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|Traded as||OTC Pink: UHLN|
|Headquarters||Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA|
|Bengt Andersson, Chairman|
US Highland is a motorcycle manufacturer based in Oklahoma. It was formed by Mats Malmberg, formerly of Swedish Highland Motorcycles AB, when negotiations to sell Highland to ATK fell through. US Highland's 33,000-square-foot (3,100 m2) factory opened in Tulsa on June 1, 2010 and is expected to produce hundreds of off-road motorcycles a year.
Highland offers motorcycles built to the customer's specifications utilizing modular construction based on two engines, a single and a 60-degree V-twin, and a few frames. The company has stated it plans to build out a dealer network in the United States in 2011–2012.
On July 10, 2010, Malmberg and two other executives of US Highland were killed when their small plane, returning from a business trip in Michigan, crashed in Tulsa's Mohawk Park after they radioed that they were low on fuel and requested an unscheduled landing at nearby Tulsa International Airport.
- US Highland Announces Availability of Video Interview With President and Founder Mats Malmberg and COO Chase Bales, June 10, 2010, retrieved 2010-07-05
- Aaron Frank (April 2010), Highland Motorcycles - Swede Dreams / Highland Motorcycles reorganizes, relocates to America, Motorcyclist, retrieved 2010-07-05
- U.S. Highland: Swedes Invade Oklahoma And Find Revolutionary Electric Engine, Motorcycle Daily, July 1, 2010, retrieved 2010-07-05
- Aaron Frank (August 2010), First Ride: Highland 1050 Viking, Motorcyclist, p. 34
- US Highland Announces Magnetronic Hub Motor, PlugBike.com, July 1, 2010, retrieved 2010-07-05
- Shannon Muchmore, "3 dead after plane crash at Mohawk Park", Tulsa World, July 11, 2010.