World Class Manufacturing and Engineering
Zongshen Motorcycles, a division of Zongshen Industrial Group in Chongqing, China, is one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in China producing over 1,000,000 motorcycles and 4,000,000 motorcycle engines annually.
Zongshen is proud to have earned ISO9001 (QA), ISO14001 (Environmental Management), ISO18001 (OSHA) Certifications as well as numerous R&D awards and patents.
A believer in vertical integration, Zongshen manufactures most of their own parts, as well as parts for Harley-Davidson, Piaggio, BMW and Vespa.
Recent R&D and design has focused on the world market with their new Cyclone brand of premium motorcycles and their recent innovations have been received with accolades wherever they have been introduced around the world.
Like the Lexus brand by Toyota, the Cyclone brand by Zongshen are examples of first-world design, styling, engineering and quality at an extraordinary bang-for-the-buck value.
With the Cyclone RX3, RA1 and RC3 Dominican motorcyclists no longer have to pay a premium price to ride a premium bike.
“In 1959 we laughed at the small-displacement step-throughs Honda brought to America. It didn’t take Soichiro long, though, to establish Honda as the world leader in motorcycle production.
The moto world has been scoffing at motorcycles from China, Taiwan and other Pacific Rim Asian countries for years now. Maybe it’s time we stopped.
The reason behind the arrest is the soon-to-be-available 2015 Zongshen Cyclone RX-3, a motorcycle with a quality of construction, fit and finish to rival bikes from Japan.”Tom Roderick
“To say I was impressed (by my first factory visit) would be an understatement. These guys clearly had their act together, and they had everything a modern manufacturing facility should have.
I don’t say this lightly.
I teach advanced manufacturing methods at the California Polytechnic University, I’ve written several books in this area, and I teach modern manufacturing methods to U.S. and international clients.
All that notwithstanding, I felt the guys in Chongqing could teach me. I was that impressed.”Joe Berk