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Zongshen
Chongqing Zongshen Power Machinery Company
Native name
宗申
Traded as SZSE: 001696
Industry Transportation
Founded 1992
Founder Zuo Zongshen
Headquarters Chongqing, China
Products Motorcycles, scooters, quads
Production output
1,000,000+ motorcycles annually (claimed)
Number of employees
18,000
Website www.zongshenmotor.com
A Zongshen ZS 200 GS

In the Chinese motorcycle industry Zongshen (Chinese: 宗申) is a Chinese company producing motorcycles, quad bikes, generators and engines, based in Chongqing, China. It claims to have a yearly output of over 1,000,000 motorcycles.

Zongshen Chongqing is the original manufacturer of Zongshen 200 GS and Zongshen 250 GS.

History[edit]

Zuo Zongshen, who had grown up in poverty, founded the Zongshen company in 1992. Today, the Zongshen Group consists of 52 wholly owned or part owned subsidiary companies. The Zongshen group has over 18,000 employees, and the total assets or worth over 4 billion yuan. It is one of the five largest motorcycle manufacturers in China.[1] They are presently in partnerships with Harley Davidson and Piaggio.[1]

In 2006, founder Zuo Zongshen was profiled in the Discovery Channel and CBC co-produced documentary China Rises as a member of China's nouveau riche.[2]

In 2007, Zongshen invested CNY300 million into a new research and development centre in Chongqing, as part of their "Cyclone" program. The program is designed is produce unique technology and designs for Zongshen's new models, and differentiate the brand from a competitive environment of almost identical models.[3]

In 2012, Zongshen exported roughly 30% of its motorcycle production. It re-brands its products in many countries and its products can be seen in the lines of many retailers and distributors in the United Kingdom, Spain, Belarus, Russia, Argentina, Columbia, and Brazil.[4]

Zongshen Group also owns Zongshen PEM, a Canadian subsidiary registered in Vancoubver that sells motorcycles, e-bikes and electric scooters to the North American market.

Models[edit]

Zongshen models include:

KD50QT-4[edit]

Zongshen/Kangda Pexma KD50QT-4 is a four-stroke, single-cylinder city-scooter, with an engine displacement of 50 cc.

Specifications[edit]

  • Engine type: four-stroke, one-cylinder, air-cooled, OHC, two valves.
  • Displacement: 49,7 cc
  • Horsepower: 3,4 Bhp (2,5 kW)
  • Fuel economy: 54 km/l

Zongshen ZS 150 GY|ZS 150 GY[edit]

Zongshen/ZS 150 GY is a four-stroke, single-cylinder street legal supermoto, with an engine displacement of 150 cc.

Zongshen Racing[edit]

Zongshen Racing's team truck
Zongshen Racing's pit garage
Zongshen Racing's riders' names

Zongshen races in various motorcycle championships under the guise of China Zongshen Racing. It is a major competitor in the China Superbike Championship, winning the riders' titles in 2007 and 2008. In 2002, Zongshen team of China took the 2 first places of the world endurance championship with the French coach; "Michel MARQUETON" In 2003, The Zongshen team took the 5 first races of the world endurance championship with the same coach but finished the championship in 2nd place [5]

Zongshen have also won several FIM E-motorcycle championships (also known as the TTXGP) in recent years, competing against well-funded teams from around the world. While many of the critical parts of Zongshen's electric motorcycle are not strictly produced by Zongshen, they maintain that they developed the motorcycle in-house.[6] The racing e-motorcycle that Zongshen used to win the 2013 TTXGP is powered by a Yasa-750 electric motor.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Zongshen main site
  2. ^ China Rises, CBC 
  3. ^ Hamilton, Jeremy. "Zongshen’s TTXGP strategy: Following Honda’s Road to Global Success?". ChinaMotorRider. Retrieved 25 May 2015. 
  4. ^ Hamilton, Jeremy. "Zongshen Motorcycles: Company profile". ChinaMotorRider. Retrieved 25 May 2015. 
  5. ^ http://www.fim.ch, www.bike70.com
  6. ^ "TTXGP Holland Station, China Zongshen Racing Team again won the Runner-up and Second Runner-up". China E-vehicle. China E-vehicle. Retrieved 25 May 2015. 
  7. ^ Herron, David. "Zonghshen Racing has a new ride - w/ Yasa motor". Electric Race News. Retrieved 25 May 2015. 

External links[edit]


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Vancouver Sun (blog)

Vancouver Sun (blog)
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 09:52:30 -0700

But it seems that Zongshen's plans go well beyond what was originally portrayed in the story. After the story went to bed I received a rough translation of a media statement Li Yao, the executive vice-president of Zongshen Industrial Group gave ...
 
Nanaimo Daily News
Fri, 19 Jun 2015 02:33:45 -0700

Harbour Air has entered into a strategic partnership with China's Zongshen Group to export the seaplane commuter service to major cities throughout China. The Zongshen Group has acquired 49 per cent ownership of Harbour Air, which offers service ...

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Mon, 22 Jun 2015 18:57:58 -0700

Harbour Air Seaplanes (H3, Vancouver Coal Harbour) has entered into a strategic partnership with China's Zongshen Industrial Group Co., Ltd. to export the Canadian operator's seaplane services to major cities throughout China. As part of the agreement, ...

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Pueblo en linea
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 00:52:30 -0700

CHONGQING, 17 jun (Xinhua) -- El Grupo Industrial Zongshen, fabricante chino de motocicletas y generadores, comprará un 49 por ciento de acciones de Harbor Air Seaplanes (HAS, en sus siglas inglesas) de Canadá en una transacción que será ...

新华网

新华网
Tue, 16 Jun 2015 22:15:00 -0700

CHONGQING, 17 juin (Xinhua) -- Le fabricant chinois de motos et de générateurs Zongshen Industrial Group acquerra 49% des actions de la société canadienne Harbor Air Seaplanes (HAS), a déclaré mardi Zongshen, basé dans la municipalité de ...
 
Houston Today
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 12:21:30 -0700

The airline says in a news release that says Zongshen Group Co. Ltd., founded and run by billionaire Zuo Zongshen, has acquired a minority share of its company. HarbourAir says China recently opened the door to low-altitude commercial flights, making ...
 
Shanghai Daily (subscription)
Wed, 24 Jun 2015 04:06:36 -0700

"We are glad about the deal and are looking forward to establishing our base in South Africa and then expand to other countries in the region," said David Wang, Sales Manager of Zongshen. Wang also confirmed that they got a lot of business promises ...

Business in Vancouver

Business in Vancouver
Fri, 19 Jun 2015 13:15:00 -0700

It continued with Harbour Air's announced strategic partnership with China's Zongshen Industrial Group to export its seaplane commuter service and expertise to major cities in the Asian economic superpower. Further evidence that B.C. has far more to ...
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