Mission’s IP now lives in Canada

So Damon Motorcycles announced they have purchased the Mission Motors IP.  The speed record setting drive trains from Mission will live on and I hope will make it into customers hands this time. Go to Source

Anyone pick up the remains of the R?

Wishful thinking but I would love to see someone put Zero batteries into the R. Go to Source

Anyone pick up the remains of the R?

Wishful thinking but I would love to see someone put Zero batteries into the R. Go to Source

Anyone pick up the remains of the R?

Wishful thinking but I would love to see someone put Zero batteries into the R. Go to Source

Mission filing for bankruptacy

Here are Autoblog's comments regarding Mission Motorcycle filing for bankruptcy:  http://www.autoblog.com/2015/09/14/mission-motorcycles-powers-down-f… Go to Source

Mission filing for bankruptacy

Here are Autoblog's comments regarding Mission Motorcycle filing for bankruptcy:  http://www.autoblog.com/2015/09/14/mission-motorcycles-powers-down-f… Go to Source

Mission filing for bankruptacy

Here are Autoblog's comments regarding Mission Motorcycle filing for bankruptcy:  http://www.autoblog.com/2015/09/14/mission-motorcycles-powers-down-f… Go to Source

Article in August issue of Motorcyclist

There is an article about Mission Motorcycles on page 26 of the August issue of Motorcyclist. It is written by James Parker who helped design the Mission R. There is an interesting comment about how Mission was trying to update 6 year old technology an… Go to Source

Article in August issue of Motorcyclist

There is an article about Mission Motorcycles on page 26 of the August issue of Motorcyclist. It is written by James Parker who helped design the Mission R. There is an interesting comment about how Mission was trying to update 6 year old technology an… Go to Source

Article in August issue of Motorcyclist

There is an article about Mission Motorcycles on page 26 of the August issue of Motorcyclist. It is written by James Parker who helped design the Mission R. There is an interesting comment about how Mission was trying to update 6 year old technology an… Go to Source