A new name is entering the Malaysian motorcycle market in 2018, GPX Racing, originating from Thailand. Established as a brand in 2007, production of GPX Racing motorcycles started in 2009.

With the construction of a production facility in Prachauthit, Thailand, GPX Racing has now expanded to not only Malaysia, but Cambodia, Philippines and Singapore. For the local market, GPX Racing is represented by Bike Continent, which is based in Johor Bahru, Johor.

Two models will be released in Malaysia in the coming year, the Gentleman 200 and Demon 150-GN, styled as a cafe racer and naked mini bike, respectively. The Gentleman 200 is powered by a 197 cc, four-stroke single, while the Demon 150-GN uses a 149 cc, four-stroke single.

These two models will be the first release in the Malaysian market, and are currently undergoing homologation and approval testing. GPX Racing also recently released the Demon 150-GR, a fully-faired sports bike using the same engine as the 150-GN.

Pricing for the 2018 GPX Racing Gentleman 200 is said to be around RM11,000, while the Demon 150-GN will retail for approximately RM8,000. However, final pricing will be determined when the two Thai machines are released in the first quarter of next year.

GALLERY: 2018 GPX Racing Gentleman 200

GALLERY: 2018 GPC Racing Demon 150-GN