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  1. #1 Yingang 
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    Yingang may have a new model?

    That's a very logical application of a 250cc water cooled single.
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    I like this better then the Shineray….it just is more appealing to my taste. They seem to share the same frame design though these are just more cool looking to me.

    I think this bike and the naked street bike are great pair….
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    I hope these will make it to the US
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    Yeah, i like the red one!!
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    I think we discussed this before, but Massimo is no longer the distributor for yingang in the US. On the company's home page, the link to yingangusa is broken--I guess we will not see either bike in the US
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    It is hard not to want one of the YG250-NF particularly when you see them advertised for under $2,500.00 delivered.

    I wish that Yingang set up its own distribution system in the USA.

    Maybe they could partner with another company for distribution?

    But they really do have to improve the build quality, we know the bikes are dodgy. But Yingang is paying attention they are very good about that, new and improved parts have been sent out to owners in china.
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    They need $500,000.00 to invest, then they need to hire ten employees. In return they get margins on the sales and also a set of green cards for one Chinese family. If they invest one million American then two families get green cards and they then must hire twenty employees.

    The money is an investment and under federal laws entitles the investor to US citizenship, which includes their immediate family. .

    They could use that money to buy inventory and to also hire staff, it is their capital but must be held in a international fund trust in the USA.

    See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EB-5_visa
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    USD500,000 Thats a lot to bargein for what you guys think??
    and what will Honda require for investment....USD5,000,000??

    They could use that money to buy inventory and to also hire staff!!

    Now i see why few companies can toss that amount to..its tight business!
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    mmmm very nice

    just a little modifications on the brakes and tail light and also number plate make it most wanted offroad with LC engine

    i like this company ....

    @mjh : do they have any plane for bigger rims like 18/21
    and i wonder if u have more photos of this bike ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nima Naderi View Post
    mmmm very nice

    just a little modifications on the brakes and tail light and also number plate make it most wanted offroad with LC engine

    i like this company ....

    @mjh : do they have any plane for bigger rims like 18/21
    and i wonder if u have more photos of this bike ?
    I do not know....however Shineray has an off road version of that same engine.
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