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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
HI-SPEED ADVANCE 100Km/L www.smasworld.com & www.razzymotor.com
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 (1908-1978) • Douglas (1907-1957) • EMC • Excelsior (1896-1964) • Greeves (1953-1976) • Francis-Barnett (1919-1966) • Haden • Hesketh • HRD (1922-1928) • 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 (1904-1968) • 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 (1911-1918)
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 (1904-1968)
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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