honda - Munjal
    TVS Motors - TVS
    LML - Singhania
    Kinetic Engineering - Firodia
    Royal Enfield
    Kanda Motors
    Monto Motors
    Honda
    Yamaha
    Suzuki
    Escorts
    Ideal JAWA

    Indonesia
    Happy Motorcycle
    Kymco

    Italy
    Aeromere/Capriolo
    Aprilia
    Benelli
    Beta Motor
    Bimota
    Borile
    Cagiva
    CM
    Ducati
    Fantic Motor
    Ghezzi & Brian
    Gilera (owned by Piaggio along with Vespa)
    Husqvarna (Cagiva owned - formerly Swedish)
    Laverda
    Magni
    Malaguti
    Moto Guzzi
    Moto Morini
    MV Agusta
    Piaggio
    Sumco
    Terra Modena
    TM
    Vertemati
    VOR
    Vyrus
    WRM Motorcycles

    Major and Notable Italian motorcycle marques
    Aprilia • Benelli • Bimota • Cagiva • Ducati • Gilera • Laverda • Mondial • Morbidelli • Moto Guzzi • Moto Morini • MV Agusta

    Japan
    Honda
    Kawasaki
    Suzuki
    Yamaha
    Major and Notable Japanese motorcycle marques
    Current: Honda • Kawasaki • Suzuki • Yamaha

    Defunct: Bridgestone • Hodaka


    South Korea
    Daelim
    Hyosung

    Malaysia
    Modenas
    Petronas (as Foggy Petronas Racing)

    Pakistan
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    Atlas Honda
    Crown
    Ghani Automobile Industries
    Suzuki Pakistan Motorcycles
    Dawood Yamaha
    Sohrab
    Excel
    Hero
    Adam
    Pak Hero
    Super Star
    Laser
    Habib
    Geo
    Super Asia
    Super Star
    Star
    Master
    Ravi
    Eagle
    Metro
    Toyo
    Road Prince

    Portugal
    AJP

    Russia
    Balt Motors
    IZH
    Kovrov
    ZiD
    IMZ-Ural

    Major and Notable Russian motorcycle marques
    IMZ-Ural • Izhevsk Mechanical Works • ZiD • Voskhod motorcycle


    Slovenia
    Tomos

    Spain
    Derbi
    Gas Gas
    Montesa
    Rieju

    Taiwan
    CPI
    Hartford
    Kymco, Traditional Chinese: Pinyin: Guāng Yáng
    SYM, Traditional Chinese: Pinyin: Sān Yáng
    PGO, brand of Motive Power Industry
    TGB Taiwan Golden Bee, Traditional Chinese

    United Kingdom
    CCM
    Moto-roma
    Triumph

    British motorcycle manufacturers
    Current: Triumph • CCM

    Defunct: AJS (1909-1969) • Ambassador • AMC (1937-196?) • Ariel • Armstrong • Beardmore Precision (1921-1924) • Blackburne • Brough (1908-1926) • Brough Superior (1919-1940) • BSA (1919-1972) • Calthorpe • Clarendon • Cotton (1918-1980) • DOT (1908-197 • Douglas (1907-1957) • EMC • Excelsior (1896-1964) • Greeves (1953-1976) • Francis-Barnett (1919-1966) • Haden • Hesketh • HRD (1922-192 • Ivy (1911-1934) • James • Matchless (1899-1966) • New Hudson • Norman • Norton (1898-1992) • OEC Commander • OK-Supreme (1882-1940) • Palmelli • Panther (1904-1967) • Quasar (1975-1982) • Rickman (1960-1975) • Royal Enfield (1893-1970) • Rudge (1911-1946) • Scott • Sprite (1965-1971) • Spryt • Sunbeam • Velocette (1904-196 • Villiers • Vincent (1928-1959) • Wooler (1909-1954)


    Motorcycle manufacturers no longer in production
    Ace — United States (1920-1927)
    AJS — United Kingdom (1909-)
    Alta — Greece (1962-1972)
    Ambassador — United Kingdom
    AMC — United Kingdom
    American Ironhorse
    Casal — Portugal
    Ariel — United Kingdom (1902-1970s)
    Armstrong — United Kingdom
    AWO— East Germany (1950-1957)
    Batavus — (1904-1976)
    Balkan — Bulgaria (1958-1975)
    Beardmore Precision — United Kingdom (1921-1924)
    Blackburne — United Kingdom (1913-1921)
    Bridgestone — Japan
    Britten Motorcycles — New Zealand
    Brough³— United Kingdom (1908-1926)
    Brough Superior³ — United Kingdom (1919-1940)
    BSA Motor Cycles Ltd — United Kingdom (1905-1973)
    Bultaco — Spain
    California Motorcycle Company — United States (was merged into the second incarnation of Indian)
    Calthorpe — United Kingdom
    Capriolo — Italy
    Carabela — Mexico
    Casal — Portugal
    Celestino — Portugal
    Clarendon — United Kingdom
    Cogsley Farnesworth— Australia
    Confersil — Portugal
    Cleveland — United States (1902-1927)
    Cooper — Mexico
    Cossack — Soviet Union
    Cotton — United Kingdom
    Crocker — United States (1936-1940)
    Cushman — United States (1930-
    CWS — Poland
    CZ— Czech Republic
    DKW (Das Kleine Wunder) — East Germany (1919-
    DOT — United Kingdom
    Douglas — United Kingdom
    EFS — Portugal
    Emblem United States (1909-1925)
    EMC — United Kingdom (1946-1977)
    EMW (Eisenach Motoren Werke) — East Germany (1945- )
    Enfield — United Kingdom
    ESO — Czech Republic
    Excelsior (Bourgoin) — France (1910-1912)
    Excelsior (Brandenburg) — Germany (1901-1906 / 1927-1939)
    Excelsior (Chicago) — United States (1907-1931)
    Excelsior (Coventry) — United Kingdom (1896-1965)
    Excelsior (München) — Germany (1923-1924)
    Excelsior-Henderson — United States (1993 / 1998-2001)
    Flottweg — Germany (1921-
    Gitane — France
    Greeves — United Kingdom
    Famel — Portugal
    FN — (Fabrique National) Belgium
    Francis-Barnet — United Kingdom
    Fundador — Portugal
    Fuji — Japan
    Garelli — Italy
    GMZ — Soviet Union (1941-1949)
    H — United Kingdom
    Helkama — Finland
    Henderson — United States (1911-1931)
    Hercules — Germany (1904-1966)
    Hesketh Motorcycles — United Kingdom (1982-1984)
    Hodaka — Japan
    Hosk — Japan
    Husqvarna — Sweden
    HRD² — United Kingdom
    IFA — East Germany
    Indian — United States (1907-
    Islo — Mexico
    ISOMOTO — Italy
    Iver Johnson — United States (1907-1916)
    Ivy motorbikes — United Kingdom (1907-1934)
    James — United Kingdom
    Jawa CZ — Czech Republic
    Laurin & Klement — Austria (1905-
    Lefas — Greece (1982-2005)
    Lilac — Japan (1948-1969)
    Lube — Spain
    Macal — Portugal (1921-2004)
    Maico — Template:FDR
    Maratos — Greece (1920s)
    Marsh — United States (1899-1913)
    Ma — Japan
    Matchless — United Kingdom (1899-
    MEBEA — Greece (1960-1975)
    Mego — Greece (1962-1992)
    Megola — Germany
    Merkel — United States (1902-1915)
    Mitsubishi — Japan
    MGC — France (1927-1932)
    MMZ — Soviet Union (1941, 1946-1951)
    Mobylette — France
    Mondial — Italy
    Monark — Sweden
    Morbidelli — Italy
    Motobécane — France
    Motor Hispania — Spain
    Münch — Germany (1966-1980)
    Mustang — United States (1945-1963)
    MuZ — Germany
    MZ — East Germany
    NATI — Soviet Union (1931-1933)
    Nacional — Portugal
    New Hudson — United Kingdom
    Nimbus — Denmark (1920-1957)
    Norman — United Kingdom
    Norton — United Kingdom (1902-
    Nougier — France
    NSU — Germany
    OEC Commander — United Kingdom
    OK-Supreme — United Kingdom (1882-1940)
    Ossa — Spain
    Pachancho — Portugal
    Palmelli — United Kingdom
    Pannonia— Hungary
    Panther — United Kingdom
    Pierce — United States (1909-1913)
    PMZ — Soviet Union (1935-1939)
    Pope — United States (1911-191
    Puch — Austria
    Rabbit — Japan
    Reading Standard — United States (1903-1922)
    Rickman — United Kingdom
    Rikuo — Japan
    Rokon — United States
    Royal Enfield — United Kingdom - sub division continues in India
    Rudge-Whitworth — United Kingdom
    Sanglas — Spain
    Scott — United Kingdom
    Shahsawar Motorcycle — Pakistan
    Sears — United States (1912-1916) (1953-1963)
    SFM — Poland
    SIS — Portugal
    Simplex (Louisiana) — United States (1935-1960)
    Simson — East Germany
    Sprite — United Kingdom
    Spryt — United Kingdom
    Sunbeam — United Kingdom
    SWM — Italy
    Tecnomoto — Italy
    Terrot — France
    Tohatsu — Japan
    Thor — United States (1907-1917)
    TIZ — Soviet Union (1936-1941)
    TMZ — Soviet Union (1941-1943)
    Tomos — Yugoslavia and the Netherlands
    Triumph Engineering Ltd¹ — United Kingdom (1902-
    Tunturi — Finland
    Velocette — United Kingdom (1904-196
    Vilar — Portugal
    Villiers — United Kingdom
    Vincent HRD² — United Kingdom (1928-
    Vincent (motorcycle)² — United Kingdom
    Vouga — Portugal
    Waratah — Australia
    Werner — (1901-
    WFM — Poland
    Wooler — United Kingdom (1911-1954)
    Yale (motorcycles) — United States
    Yankee — United States
    Zündapp — Germany
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    Default Re: List of Motorcycle Manufacturers

    Danggggggg

    That is more motorcycles than I every thought could exist.

    But how many of those are still being made. :o

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    you forgot one italjet

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    Default Re: List of Motorcycle Manufacturers

    And Ural, a Russian made bike

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