In conjunction with KL Bike Week 2011, a convoy of more than 300 big bikes of various international brands travel in convoy from LANAI SENI, MATIC Jalan Ampang to NAZA Automall in Petaling Jaya. Heading the convoy is none other than YB Dato’ Seri Zahid Hamidi, the Minister of Defense who is in fact also the advisor of the Superbikers Association of Malaysia.
The group was greeted upon arrival by En. Zakaria Ismail, Director of Corporate Affairs and En. Nik Danial Nik Mahmood, Vice President of Two Wheel Division and the head of bike companies. During their visit to NAZA Automall, participants were served with an array of local delicacies including rojak, nasi lemak, char kuey teow and teh tarik.
The first KL Bike week was held in 2009 and NAZA has been a sponsor of the event ever since. As part of NAZA’s corporate responsibility, the Group is a strong supporter of local bike events which especially involve the community of big bike owners.
NAZA is the premier distributor of big bikes, as well as the market leader in the CBU big bikes segment; controlling almost 45% of the market share in Malaysia.
Brands under NAZA’s representation include Harley Davidson, Indian Motorcycles, Ducati and Aprilia. In addition, NAZA distributes several iconic scooter brands such as Vespa, Gilera and Piaggio, and some reconditioned major brands of Japanese bikes.
Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, Joint Group Executive Chairman of NAZA Group of Companies, stated: “As the premier distributor and the market leader in the big bikes market, NAZA is proud to once again be associated with KL Bike Week, which NAZA has supported from its very first event in 2009.
“Our range of internationally known products, supported by our able after-sales service has elevated NAZA to become the market leader in the CBU big bikes market controlling more than 45% market share.
“In 2012, NAZA is expecting another exciting year for the big bikes market in Malaysia; especially for NAZA as we are introducing more new models from the current brands in the stable.”