DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Sale,
Maintenance and Repair of Motorcycles and Parts in South Africa 2019”

report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s
offering.

This report covers the sale, maintenance and repair of motorcycles and
parts, and the factors influencing the sector’s success, including the
growing delivery sector.

While there are no local manufacturers, the report includes
comprehensive profiles of 18 companies including importers of major
international brands such as BMW, Honda, KMSA Distributors (Kawasaki),
Suzuki and Tuning Fork (Yamaha).

Profiled companies that sell parts or service motorcycles include Max
Motorcycle Parts, Triumph, which was appointed as the local Triumph
motorcycle distributor last year, and Fire It Up, which was recently
awarded the official importer rights for MV Agusta.

Sale, Maintenance and Repair of Motorcycles & Parts

The South African motorcycle sector continues to experience declining
sales as the weakening rand has caused the cost of bikes to double in
the past two years and as economic conditions restrained consumer
spending.

Revenue of members of the Association of Motorcycle Importers and
Distributors was approximately R1.42bn in 2018, down from R1.57bn in
2017. The number of registered motorcycles was 15,359 in 2018 compared
to 23,304 in 2015. There are no local manufacturers, and all units and
parts are imported.

Room for Growth

While the motorcycle industry is growing in other emerging markets,
local sales are declining, as are the number of industry participants.

South Africa does not have a large number of people who commute by bike,
and sales are predominantly commercial (delivery) and leisure at the
high end. However, sales of small motorcycles under 500cc grew by 12.5%
in 2018 in line with the growth of the fast food delivery sector which
uses small bikes for deliveries, and this growth is set to increase.

Key Topics Covered

1. Introduction

2. Description of the Industry
2.1. Industry Value
Chain
2.2. Geographic Position

3. Size of the Industry

4. State of the Industry
4.1. Local
4.1.1.
Corporate Actions
4.1.2. Regulations
4.1.3. Enterprise
Development and Social Economic Development
4.2. Continental
4.3.
International

5. Influencing Factors
5.1. Economic Environment
5.2.
Rising Operating Costs
5.3. Technology, Research & Development
(R&D) and Innovation
5.4. Labour
5.5. Cyclicality
5.6.
Environmental Concerns

6. Competition
6.1. Barriers To Entry

7. SWOT Analysis

8. Outlook

9. Industry Associations

10. References
10.1. Publications
10.2.
Websites

Company Profiles

  • BMW (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd
  • C Deysel
  • Combined Motor Holdings Ltd
  • Fire It Up cc
  • Harley-Davidson Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Honda Motor Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Husqvarna Motorcycles SA (Pty) Ltd
  • Kmsa Distributors (Pty) Ltd
  • Ktm Motorcycles SA (Pty) Ltd
  • Max Motorcycle Parts SA (Pty) Ltd
  • Moto Uno Racing cc
  • Rodeo Drive Cars (Pty) Ltd
  • Smith Mining Equipment (Pty) Ltd
  • Southern African Motorcycles (Pty) Ltd
  • Suzuki Auto South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Triumph South Africa (Pty) Ltd
  • Tuning Fork (Pty) Ltd
  • V – Two Cycles cc

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