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Motorcycle production in Spirit Lake can’t keep up with demand

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Motorcycle production in Spirit Lake can’t keep up with demand

By Matt Kelley While there’s snow and ice on the roads now, many Iowans are day-dreaming about motorcycle weather. In northwest Iowa’s Dickinson County the roar of big bikes is heard year-round. Spirit Lake is home to Polaris Industries, which makes Indian and Victory motorcycles, about 60 per day. The demand is global and Polaris operations director Cory […]

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