Soon Hin Motors Pte Ltd – Motorcycle Shop in Singapore

Soon Hin Motors Pte Ltd motorcycle shop in Singapore is located within Yishun district, at 1018 Yishun Industrial Park A.

Founded in 1985, the company, operated by a team of riders themselves, is a one-stop shop for motorcycle sales, both used and new motorcycles, as well as motorcycle repairs, and accessories.

Additional services available at the shop include insurance renewals, accident claims, motorcycle towing, tyre sales (Timsun, Mitas, Michelin, Pirelli, etc), and motorcycle scrapping.

Soon Hin Motors Pte Ltd - Motorcycle Shop in Singapore.

Among the available brands at the outlet are, for example, Honda, Yamaha, Kymro, Kawasaki, KTM, Vespa, Ducati, and others.

You can see the motorcycle store‘s current range of new & used motorcycles for sale from their Sgbikemart online shopfront.

Soon Hin Motors Pte Ltd – Motorcycle Shop in Singapore
Blk 1018 Yishun Industrial Park A, #01-342
Singapore 768760
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30am-7:30pm, Saturday 9:30am-7pm

To learn more about Soon Hin Motors Pte Ltd motorcycle shop in Singapore, you can follow their official Facebook page at

Following the Facebook channel, you’ll stay updated on the latest new & used motorcycles for sale, special deals, and more.

Popular Motorcycles in Singapore – Soon Hin Motors Pte Ltd

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced rider, there are several popular options that might suit your preferences. Below are two good ones.

Yamaha Sniper 150: This motorcycle is perfect for those who crave speed and agility. The Yamaha Sniper 150 combines performance with a sleek design.

Strengths for Yamaha Sniper 150 include great handling, fuel-efficiency, while some of the weaknesses are outdated style design and a lack of under-seat storage and some essential safety features.

KTM Duke 200: The KTM Duke 200 boasts cool style and impressive performance. It’s a head-turner on the streets.

For strengths, the motorcycle has a great style and performance plus comfortability provided by design.

Weaknesses, meanwhile, include heating up easily in traffic-heavy situations and a design that may not be comfortable for large riders.

For Class 2A motorcycles, which are suitable for intermediate riders, brands like KTM and Honda dominate the Singaporean market.

Their models offer a blend of performance, comfort, and reliability. If you’re a beginner, the Honda CB190R is a popular choice due to its affordability, ease of learning, good mileage, and appealing aesthetics.