Michelin And Harley-Davidson Enter Into Agreement To Increase Availability Of Michelin Scorcher Tyres - Overdrive

Michelin and Harley-Davidson enter into agreement to increase availability of Michelin Scorcher tyres

21 Aug 2015 / 0

After a partnership since 2008, Michelin and Harley-Davidson have signed an agreement that allows the tyres with both the companies’ branding on the sidewalls, to be sold through authorised Michelin and Harley-Davidson dealers.


The Michelin Scorcher 11, Scorcher 31 and Scorcher 32 tyres are fitted as original equipment on the Harley-Davidson Sportster, Dyna, V-Rod and Street. Currently available only through Harley-Davidson’s dealership network, this agreement will widen the availability of these tyres on the replacement market. However, no dates have been released on when this agreement will take effect.


Michelin and Harley-Davidson strengthen alliance

MICHELIN Scorcher ranges dedicated to Harley-Davidson now available
via all tire distribution networks

On 13 August 2015 Michelin and Harley-Davidson, who have been partners since 2008, announced they have signed an agreement allowing the tires with both Michelin and Harley-Davidson® branding on their sidewalls to be sold through authorized Michelin and Harley-Davidson dealers.

The MICHELIN Scorcher 11, the MICHELIN Scorcher 31 and the MICHELIN Scorcher 32 tires, which are fitted as original equipment on Harley-Davidson Sportster®, Dyna®, V-Rod® and Harley-Davidson Street® motorcycles, will be available more widely on the replacement market. These tire ranges are currently only sold via the network of Harley-Davidson dealerships.

The availability and timing for the sale of MICHELIN Scorcher tires through authorized Michelin tire dealers will be determined on a country by country basis starting in autumn 2015.

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