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In 1991, the Chumedy Power Industrial manufacturing company was organized in Taiwan, which began the development and production of motorcycle engines for various purposes.
At this time, mass production of scooters, low-power mopeds began, for which CPI Motors developed a special engine with a volume of up to 50 cc.
Subsequently, the company began its own production of low-power motor vehicles, which are of good quality and relatively low price.
CPI motorcycles and scooters are equipped with two-stroke 50 cc engines, but for more powerful models, four-stroke engines are produced in the volume of 125, 150, 200, 250, 350 and 500 cc.
For their production, a separate enterprise has been organized, distinguished by the latest technology and high production culture, therefore CPI engines are distinguished not only by excellent technical characteristics, but also by modern design.
Already at the end of 2001, at the next motorcycle show in Milan, CPI Motors presented a hybrid model of a scooter and a motorcycle, which attracted everyone's attention with technical innovations and high quality standards.
Serial production of the CPI GTR 50 began in early 2003, and in the middle of the year the new product appeared on the European market, displacing the traditional models of Japanese manufacturers.
But for more advanced residents, much more sophisticated models of the most modern construction and design with a two-cylinder 125 cc engine are produced.
But appearance also plays a big role, especially for beginners and young bikers who like to show off.
For such an audience, the 50 cc CPI SM50 is intended, which is distinguished by high quality and originality of design solutions, which distinguishes the model from the total mass of transport.
The supermoto with a 250 cc four-stroke CPI SM250 engine showed full suitability for urban driving, distinguished by high dynamic performance and powerful brakes.
Like all dynamically developing companies, CPI does not stand still and is constantly improving the model line of its products.
One of the most recent developments is one of the lightest motorcycles in its class, a bike equipped with a two-stroke 50 cc engine.
It is produced in the urban version of the Supermoto enduro and as an extra-urban (dual-use) version of the Supercross.
There is also a utility motorcycle with a 200 cc four-stroke engine on the assembly line.
The company also paid attention to the increasingly popular ATVs with engines of 30 and 100 cc.
The quality of the engines produced by CPI Motors turned out to be so high that they are constantly installed on their motorcycles by such well-known world manufacturers as the Czech Jawa and the Turkish MZ.