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  • CIMAMotor Revisited | China’s Motorcycle Show

    CIMAMotor Revisited | China’s Motorcycle Show

    Investigating China’s Motorcycling Future

    When Andy Warhol rendered Mao Zedong as a Pop Art icon, he foreshadowed the change that made cultural boundaries obsolete. My previous article ("The Great Leap Forward: China becomes a global motorcycle power," Ultimate MotorCycling April 2011), suggested that China is a primary force of change in the two-wheel world.


  • Chinese Motorcycle Industry: A Way Forward

    Chinese Motorcycle Industry: A Way Forward

    Chongqing Motorcycle Industry Council Talks Merging

    Last Christmas I tentatively hosted a gathering of the luminaries and minions of the Chongqing motorcycle industry. The meeting, at my house, was a success as most attendees agreed that they were facing the same problems as each other when considering the future direction of the industry.


  • CIMA Motor 2011: China’s Green Future

    CIMA Motor 2011: China’s Green Future

    2011 China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition

    China was considered until recently a "developing nation," as China’s former Ambassador to the United States, Zhang Yesui, pointed out in a recent interview with the respected Charlie Rose on American television.


  • CIMA Motor 2011: China & Asia’s Largest Motorcycle Fair

    CIMA Motor 2011: China & Asia’s Largest Motorcycle Fair

    2011 China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition

    With almost 100 million active motorcyclists, China makes a strong case as the world’s number one market.

    The 10th China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition, better known as CIMA Motor 2011, is the largest motorcycle exhibition in Asia. It will take place October 13-16 in Chongqing.


  • EICMA Motorcycle Show Opens to Public

    EICMA Motorcycle Show Opens to Public

    2011 Motorcycles

    Finally, the Milan EICMA 2010 Bike and Motorcycle Show welcomes visitors after two action-packed days dedicated exclusively to the motorcycle industry and press representatives.

    Thousands of people are expected to crowd the Italian motorcycle show pavilions and it is projected that a new attendance record might be set.


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