Elmhurst's iMotorsports buys Orlando dealership

  • iMotorsports, a  large pre-owned motorcycle retailer in Elmhurst acquired Indian Motorcycle of Orlando, a Florida based motorcycle dealership.

    iMotorsports, a large pre-owned motorcycle retailer in Elmhurst acquired Indian Motorcycle of Orlando, a Florida based motorcycle dealership. Courtesy of iMotorsports

 
Daily Herald Report
Posted12/4/2017 6:00 AM

iMotorsports, a large pre-owned motorcycle retailer in Elmhurst acquired Indian Motorcycle of Orlando, a Florida based motorcycle dealership.

The authorized Indian motorcycle dealer sells new and certified pre-owned motorcycles as well as motorcycle gear, apparel, parts, maintenance and washes. The transaction marks iMotorsports' second acquisition in the past 12 months, the first being St. Pete Powersports of St. Petersburg, Florida.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Indian Motorcycle of Orlando will continue to operate under its current name focusing on the sale of new Indians and iMotorsports focused on the sale of certified pre-owned motorcycles.

"Given the immediate success realized at St. Pete Powersports, we were looking for another Indian motorcycle dealership," said iMotorsports co-founder Haider Saba. "Orlando's growing population and strong motorcycle community, combined with the recent announcement of Indian's double digit market share for big bikes in September, has iMotorsports positioned well for continued success."

iMotorsports co-founder TIm Walter said "We will continue to pursue opportunities to accelerate growth with the goal of acquiring two additional dealerships in 2018. We seek to combine with well run and respected dealerships, making every acquisition a success."

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