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October 2012 Update: TGB Scooters : Source
TGB has once again made its mark within the Australian scooter market in October posting strong results month upon month in a retracting market place. According to industry data specialist, ERG International TGB holds 8.9% of the entire Australian scooter market year to date in 2012.
TGB scooters have been available in Australia for over ten years and provide Australians with a fantastic range of economical and environmental scooters.
Impressively, as an established brand TGB scooters have continued to grow every year and this has resulted in TGB taking the title for the 6th highest scooter brand within Australia year to date. "Month on month TGB continues to record excellent results in the market and this comes down to what TGB stands for. TGB is quality, reliability and value for money and this is what Australians want,” said TGB National Sales Manager, Alan Collins.
TGB scooters are manufactured in Taiwan and come with a 2 Year Factory Warranty. TGB scooters range from 50cc to 300cc model and are supported by over 33 years manufacturing and development experience.
In 2012 TGB will further grow with exciting new product introductions and a focus on commercial relationships.
"TGB scooters this month will be introducing the new classically-styled Bellavita to the Australian market,” says National Sales Manager, Alan Collins.
Initially available in only a 300cc, with a 125cc model to be launched early in 2013, the TGB Bellavita features the classic European styling of a traditional 50's era scooter, while possessing the exceptional power and performance of a leader in the modern scooter industry. Operated by CVT 'Twist & Go' automatic transmission, the Bellavita is complemented with Electronic Fuel Injection. A vast range of colours, a lockable glove box and option of top box addition make the Bellavita as practical as it is stylish!
"The launch of the TGB Bellavita will help to mature the TGB range to ensure we can offer not only sporty commuters but also stylish two wheel transport,” Collins says.
As another aspect towards TGB’s continued success in the Australia market place is TGB’s unique position as the exclusive supplier of commercial grade delivery scooters to the Australian businesses.
"Already the trusted supplier already to Domino’s Pizzas nationally, we believe that this product is great evidence of the reliability and high performance of the TGB brand and we can expect our commercial and personal use scoots to increase further in late 2012 and beyond!”
In Australia, TGB scooters is distributed by Mojo Motorcycles, who were established eight years ago and are the exclusive distributor for CFMoto motorcycles, scooters and ATVs, Daelim motorcycles and scooters, as well as TGB scooters. In 2012 Mojo Motorcycles have extended their empire to hold 3.6% of the entire Australian motorcycle market year to date, according to results just released by ERG International. Mojo Motorcycles pride themselves on importing quality products to the Australian market. With each of the Mojo Motorcycles brands kicking goals monthly, there is no doubt that Mojo Motorcycles is well on the way to becoming a market leader.
Riders online with Motorcycle Alley
Two Hawke's Bay motorcycle enthusiasts have kick-started a dedicated motorcycle trading website - and it is beginning to click up through the gears as word continues to spread across the country.
It is Motorcycle Alley (MA), a site sparked by Pete Roberts and Kate Grindrod through their shared loved of motorcycling, and the desire to make it easier and more cost effective for all like-minded enthusiasts - be they individuals, businesses or clubs - to get the word out to other riders about what they may be selling, looking to buy or looking to stage.
MA came about in the spring of 2012 after Kate had gone online to try and find some riding gear.
"She started talking about how good it would be if there was a site for womens' bike gear, and I started to look into it,'' Roberts says.
The more he looked the more he became convinced that an easy-to-access, comprehensive one-stop site for motorcyclists to buy and sell bikes and gear was needed.
The two enthusiasts set to work, and launched the first format of Motorcycle Alley last November, revamping and stepping it up around Christmas.
Roberts says one of his prime aims was to provide a site which would greatly reduce the costs of selling bikes, parts and gear ... click to read article