After the second world war,
there was a steep rise in Singapore's economy and population.
This contributed to the rise in demand of motorcycles and scooters which were considered cheap and convenient means of transportation.
By the 1970s,
over 200 motorcycle and scooter shops existed, either importing their vehicles directly from manufacturers or exporting spare parts into neighboring countries.
With rising competition within the industry, authorities imposed various regulations,
Looking to represent the industry, our forerunners founded the Association 30 years ago with 3 key objectives.
To foster friendship and procure affection and co-operation among its members
To study the motorcycle trade, promote prosperity, perform acts or deeds beneficial to its members
To effectively advance national transport systems