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  1. 1. World Motorcycles (including Electric Bicycles & Mopeds)Published:SeptemberNo.Of Pages:406Price:US $ 6100Report SummaryGlobal demand to approach 120 million units in 2015World demand for motorcycles powered by internal combustion engines (ICEs) andelectric motors (“e-cycles”) will grow 6.3 percent annually through 2015 to 119million units, reflecting both the expected rebound in the developed “triad” markets(the US, Western Europe and Japan) and continued increases in demand inemerging markets. Sales revenues will expand strongly as well, increasing 8.3percent annually to $66 billion in 2015 as the triad markets return to economichealth.Motorcycles powered by ICEs, the most dominant segment worldwide, willexperience slower growth than e-cycles, expanding 5.9 percent annually to 80million vehicles in 2015. Growth will be constrained by aging populations in triadmarkets, the continued transition of key emerging markets away from motorcyclesto light vehicles, and the rising efforts by governments to limit ICE motorcycle usein urban areas.E-cycles” to maintain prominence in ChinaElectric-powered cycles have risen to prominence due to their explosive growth inChina, which in 2010 represented 93 percent of the total global market for thesetypes. Electric cycles will register stronger growth than ICE motorcycles, but from asmaller unit base. They trade off lower performance against cheaper pricescompared to ICE motorcycles. Beside lower purchase prices, sales of battery-powered two-wheelers will be driven by their low cost of operation, more user-friendly operation and lack of harmful emissions.ICE motorcycles to remain dominant worldwideICE motorcycles will remain dominant throughout the forecast period, with lightmotorcycles -- which offer greater power and better performance than manyscooters, mopeds and motorbikes, but have lower price tags and are less expensiveto operate than medium and heavy motorcycles -- outselling other ICE producttypes to maintain their position as the largest single segment in terms of unitvolume in the motorcycle market. The North American market will experience thestrongest growth through 2015 as the US begins to regain some of the ICEmotorcycle volume lost during the “Great Recession” and sees additional e-cycle
  2. 2. growth. Absent of US rebound effects, the fastest-growing market will be theAfrica/Mideast region based on its rapidly expanding population and rising incomelevels. The third fastest-growing region is projected to be Eastern Europe, whichwill expand from a small base. Population increases and higher standards of livingwill also stimulate demand in the Asia/Pacific region, which will post the fourthstrongest gains, followed by Central and South America. The Chinese motorcyclemarket -- by far the largest worldwide -- is maturing as incomes rise, a legitimateused car market takes shape, and increasing numbers of cities ban both ICEmachines and e-cycles.Product demand will expand at a more moderate rate in developed countriesbeyond the US, where light vehicles are the primary form of personaltransportation, and motorcycles are generally considered to be luxury goods usedfor recreational purposes. Nevertheless, high energy prices, city center congestion(especially in Western Europe) and personal income growth will provide somemomentum to motorcycle sales advances in these areas.Table of ContentsINTRODUCTIONI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYII. MARKET ENVIRONMENTGeneralWorld Economic OverviewRecent Historical TrendsWorld Economic OutlookWorld Demographic OverviewPopulationUrban PopulationWorld Personal Income TrendsWorld Light Vehicle OverviewLight Vehicle ProductionLight Vehicle DemandLegal & Regulatory IssuesRestrictions on Motorcycle UseRider SafetyExhaust EmissionsPricing PatternsTechnological TrendsICE Motorcycle InnovationsElectric Cycle InnovationsIII. OVERVIEWGeneralTwo Market Models: Developed Versus Emerging
  3. 3. Historical Context: Japan in the 1950sForecast Model InputsIncome DistributionAge & DemographicsClimateSafetyOther FactorsModel Fit & ImplementationRegional OverviewMotorcycle Demand by UnitMotorcycle Demand by ValueMotorcycles in UseMotorcycle ProductionInternational TradeDemand by TypeInternal Combustion Engine MotorcyclesScooters, Mopeds & MotorbikesLight MotorcyclesMedium/Heavy MotorcyclesElectric MotorcyclesIV. NORTH AMERICAGeneralMotorcycle Supply & DemandMotorcycle Outlook & SuppliersUnited StatesCanadaMexicoV. WESTERN EUROPEGeneralMotorcycle Supply & DemandMotorcycle Outlook & SuppliersItalyFranceGermanySpainUnited KingdomOther Western EuropeVI. ASIA/PACIFICGeneral
  4. 4. Motorcycle Supply & DemandMotorcycle Outlook & SuppliersChinaIndiaIndonesiaVietnamThailandPakistanJapanPhilippinesTaiwanMalaysiaSouth KoreaOther Asia/PacificVII. OTHER REGIONSCentral & South AmericaMotorcycle Supply & DemandMotorcycle Outlook & SuppliersBrazilArgentinaOther Central & South AmericaEastern EuropeMotorcycle Supply & DemandMotorcycle Outlook & SuppliersAfrica/MideastMotorcycle Supply & DemandMotorcycle Outlook & SuppliersNigeriaOther Africa/MideastVIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTUREGeneralIndustry CompositionMarket ShareCompetitive StrategiesIndustry Globalization TrendsResearch & New Product DevelopmentManufacturingMarketing & DistributionCooperative AgreementsMergers & AcquisitionsCompany ProfilesBajaj Auto LimitedBayerische Motoren Werke AGBenelli, see Zhejiang Qianjiang MotorcycleBig Dog Motorcycles LLC
  5. 5. China Jialing Industrial Company LimitedChongqing Jianshe Motorcycle Company LimitedChongqing Lifan Industry Group Company LimitedChongqing Loncin Industry Group Company LimitedDachangjiang Group Company LimitedDaelim Industrial Company LimitedDafra da Amazonia Industria e Comercio de MotocicletasLimitadaDucati Motor Holding SpAEicher Motors LimitedGiant Manufacturing Company LimitedGuangzhou Motors Group Company LimitedGuangzhou Tianma Group Tianma Motorcycle CompanyLimitedHaojue Suzuki Motorcycle Changzhou, see DachangjiangGroup and Suzuki MotorHarley-Davidson IncorporatedHICOM-Yamaha Manufacturing Malaysia, see HongLeong Industries and Yamaha MotorHonda Motor Company LimitedHong Leong Industries BerhadHong Leong Yamaha Motor, see Hong Leong Industriesand Yamaha MotorHusqvarna Motorcycles, see Bayerische Motoren WerkeIndian Motorcycle, see Polaris IndustriesJinan Qingqi Motorcycle Company LimitedJincheng CorporationKawai Motor Industry Guangzhou, see Luoyang NorthernEnterprises GroupKawasaki Heavy Industries LimitedKTM Power Sports AGKwang Yang Motor Company LimitedLuoyang Northern Enterprises Group Company LimitedMV Agusta Motor SpANanjing Jincheng Motorcycle, see Jincheng and SuzukiMotorPeugeot SAPiaggio & Company SpAPolaris Industries IncorporatedS&T Motors Company LimitedSanyang Industry Company LimitedSuzuki Motor CorporationSuzuki Motorcycle R&D, see Dachangjiang Group andSuzuki MotorTriumph Motorcycles LimitedTVS Motor Company LimitedYamaha Motor Company Limited
  6. 6. Yamaha Motor Vietnam, see Hong Leong Industries andYamaha MotorZhejiang Qianjiang Motorcycle Company LimitedZongshen Industrial Group Company LimitedOther Companies Mentioned in StudyLIST OF TABLESSECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary TableSECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region2 World Population by Region3 World Urban Population by Region4 World Per Capita GDP by Region5 World Light Vehicle Production by Region6 World Light Vehicle Demand by Region7 Weighted-Average Motorcycle Pricing by RegionSECTION III -- OVERVIEW1 World Motorcycle Unit Demand by Region2 World Motorcycle Revenue by Region3 World Motorcycles in Use by Region4 World Motorcycle Production by Region5 World Motorcycle Net Exports by Region6 World Motorcycle Demand by Engine Type7 World Internal Combustion Engine Motorcycle Demand by Type & Region8 World Electric Motorcycle Demand by Type & RegionSECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA1 North America: Motorcycle Supply & Demand2 North America: Motorcycle Demand by Type3 United States: Motorcycle Supply & Demand4 United States: Motorcycle Demand by Type5 Canada: Motorcycle Supply & Demand6 Canada: Motorcycle Demand by Type7 Mexico: Motorcycle Supply & Demand8 Mexico: Motorcycle Demand by TypeSECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE1 Western Europe: Motorcycle Supply & Demand2 Western Europe: Motorcycle Demand by Type3 Italy: Motorcycle Supply & Demand4 Italy: Motorcycle Demand by Type5 France: Motorcycle Supply & Demand
  7. 7. 6 France: Motorcycle Demand by Type7 Germany: Motorcycle Supply & Demand8 Germany: Motorcycle Demand by Type9 Spain: Motorcycle Supply & Demand10 Spain: Motorcycle Demand by Type11 United Kingdom: Motorcycle Supply & Demand12 United Kingdom: Motorcycle Demand by Type13 Other Western Europe: Motorcycle Supply & Demand14 Other Western Europe: Motorcycle Demand by TypeSECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC1 Asia/Pacific: Motorcycle Supply & Demand2 Asia/Pacific: Motorcycle Demand by Type3 China: Motorcycle Supply & Demand4 China: Motorcycle Demand by Type5 India: Motorcycle Supply & Demand6 India: Motorcycle Demand by Type7 Indonesia: Motorcycle Supply & Demand8 Indonesia: Motorcycle Demand by Type9 Vietnam: Motorcycle Supply & Demand10 Vietnam: Motorcycle Demand by Type11 Thailand: Motorcycle Supply & Demand12 Thailand: Motorcycle Demand by Type13 Pakistan: Motorcycle Supply & Demand14 Pakistan: Motorcycle Demand by Type15 Japan: Motorcycle Supply & Demand16 Japan: Motorcycle Demand by Type17 Philippines: Motorcycle Supply & Demand18 Philippines: Motorcycle Demand by Type19 Taiwan: Motorcycle Supply & Demand20 Taiwan: Motorcycle Demand by Type21 Malaysia: Motorcycle Supply & Demand22 Malaysia: Motorcycle Demand by Type23 South Korea: Motorcycle Supply & Demand24 South Korea: Motorcycle Demand by Type25 Other Asia/Pacific: Motorcycle Supply & Demand26 Other Asia/Pacific: Motorcycle Demand by TypeSECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS1 Central & South America: Motorcycle Supply & Demand2 Central & South America: Motorcycle Demand by Type3 Brazil: Motorcycle Supply & Demand4 Brazil: Motorcycle Demand by Type5 Argentina: Motorcycle Supply & Demand6 Argentina: Motorcycle Demand by Type7 Other Central & South America: Motorcycle Supply & Demand8 Other Central & South America: Motorcycle Demand by Type
  8. 8. 9 Eastern Europe: Motorcycle Supply & Demand10 Eastern Europe: Motorcycle Demand by Type11 Africa/Mideast: Motorcycle Supply & Demand12 Africa/Mideast: Motorcycle Demand by Type13 Nigeria: Motorcycle Supply & Demand14 Nigeria: Motorcycle Demand by Type15 Other Africa/Mideast: Motorcycle Supply & Demand16 Other Africa/Mideast: Motorcycle Demand by TypeSECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 Motorcycle Sales by Company, 20102 Selected Cooperative AgreementsLIST OF CHARTSSECTION III -- OVERVIEW1 Motorcycle Versus Passenger Car Sales Trends in Japan, 1950 to 20002 Ratio of Motorcycle to Passenger Car Sales in Japan, 1950 to 20003 Relationship of Per Capita GDP to Relative Motorcycle Sales Dominance in Japan,1950 to 19704 Gini Coefficient Assessment of Income Distribution5 Median Age of Populations in Selected Countries, 20106 Comparison of Per Capita GDP & Motorcycle Sales Dominance7 Typical Motorcycle Market Transition Points for Selected Countries, 20108 World Motorcycle Demand by Country, 2010SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 World Motorcycle Market Share, 20102 World Motorcycle Industry Breakdown by Units, Revenues & Profits, 20103 World Motorcycle Industry Minimum Efficient Scale Analysis, 2010About Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 100,000+ market research reports andin-depth market research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. Weprovide 24/7 online and offline support to our customers. Get in touch with us foryour needs of market research reports.Follow us on Twitter: Facebook Page:
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