Wow Biggest Motorcycle Exhibition Held in Indonesia Ready

Biggest Motorcycle Exhibition Held in Indonesia Ready
Biggest motor show in Indonesia, Jakarta Motorcycle Show (JMCS) will be held again this year. In the event brands from Europe and the U.S. will be combined with motorcycle brands from Asia.

Performances will be held on 31 October to 4 November 2012 at the Assembly Hall and Main Lobby, Jakarta Convention Center was organized by the Indonesian Motorcycle Industry Association (AISI) using land more than 8,000 square meters.

In addition to motorcycle brands from Asia like Honda, TVS, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha, will also attend European brands such as Ducati, KTM and Husqvarna brand motorcycles and America, Victory.

Moreover, 30 companies supporting industries such as helmets and accessories will help to enliven the exhibition JMCS 2012 that will last for 5 days.

In JMCS 2012, the Agent licensee (APM) is likely to show the latest bikes and motorcycles in their concept of the biennial event. There are also several educational programs such as Safety Riding Course, where visitors will get direct guidance from professionals on how to drive properly. Various

Other programs are also ready to pamper loyal visitors JMCS 2012 as Test Ride, Blood Donation, Helmet Promo Offers and Best Stand program.

JMCS this year's theme of "Think Green, Act Safely". The themes raised focus on increasing awareness of motorists in traffic discipline, which in turn can increase the safety of motorists and minimize ecological harm and reduce environmental damage.

Based on the record AISI, total motorcycle sales in Indonesia in 2011 mencapa 8,012,540 units. AISI target until the end of 2012, growth rose sekitr 10-12% or 8.3 million units.

Currently, Indonesia is ASEAN's largest country's first motorcycle in vehicle sales, and the third after China and India. AISI also targeted in 2013, Indonesian motorcycle market could break the 10 million.


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