The 2016 Singapore Bike Show Roundup

MV Agusta Brutale Dragster RR LH44, a nod if you can get that in full the first time

Other bikes that caught my eye included but were not limited to:

Triumph Thruxton R, Classic Cafe Racer fully assembled, no dodgy garage DIY needed


Modern by all standards, classic by design

So there were only a handful of motorcycle dealers displaying motorcycles (and scooters). A good share of the display was shared bicycles (not my thing but fine), products and services and insurance (non motorcycle related seriously??).

Having taken my rounds, I left feeling like a kid leaving a candy store empty handed but at the same time acknowledged that the poor economy had a hand to play in this, with the slow market making dealers conservative and hesitant to join the exhibition. Pity, when the market is rich with new launches due and extremely rider friendly machines. Let’s hope things pick up and make next year’s Bike Show more exciting.

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