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Dec 10

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preunit says:

First Chinese motorcycle enters TT

A WK650i

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  • Posted 2 years ago (15 January 2013 17:52)

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Mar 12

Posts: 1286

The Chinese are.....................

the biggest motorcycle manufacturers with 50% of all production Worldwide.

They also have the 2nd biggest home market in the World after India. with over 70m between them.

So, they probably don't give a monkeys what we think of their products.

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Dec 10

Posts: 11933

preunit says:

"don't give a monkeys what we think of their products"

true.....or our lawyers.

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Jan 13

Posts: 3

it's hard to blame which country made this motorcycle

I just read all above comments regarding the quality of imported chinese made motorbikes.

But the fact is you can still find Honda, Yamaha, those big brands are made in China this days. I even saw chinese parts on made in Japan ATVs.

When business man try to import cheap motorcycles, they will try to cut the cost as low as they can. It's price driven, you probably will see motorcycles made in other asia countries, if importers can find even cheaper bikes to compete with Chinese motorcycles.

I try to dig the manufacturer for WK650 and found the website This motorbike is actually designed by company called WK from UK.

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