Peugeot: 1898

After shifting their attention to cars in the 1950s, their motorcycle division was largely forgotten by everyone. Mahindra and Mahindra bought it in 2014.

Royal Enfield: 1901

The oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production. From being a Small Arms manufacturing company to building motorcycles, they have come a long way.

Indian: 1901

America's first motorcycle company did a great job from 1901 to 1953. They resumed operations in 1999 in Gilroy, CA. Later got purchased by Polaris Industries in 2011.

Norton: 1902

This British brand was once a leading motorcycle company and won many championships. They got purchased by TVS Motors in 2020.

Triumph: 1902

The largest motorcycle brand from the UK was re-established in 1983 by John Bloor after Triumph Engineering went into receivership.

Harley-Davidson: 1903

Harley-Davidson has stood the test of time and is one of the two American brands to survive the Great Depression Period. They have such a great legacy to be proud of.

Husqvarna: 1903

Before getting into the motorcycle business, the company used to make Muskets. Now the Sweden-based company is owned by PIERER Mobility Group

SACHS: 1905

Once a leading engine supplier to various brands is now known for its suspension components.

BSA: 1910

British Small Arms was a major industrial combine which used to build firearms, iron castings, steel, machine tools and of course motorcycles, cars, buses.

Benelli: 1911

Benelli is technically the oldest Italian motorcycle brand. It is now owned by Qianjiang Motorcycle, a Chinese company, since 2005.