Windy City Motorcycle adds BMW and Royal Enfield

 
Posted11/18/2018 6:00 AM
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  • The BMW Motorrad worldwide leadership team visited BMW of St. Charles on Friday, Nov. 9, to begin their partnership.

    The BMW Motorrad worldwide leadership team visited BMW of St. Charles on Friday, Nov. 9, to begin their partnership. Courtesy of Windy City Motorcycle Co.

Windy City Motorcycle Co. this week announced the addition of two premium brands to its lineup of motorcycles and scooters. The company now carries BMW Motorcycles and Royal Enfield brands.

BMW of St. Charles and Royal Enfield of St. Charles are now operating out of the Windy City Triumph dealership in St. Charles. Both BMW and Royal Enfield models have arrived and are on the showroom floor, the company said.

Windy City Motorcycle now has 18 dealership locations across Chicago and Southern Wisconsin, carrying the following brands: Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Aprilia, KTM, Piaggio, Moto Guzzi, Vespa, BMW and Royal Enfield.

BMW is one of the world's premium recognized brands and has a rich history of performance and innovation. Royal Enfield is one of the world's oldest brands, originating in 1901, and is known for classic styling and affordable pricing.

"We are tremendously excited about the addition of these two premium brands to Windy City Triumph and Windy City Motorcycle Co.," said Ozzie Giglio, CEO of Windy City Motorcycle. "Our goal as a company is to continue to provide exceptional customer experiences and provide our customers with freedom of choice, rider convenience, and commitment to value."

Windy City Triumph, now with the addition of BMW Motorcycles and Royal Enfield, is located at 131 Randall Road, St. Charles, and shares an 80,000-square-foot facility with Fox River Harley-Davidson.

"Both BMW and Royal Enfield are unique and exciting brands of motorcycles and we have been anxiously anticipating their arrival to our dealership. We look forward to serving an even broader customer base," said JB Bussert, general manager of Windy City Triumph.

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