The Bangkok Motor Show is as much about two-wheels as it will be about the four wheels love. Each year, we see some interesting bikes, displays, presentations and even the presenters. We thought of putting some of these photos to use starting this year here on The Clipping Point.
Honda has the largest presence in the Thai market dominating it by as much as a market share of 70-percent. Fellow Japanese brands Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha are also doing well with their own respective manufacturing operations as well.
For the import brands, BMW Motorrad, Ducati, KTM, MV Agusta, Harley Davidson are also well-represented.
Local brands like Stallion also show their latest offerings for the more budget conscious with accessory and parts makers showing their new products as well.
These may not be latest bikes at the show, but they are the ones we found most interesting to share with you.