Motorcycle company seeks full throttle in the United States

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August 27, 2017: When the owners of this retro motorcycle company in Cleveland exhausted all avenues to make their motorcycles a reality in the United States, they tapped into an Asian market that adores American culture and lifestyle. Without hesitation, China helped launch the manufacture and sale of its lightweight and inexpensive product. Now, after nearly a decade of trials, Scott Colosimo’s Cleveland Cyclewerks is encouraging more local partners to start manufacturing at home.

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