Didi Resources Sdn Bhd

New Royal Enfield Flagship Store located within The Gasket Alley, PJ, officially opens its doors.


Aprilia SR GT adventure-styled scooter finally hits our shores, commanding a base price of RM19,900.


Didi Resources Sdn Bhd expands local Aprilia line up with new Tuareg 660 middleweight off-road adventure bike priced from RM75,900 onwards.


Lightly refreshed 2022 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory is now available in Malaysia from RM169,900, packs 217HP, GP-style aero and increased torque.


  • Naza Premira Sdn. Bhd. will cease Vespa operations.

  • The move takes effect from 1st January 2020.

  • They will continue to provide services for the brand until 31st December 2019.

Naza Premira Sdn. Bhd. announced that they will cease operations for the Vespa brand with effect from 1st January 2020.

The news was confirmed by Group Executive Chairman & Group CEO of Naza Corporation Holdings Sdn. Bhd., SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin.

“Since July, the Naza Group and Piaggio Group have been in mutual discussion with regards to the separation. We thank the Piaggio Group for our nine-year partnership and wish them all the best with their new partner.”

He added that letting the brand go was due to the corporation reassessing and strengthening their operations.

The company will continue to provide vehicle service, parts, warranty and aftersales service until 31st December 2019.

Although the news may come as no surprise to some, executives from the Piaggio Group had brushed aside the question on many occasions prior to this. The last such instance was during the Moto Guzzi V85TT Asia Pacific Media Launch in May 2019 which took place in Thailand.

As for the future distributor, it is expected that Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd. will take over the operations. This in view of them already being the custodians of two other Piaggio Group brands namely Moto Guzzi and Aprilia.

Stay tuned for further news.

  • You can now own your dream bike through the Moto Guzzi Ride-Now-Pay-Later promotion.

  • The promotion period is from 15th June to 31st August 2019.

  • You can ride a new Guzzi for free up to 6 months.

Ever dreamed about owning your own Moto Guzzi? Well, now you can with the Moto Guzzi Ride-Now-Pay-Later campaign.

Moto Guzzi Malaysia, through the official Malaysian distributor Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd. offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ride away with that Guzzi you’ve been lusting after.

Those eligible can ride a Moto Guzzi motorcycle absolutely free for up to 6 months. That sounds like a great way to ride the bike to your favourite destinations with the money saved. Terms and conditions apply, of course.

The brand offers premium modern classic Italian bikes ranging from standards to café racers to the latest V85TT dual-sport (although not included in the promotion) model.

This special promotion is effect from 15th June to 31st August 2019. The motorcycle must be registered by 31st August 2019.

Participating dealers are as follows:

  • Welly World Cycle 2135, Jalan 3/1, Batu 13 1/2, 47000 Bandar Baru Sungai Buloh, Selangor, 012-9412322
  • Stronghold Cycles @ The Gasket AlleyLot 15, 13, Jalan 13/6, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, 016-3738656
  • Sheng Fatt Motor Sdn. Bhd.No 24, Jalan Dato Keramat, 10150 George Town, Pulau Pinang, 012-4018932
  • Soon Hin Co.A-139 & A-141, Jalan Beserah, Kuantan, Taman Seaview, 25300 Kuantan, Pahang, 016-9350055
  • Didi Resources launched the 2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory today.

  • It’s the most powerful normally-aspirated and non-race homologation superbike.

  • It’s also the lightest of the lot.

Didi Resources launched the 2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory today. The price is from RM 159,900 but Didi Resources will include the optional carbon fibre front brake ducts worth RM 4,000 for the first batch of buyers.

While eyes are on another Italian bike, the 2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory promises to be even faster and focused on outright performance.

But rather than bore you with a long write-up, here are ten things you should know about this bike.

1. 10th Year of the RSV4

The 2019 RSV4 1100 Factory actually commemorates the 10th year of the Aprilia RSV4. The 2009 bike won a number of accolades including Best Sportbike of the year not only for its power and performance but also the groundbreaking APRC (Aprilia Performance Ride Control) electronic suite.

2. Most powerful sportbike

The RSV1100 Factory is 100cc up from previous models. The 1078cc 65-degree V-Four powerplant sees the increase of 16 hp and 6.8 Nm to 217 hp at 13,200 RPM and 122 Nm of torque at 11,000 RPM. That makes it the most powerful normally-aspirated and also non-homologation special sportbike.

3. New APRC package

The APRC rider aid package has been expanded to include extra features to rein in those 217 horses. Together, they are Aprilia Traction Control (ATC), Aprilia Wheelie Control (AWC), Aprilia Launch Control (ALC), Aprilia Quick Shift (AQS) and Aprilia Pit Limiter (ALC). These features were brought over from the RSV4 RR.

4. The lightest

It is also the lightest among its peers (apart from the race-homologated Panigale V4 R). The RSV4 1100 Factory weighs 5 kg lighter than its predecessor, resulting in a lithe 199 kg, fully fueled and ready to ride.

5. Weight-loss regiment

A Bosch lithium-ion battery and Akrapovic exhaust system contributes to the low weight.

6. Special Akrapovic exhaust

Speaking of the exhaust, the system was specially designed developed together with the famed maker, Akrapovic. The new system is not only responsible for the power increase but also yielding smoother power and torque curves.

7. Redesigned frame

The aluminium frame has been redesigned for even more cornering prowess that Aprilias are famous for. New steering bushings steepen the rake angle by 2-degrees. Additionally, there is a 2mm less offset of the triple clamps for less trail. The changes to the steering geometry results in a 4mm shorter wheelbase. Aprilia also stiffened the swingarm. These changes ought to make the bike even more nimble.

8. Öhlins, of course

The bike is suspended by fully-adjustable Öhlins NIX forks and Öhlins TTX rear shock. The forks have 5mm more travel. They are non-electronic, however.

9. “Stylo” Brembo Stylema

Hauling the RSV4 1100 Factory down from speed are Brembo’s latest Stylema brake calipers. These are smaller, lighter yet stiffer for a better feel at the lever. (Make sure you secure them!) As we mentioned earlier, owners can fit the optional carbon fibre ducts to channel cooling air to the calipers.

10. MotoGP-inspired aerobody

There are two spoilers mounted on each side of the fairing. They generate up 8 kg of downforce at 300 km/h to keep the front tyre on the road.

  • Didi Resources will unveil the 2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory this weekend.

  • The event coincides with the German MotoGP.

  • The event will be held at The Podium, Sungai Penchala on 7th July 2019, from 6pm.

How about getting the chance to view the 2019 Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory and the German MotoGP at the same time?

Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd., the new custodian of the Aprilia brand in Malaysia will unveil the new bike to Aprilia fans and public alike. Events will continue into the evening with the viewing of the German MotoGP round.

The unveiling will commence from 6pm at The Podium, Sungai Penchala, on 7th July 2019.

The Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory is the challenger to the Ducati Panigale V4. it’s now 1078cc V-Four engine produces 214 hp and 122 Nm of torque. A Bosch lithium-ion battery and Akrapovic exhaust cuts weight to only 199 kg, dry.

Apart from that, Brembo’s latest Stylema front brake calipers perform braking duties for the front. They are lighter yet more rigid than the outgoing Brembo M50 Monobloc. Gripping the discs are more aggressive brake pads. Look closely and you will notice air ducts for the front calipers.

Front forks are Öhlins NIX with 125 mm travel (5 mm more) for better cornering. An Öhlins TTX shock suspends the rear end.

The bike’s bodywork also features “aerobodies,” similar to those in MotoGP.

  • The much anticipated Moto Guzzi V85TT is now officially in Malaysia.

  • The official Malaysian Moto Guzzi distributor, Didi Resources, launched the bike today.

  • You can test ride tomorrow from 8am.

The much anticipated 2019 Moto Guzzi V85TT is now officially in Malaysia. You may test ride the bike tomorrow.

Touted by Moto Guzzi as the first modern-classic travel endure, it retains the Guzzi DNA which has endeared the brand to those who sought something different. However, as classic as it looks, the V85TT is actually a very modern bike under its skin.

The 853cc, transverse 90o V-Twin produced 80 hp at 7,750 RPM and 80 Nm at 5,000 RPM. It is tuned for a smooth and flat torque curve. That power is harnessed through modern electronics including ROAD, RAIN and OFFROAD riding modes. The Continental-based ABS is standard but the rear can be disengaged for offroad riding. The suspension is also a modern affair, consisting of upside-down forks and adjustable rear shock with piggyback reservoir.

But there’s only so much that the tech specs reveal for Piaggio made the bike to cater to 95% of riders in the real world. That means riders of any skill level and physique can find a sweet spot on the bike.

We have tested the bike during the Asia Pacific Media Launch in Thailand. Please click here for the full details.

The Moto Guzzi V85TT is priced at RM 87,888 for the standard colours (Blue Atlante, Grigio Atacama, Rosso Vulcano) and from RM 89,888 for the Evocative Graphics (which includes the yellow and white Sahara Yellow, and red and white Kalahari Red). However, Didi Resources is providing a special promotion from RM 79,888 for the standard colours.

The bike has generate more than 1,000 requests for test rides worldwide which converted to more than 80% sales. Consequently, the Guzzi production line is working overtime to keep up with the overwhelming orders.

  • Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd. launched the 2019 Aprilia Shiver 900 today.

  • It features a number of redesigns, mechanical and electronic updates.

  • It also shares a number of components with the RSV4 and Tuono V4 1100.

Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd. launched the 2019 Aprilia Shiver 900 today.

The Shiver 900 marks the first model launched by the new Aprilia Malaysia, since their confirmation as the new distributor, their inaugural track day and opening of a new service centre at The Gasket Alley located in Petaling Jaya. Mr. Goh Kian Sin and Mr. Juan Chow Wee, the Managing Director and General Manager of Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd., respectively, unveiled the new bike.

Being a naked standard, the Shiver 900 should open the door to more Malaysian bikers to the Aprilia brand. It is undoubtedly more accessible than the RSV4 superbike and Tuono V4 1100.

Its predecessor, the Shiver 750 sold well in Malaysia and well-known worldwide as a supremely reliable motorcycle.

The 2019 Shiver 900 was introduced at Intermot 2018.


  • 896.1cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 8-valve, 90oV-Twin engine.
  • The engine produces 95.2 bhp (70 kW) at 8,750 RPM, 90 Nm of torque at 6,500 RPM.
  • New more efficient exhaust system.

  • Pistons with reduced friction.
  • Semi-dry internal lubrication circuit reduces power losses.
  • More efficient fuel-injectors.
  • Automatic decompressor to ease starting when the engine is cold.
  • Redesigned clutch reduces lever effort by 15%.

  • The 2019 Shiver 900 enters its third year of production since 2017.
  • Ride-by-wire (rbw) throttle (the Shiver 750 was the first production bike to use that technology).
  • 3 ride mode modes: Sport, Touring, Rain.
  • Marelli 7SM ECU shard with the RSV4 and Tuono 1100 V4.
  • Advanced traction control with three level and switchable.
  • Continental dual-channel ABS.
  • 4.3-inch TFT screen (adopted from the RSV4 and Tuono).

  • The TFT features Aprilia MIA multimedia and phone connectivity, plus navigation (through the smartphone app).

  • Redesigned fuel tank side covers, side panels, tail and front mudguard.
  • Kayaba forks adjustable for preload and rebound damping.

  • Sachs rear shock is adjustable for preload and rebound damping.
  • Offered in Challenging Red and Innovation Dark colours.

95 bhp may not seem much, but the most important factor here is the spread of 2,250 RPM between maximum torque and peak horsepower. This is what’s known as an engine’s “flexibility.” A wider spread means the torque curve is smoother, besides allowing the bike to accelerate quickly in any gear.

The Shiver 900 ought to inherit the Shiver 750’s great handling characteristic, since it retains similar chassis architecture.

The 2019 Aprilia Shiver 900 is fully-imported and priced from RM 72,000 (including SST but not on-the-road).

The bike is available from Aprilia Malaysia at The Gasket Alley, Welly World Cycle Sg. Buloh and Sheng Fatt Sdn. Bhd. in Penang. Please visit the Facebook page and for more information.


Engine type 4-stroke, DOHC, 8-valve, liquid-cooled, parallel-Twin
Displacement 896.1 cc
Bore x Stroke 92.0 mm x 67.4 mm
Power 95.2 bhp (70 kW) @ 8,750 RPM
Torque 90 Nm @ 6,500 RPM
Compression ratio 11.6:1
Transmission 6-speed
Fuel system Electronic fuel injection with ride-by-wire throttle and 3 ride modes
Clutch Multiple-plate wet clutch, hydraulically-operated
Frame Modular tubular steel frame fastened to aluminium side plates. Dismountable rear frame.
FRONT SUSPENSION ø 41 mm upside-down forks, adjustable for preload and rebound damping
REAR SUSPENSION Monoshock adjustable for preload and rebound damping, aluminium swingarm
FRONT BRAKE 2 X radially-mounted four-piston calipers, ø 320 mm floating discs
REAR BRAKE 1 X Single-piston caliper, ø 240 mm brake disc
TYRE FRONT; REAR 120/70-ZR17; 180/55-ZR17
TRAIL 109 mm
WHEEL BASE 1465 mm
KERB WEIGHT 218 kg (with full tank)

  • Aprilia Malaysia dan Sheng Fatt Motor telah mengadakan sesi bual bicara anjuran bersama mereka yang pertama di Pulau Pinang.
  • Program ini bertujuan untuk memberi sokongan buat para pemilik Aprilia di utara Malaysia.
  • Aprilia Malaysia dan Sheng Fatt amat menitik beratkan perkhidmatan selepas jualan.


  • Aprilia Malaysia and Sheng Fatt Motor held their first joint “shop talk” in Penang.

  • The program aims to support northern Aprilia riders.

  • Aprilia Malaysia and Sheng Fatt are serious in providing aftersales service.

Buying a bike from a dealer is easy but finding the right dealer who will continue to take care of you long afterwards is not. Sheng Fatt Motor Sdn. Bhd., a true O-G of the motorcycle scene in Penang, recently showed how it takes care of its customers.

The company, in partnership with Aprilia Malaysia under the new distributor Didi Resources Sdn. Bhd., recently held a ‘shop talk’ session for its customers as well as any biker who wanted to join in.

Mr. Goh Kian Sin, Managing Director of Didi Resources said, “The following initiative is part of our action plan to further strengthen the brand value and ownership experience via our new refresh network throughout Malaysia. The key is sourcing the right partner to deliver the objective together. Today our northern customers can rest assure that their bikes are in good hands”

Mr. Goh Kian Sin (left) and Mr. Kheoh Hock Seng (right)

The talk was hosted by Kheoh Hock Seng, the Managing Director of Sheng Fatt Motor together with the Aftersales Manager of Aprilia Malaysia, Idon Pang. The duo touched on topics such as bike care and maintenance, guidance on buying and using the correct riding gear. The event included a tour of the new official workshop for Aprilia motorcycles in Penang.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who attended the shoptalk. Our objective was to share as much knowledge as we can with everyone who attended and judging by the turnout and the enthusiasm everyone showed, I am happy to say that it was a success,” said Hock Seng.

The talk, which was attended by about 20 Aprilia riders and of other makes, was held at the company’s showroom at No. 24, Jalan Dato Keramat, Penang.


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