From time to time we do have news of events and projects not only at Royal Alloy, but from around the world that could be found interesting....
The very first time the Tigara Grande is shown to the public anywhere in the World was at the EICMA Show in Milan commencing 5th November 2019.
Despite New Zealand having only a small scooter market, it is predominantly a 'premium' product market - perfect for Royal Alloy!
As such, the first model to launch there will be the awesome GP300S, perfect for New Zealand!
See the New Zealand website here.
The Royal Alloy GT and GP ranges have finally reached the Australian shores....
Next... The TG Series will joiin the other Royal Alloy series in September, it will not be too long before Royal Alloy is the leading scooter brand in Australia!
See the Australian website here.
The Royal Alloy GP 300 S has been as important to scootering kind as the race to be the first man on the moon. A good looking 300cc retro rival to the modern rally workhorse Vespa GTS was always going to put bums on seats. 16th Jan 2020
See the full review here.
The Tigara Grande, the three TBS Scooters and the GP300 ALL found themselves to be a hit with the French visitors to the show in February. For those who don't know, the Salon du 2 Roues is probably the second largest show in Europe after EICMA!
The first and second consignments have arrived in Jakarta and are enjoying an immediate success!
With a third consignment about to leave the factory , Royal Alloy is proving to be a rather desireable mode of transport!
Imagine the response to Royal Alloy at the next Indonesian Exhibition..
Exciting times ahead for the 'Mod' culture of Singapore! Not only have we managed to secure a business partnership in Singapore - but we have managed to team up with probably the most professional energetic Automotive company in Singapore.
Watch this news page to see the latest developments!
The Philippines is a Mecca for Scooter enthusiasts - a country that is the ideal habitat for a 'Real Classic'....
From a small seed, a large oak will grow - follow the trail of the Philippine Team here.