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The year so far for Mojo Motorcycles, importer and distributor of the TGB, CF Moto, Daelim and Sachs brands.

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TGB So Far in 2010

TGB, the leading Taiwanese manufacturer of scooters, continues to rapidly gain traction in the Australia market according to figures released today by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI).

The FCAI data set recognises TGB as one of the strongest performers, showing over 70% sales growth over the same time last year.

The positive result comes just weeks after TGB was named the number one selling scooter brand in Australia for the month of September. TGB’s brand manager in Australia, Darren Woodward was excited by the brands recent achievements.

“The year 2010 has been a breakout year for TGB in Australia with more and more customers realising the real benefits of joining the TGB family.

“We have worked hard to introduce new models, with new features but to also maintain the same great competitive pricing that consumers have come to expect from the TGB name.

Woodward points toward the current extended five year warranty program, which applies to new retail purchases of Tapo 50cc and Bullet 150cc scooters, as evidence of this.

“No other scooter manufacturer can match that type of commitment in their product. “By continuing to have 100% of products manufactured onsite at TGB’s facility in Taiwan we can manage quality control all the way from initial design until delivery” said Woodward.

Customers can also feel secure in the knowledge that a TGB dealer is always close by. “Our customers have the peace of mind that a committed and knowledge TGB dealer is never far away with expert technical expertise and access to a range of genuine spare parts.

The TGB sales results have been bolstered all year by the strong performance of the Delivery scooter, the only scooter available in Australia which has specifically been designed for commercial applications.

“After a number of successful trials our Delivery scooters have been introduced into a number of high profile fleets and are proving to be an efficient inner city Delivery vehicle” said Wooward.

For further information on the TGB range of scooters available in Australia please visit

Sachs Bikes and Scooters So Far in 2010

German motorcycle and scooter manufacturer, Sachs Bikes, continues its growth within the Australian market according to the latest round of official sales data released by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI).

The FCAI figures highlight a 233% increase in sales over the same period last year with over 570 customers choosing to put a Sachs Bikes vehicle in their garage.

Led by the Amici, a retro styled 125cc scooter, Sachs Bikes offer their Australian customers a choice of three models.

It’s this compact yet unique product offering that Darren Woodward, brand manager for Sachs Bikes in Australia, attributes to the strong result.

“Over time we have developed a unique product offering combining international quality with features designed to withstand Australian conditions, a strategy which is proving to be very successful”.

“The Amici continues to hold its place as Australia’s number one selling retro styled scooter, enticing customers with its classic tear drop shape, economical 125cc engine and smooth twist and go transmission” states Woodward.

Sachs Bikes also continue to hold an imposing position in the commuter bike segment with their Express model.

“The Express, powered by a 150cc engine, is very popular amongst inner-city commuters and offers a fun yet affordable way to commute or the perfect learner friendly motorcycle” said Woodward.

The very different Sachs Madass also continues to attract much attention from Australian consumers.

“The Madass is a unique mix of art, scooter and motorcycle and is available in a wide range of colours and a choice of 125cc or LA compliant 50cc engine variants” he stated.

Woodward expects the positive results to continue with the range set to expand in the year ahead. “The much anticipated X-Road, a 250cc supermotard, is set to be launched and will be available at through dealers within weeks.

“Add to that the continued demand for our existing models and the future looks very bright” concluded Woodward.

For further information on the Sachs Amici, Express, Madass or the upcoming launch of the X-Road please visit

CF Moto  Scooters, Motorcycles and ATV's So Far in 2010

Leading powersports manufacturer, CFMoto, has announced impressive sales growth following the release of the latest round of official sales data from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI).

The FCAI figures place the brands growth at over 400% from the same period last year following the introduction of a range of new models. Darren Woodward, the brands Australian brand manager, was pleased with the result.

“Although only new to the Australian market, CF Moto has been operating on a global scale for many years producing a range of high quality and well designed products.

“We anticipate sales growth to continue as we expand the CF Moto program even further in Australia” he stated. The push of new models was led by the introduction of the V5, a fully automatic cruiser.

“The V5 has proven to a very popular product, combining the looks of a full size cruiser with the easy operation of a twist and go automatic transmission.

“Being powered by a liquid cooled 250cc four stroke engine this model makes for the perfect commuter or learned motorcycle” said Woodward.
The latest FCAI results don’t include sales of CF Moto’s range of ATV and UTV vehicles which were only introduced at the end of reporting period.

CF Moto’s charge on the off road market is led by a pair of ATV’s and UTV’s. “CF Moto ATV’s and UTV’s are held very highly in international markets and we have very high expectations of the range.

“We have already set a number of demonstrator vehicles to work at field days around the country and the response from both the press and the public has been positive” he concluded.

The rapid expansion of CF Moto is set to continue with Woodward confirming that several new on road models are just weeks away from launch.

“We are particularly excited with the introduction of the Leader, a 150cc commuter bike, to the Australian market.

“This model brings together stylish sports design, smooth power and smart safety features into a very affordable commuter bike” said Woodward.

For more information on CF Moto in Australia please visit


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