Protech Powered Sports was established in 2011. Under the patronage and leadership of Mr Hisham Saleh Al Mana. Protech started its business life as a dealer for Polaris off road UTV-s / ATV-s.
Today the company has expanded its product portfolio by adding Kawasaki & Indian motorcycles and a range of accessories and apparel. Protech Powered Sports has today become the supplier of choice in the Qatar motorcycle industry by offering both its sports and industrial customers a wide range of products and services.
Kawasaki built its first motorcycle in 1953.And they’ve never stopped pushing technology to arm riders with what they need to dominate the streets. Advanced engineering, exhaustive testing, and tireless passion go into every motorcycle every time rubber hits the road. From industry-first features to the features that have evolved over a long history, KHI’s innovations will never stop feeding the insatiable appetites of riders around the world. Few companies in the world can say they build the things that make the world turn. Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI), is one of them. Best known commercially for manufacturing power sport products, KHI draws much of its engineering innovations from what it does in the heavy industries. From aircraft engines and bullet trains to bridges and power plants, there’s no limit to what KHI can do. Sport bike or commercial jet, KHI builds the engines that power both. Since 1937, KHI has been a leading manufacturer of aircrafts and aircraft engines, so to say we were born from jets couldn’t be more true. From helicopters and commercial jets to 1,441cc sport bikes and 310-hp Jet Ski® watercraft, it’s our technology in the sky that ignites our innovation down below. Because every Kawasaki motorcycle, ATV, side-by-side and Jet Ski watercraft gets built in a factory, KHI understands we understand the need to be as eco-friendly as possible. Every manufacturing plant, recycling plant or power plant KHI builds is built to be energy efficient and labor saving. The same mindset goes into engineering high performance street, water and off-road machines without sacrificing what’s good for the environment.
The Polaris spirit can be traced back to 1945. Co-founders Edgar Hetteen, his younger brother Allan and his close friend David Johnson. The hard-working trio started the forerunner of Polaris—Hetteen Hoist & Derrick—in 1945 in tiny Roseau, Minnesota. With World War II raging and metal scarce, their skill at repairing farm machinery quickly earned them loyal customers. But it was their tinkering with a better way to get to remote hunting shacks in deep snow that earned them a place in history: The co-founders developed an early snowmobile in 1955. To prove the new vehicles weren’t just frivolous toys, Edgar and three friends embarked on a 1,200-mile journey across the Alaskan wilderness to demonstrate the vehicle’s durability. They lugged 900 pounds of provisions on toboggans and endured minus-40 degree temperatures to complete the journey in 12 days. Their determination paid off. The machines became so popular that Polaris began manufacturing snowmobiles exclusively, which they did for many years before launching into additional product lines that leveraged their strengths in product development, powertrain, manufacturing, distribution and marketing. Since adding All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) in 1984, they have grown to become a global Power sports leader, providing some of the best-selling brands in the industry. For millions of people around the world, Polaris has become synonymous with adventure and passion, in both work and play. For more than 60 years, they have been making high-quality, breakthrough products—whether it’s launching the snowmobile industry, reinventing ATV categories year after year, developing the first purpose-built military vehicles or introducing a radical 3-wheel moto-roadster. From their entrepreneurial roots as a mechanical shop, they have grown into one of the world’s largest Power sports companies.
Indian motorcycles, America’s first motorcycle company since 1897. George M. Hendee founded a bicycle production company called in 1897 the Hendee Manufacturing Company. The bicycles carried brand names such as Silver King, Silver Queen, and American Indian, which was shortened to simply “Indian” and became Hendee’s primary brand name. The legendary Indian® Scout® name has been a part of many stories throughout history, powering Burt Munro’s dogged pursuit of a world land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats on a 1920 Indian Scout. A record that still stands today after 48 years.
In 2011, Polaris Industries, manufacturer of snowmobiles, off-road vehicles (ORVs), small electric-powered vehicles, and parent company of Victory Motorcycles, announced the acquisition of Indian Motorcycle. Manufacturing was relocated to the Polaris production facility in Spirit Lake, Iowa, and engineering was moved primarily to the Polaris Product Development Centre in Wyoming, Minnesota. Today Indian Motorcycles are all about making a statement, they are about choice. They are about being proud of where they have come from and where they are going. They are about being a part of something that is bigger than ourselves, our bike, or the ride. They are about making history for the next 100 years.
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