GIVI Asia memperkenalkan barisan produk baharu sempena majlis sambutan Ulangtahun ke-25 GIVI yang berlangsung di Hotel Ion Delemen, Genting Highlands, semalam.

Sebelum itu, GIVI turut menganjurkan konvoi bersama media yang bermula daripada ibu pejabat GIVI di Bukit Beruntung dengan majlis pelancaran di Genting Highlands menjadi destinasi.

Seperti sedia maklum, GIVI cukup sinonim dengan peminat jentera dua roda terutamanya di kalangan pemilik motosikal ‘kapcai’ jadi tidak hairanlah pengeluar aksesori motosikal itu menghasilkan lebih 75,000 produk setiap tahun.

Bagi tahun 2019, GIVI sekali lagi memperkenalkan beberapa produk baharu!

1) Monolock B32N-Advance Bold Topcase

2) Monolock B270N Topcase

3) Monokey E23N Side Case

4) G12N Fixed System Center Case

5) Rider Tech

6) Helmet  M30.1 Cielo

Sementara itu, Pengurus Operasi Antarabangsa Kumpulan GIVI, Joseph A. Peruca, menjelaskan bagaimana GIVI antara pengeluar produk yang bangga dalam mengekalkan imej mereka selaku peneraju dalam melahirkan aksesori yang mengutamakan keselelamatan.

“Kami sering diajukan dengan soalan sama ada kami akan mencipta reka bentuk helmet atau rekaan grafik yang lebih garang? Hakikatnya, kami bangga dengan fokus utama kami, iaitu mencipta helmet atau produk yang selesa dan selamat. Itu adalah imej kami,”katanya.

Dalam perkembangan lain, Pengarah Urusan Givi Asia, On Hai Swee turut menjelaskan bahawa GIVI sedang dalam perancangan untuk membuka lebih banyak cawangan di seluruh negara dengan harapan dapat memudahkan pemilik motosikal untuk datang dan melihat produk keluaran mereka dengan lebih dekat.




  • GIVI Asia celebrates their 25thAnniversary today and launches the 2019 line-up of products.

  • The launch was presented to the media and dealers from around Asia.

  • The company launch 15 new products today and there will be more to come.

GIVI Asia celebrates their 25th Anniversary today and launches the 2019 line-up of products. The launch was held at the Grand Ion D’elemen Hotel in Genting Highlands.

The company also organized a convoy for the Malaysian motorcycle media to kick off the proceedings. The ride began at GIVI Asia’s headquarters and factory in Bukit Beruntung. Foreign dignitaries and dealers were given a tour of the factory, before heading up to Genting Highlands.

2019 Range of Products

GIVI has always strived hard to provide the best solutions for all riders in every conceivable situation. As such, they boast some 75,000 products of all types. The launch of the 2019 range adds to this massive collection.

Showcased at the launch were hard cases, soft bags, waist bag, waterproof garments and helmets.

Hard cases
  • Monolock B32N-Advance Bold Top Case. An “upgrade” of the popular B32 Bold, it features a pair of stainless steel rods on top of the lid, an elastic net strung between the rods and a backrest. The 32-litre case and its features caters to riders who tour, but do not want a larger case.
Monolock B32N-Advance Bold
  • Monolock B270N Top Case. A compact but aerodynamic 27-litre case for riders who want something compact yet stylish. GIVI fitted it to a number of motojournalists’ motorcycles to gain more insight to their use. The lid also has a carbon fibre-like panel to impart a sporty look.
  • E23 Monokey Side Case. These new side cases offer 23-litres of storage capacity each, but small enough to be mounted beside scooters, kapchaisand lightweight adventure bikes. The lid has handles on both ends, enabling more items to be tied down on top of the lid. They also feature prismatic reflective strips for extra visibility, hence safety.

  • G12 Fixed System Centre Case. The G12 centre case replaces the ubiquitous “basket” of kapchais/scooters. It has a 12-litre load capacity hence the rider can store items such as his wallet, phone, etc. It’s secured with a lock and waterproof.

Rider Tech Range

The Rider Tech range consists of soft backpacks, waist bags and saddle bags.

  • RBP03 Rider Tech Camo Backpack, 15-liters.

  • RWB05 Rider Tech Camo Waist Bag, 3-litres.
  • RSB01 Rider Tech Saddle Bag, 15-litres.

Waterproof garments

GIVI is also synonymous with high quality waterproof garments. New products are:

  • PRS04.AX Prime rainsuit.
  • CAM01.AH Camouflage rain suit.
  • CRT01.AX Comfort rain trouser.
HPS M30.1 Cielo Helmet

GIVI adds more colour options to the HPS (Head Protection System) M30.1 Cielo helmet range.

  • Mod Ice White.
  • Mod Black
  • Slide Titanium.

On hand to brief the assembled media were Mr. On Hai Swee – Managing Direcor of GIVI Asia and Mr. Joseph A. Perucca – Overseas Operational Manager of GIVI Groups.

L-R: Mr. On Hai Swee, Mr. Joseph A. Perucca, Mr. Sam Sharman

A question was brought up if GIVI Asia will open new GIVI Point concept stores in Malaysia. Mr. On answered that the company is currently looking to expand to other states in both West and East Malaysia. He also stated that there are GIVI Specialized dealers currently in place and they serve specific motorcycle types.

On another question regarding GIVI’s sponsorship and involvement in Rimba Raid, Mr. Perucca said that he was surprised at the turnout in the 2018 event. As such, the company will continue their involvement for 2019 and hopefully beyond.

Ms. Anita Yusof, GIVI Asia’s Brand Ambassador was also present at the event to promote her new book, Global Dream Ride (Siri 2).

While the media event ended in the afternoon, Asian dealers descended on the hotel for the official launch in the late evening and through the night.


  • GIVI Malaysia telah melancarkan laman blog dan Komuniti GIVISTA.
  • Blog ini akan menampilkan pelbagai produk, aktiviti gaya hidup, dan juga trivia.
  • Komuniti GIVISTA akan memberikan sorotan kepada aktiviti para pengguna GIVI.


  • GIVI Malaysia has launched a blog space and GIVISTA Community.

  • The blog highlights products, lifestyle and trivia.

  • The GIVISTA Community highlights GIVI users’ activities.

GIVI Malaysia has launched a blog in their website and a GIVISTA Community in Facebook recently.

It is of no doubt that GIVI is world famous for their products. However, one may not be aware of just how extensive they are. The company has products for motorcycles of all types and engine capacities, from scooters all the way to the open-class adventure-tourers.

As such, the two new platforms provide up-to-date news and information about the latest products. However, there are certain differences between the two.

GIVI Malaysia’s blog at only features the latest products but also a mix of articles. You may find write-ups on practical applications for the  products, first-hand accounts of using them and other trivia such as the company’s involvement in motorsports.

The GIVISTA Community Facebook page on the other hand is as the name suggests, is where a community of GIVI users share their experience, rides and most of all their love for GIVI products. One may also find the latest updates on GIVI Malaysia’s activities, for example, invitation to convoys.

You may also visit more information.





  • Konvoi MotoGP GIVI Malaysia 2018 meneruskan tradisi tahunan GIVI Asia.
  • Muzium Negara telah dipilih sebagai tempat permulaan untuk tahun ini.
  • Para peserta telah menerima pelbagai hadiah hebat termasuklah tiket dan tempat parkir istimewa.


  • The GIVI Malaysia MotoGP Convoy 2018 continues with GIVI Asia’s annual tradition.

  • The National Museum was chosen as the starting point this year.

  • Participants received many great gifts including a ticket and special parking.

The GIVI Malaysia MotoGP Convoy 2018 continues on GIVI’s tradition of organizing a convoy to the Malaysia MotoGP every year.

GIVI Asia picks a prominent setting as the rendezvous (RV) point for the convoy each year. The National Museum got the pick for 2018. The museum’s mall area provided ample space for the bikes and registration desk.

Each participant had registered himself online when the convoy was announced last month. He then received a confirmation through his email. Lastly, he would show the confirmation to the registration desk at the start of the convoy to confirm his attendance.

He received upon confirmation:

  • A GIVI goodie bag;
  • A Castrol goodie bag;
  • One PA1 motorcycle parking sticker; and
  • One grandstand ticket.

Registration began at 7.30am. A light breakfast was provided at the museum’s cafeteria. Soon it was time to head out as the races have been moved earlier by two hours to avoid the forecasted rain later in the afternoon.

But first, GIVI’s representative welcomed everyone to the convoy. The Traffic Police officer in charge of the escorts gave his safety briefing afterwards.

The convoy departed from the museum, escorted all the way by the Royal Malaysian Police all the way. The convoy participants were thankful for the escort as they bypassed the notorious bottlenecks as they got nearer to the Sepang International Circuit.

A special parking lot had been allocated for the participants, avoiding the difficulty of locating spaces for themselves. The motorcycles are guarded throughout the entire event by GIVI’s staff.

The participants then proceeded to GIVI’s massive pavilion at SIC’s mall area. There, there were given their tickets and more gifts.

A tribune was also provided, right opposite the Team LCR Honda pits.

Make sure you join GIVI’s MotoGP convoy next year. It truly beats all the trouble of having to ride there yourself.

  • The GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling off-road event for enthusiasts ended highly successful.

  • It attracted 105 participants from Malaysia and the world over.

  • Everyone experienced the beauty of Malaysia regardless if they rode.

The fifth edition of Rimba Raid, Malaysia’s premier off-road event for enthusiasts, rocked to the nines.

It was a mere five months ago when Rimba Raid was organized at the sleepy community of Janda Baik, a stone’s throw away from Genting Highlands. A total of 60 competitors signed up for that edition, made up mostly of Malaysians with a few of neighbours from Singapore. Please click on the link below for our coverage.

Rimba Raid @ Janda Baik 2018 a Rousing Success

This edition of Rimba Raid, on the other hand, was formally called GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling as the premier Italian motorcycle accessories manufacturer, GIVI, was the title sponsor. GIVI had not only brought along their booth to display a number of their latest products, but also supported the event by providing rider wear, goodies and lucky draw prizes to the participants.

Also present were Auto Bavaria BMW Motorrad, Ducati Malaysia, KTM Malaysia, and Red Bull.

Organizing the event at Mat Daling, Pahang was akin to returning home for Rimba Raid, as the inaugural edition was held there. However, instead of the individual tests formula followed previously, GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling was the largest and most ambitious venture ever devised and executed.

The main event was a timed 120-km Jungle Rally on Saturday (7th July), followed by a race on the river sandbank called “King of Sand” and Jungle Enduro on Sunday (8th July). Participants flocked in from all over Malaysia, plus those from Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Australia, Philippines, Great Britain, Italy, France for a grand total of 105 participants.

“We have been hoping for more international participants, especially from Thailand,” said Dato’ Capt. Nik of the organizers, Rimba Raid. “There ten of them here at Mat Daling and that makes us really proud.”

“We’ve always sponsored top motorsport events such as MotoGP, World Superbike, CubPrix, Dakar Rally and many more. We also support many motorcycle adventure projects. So, it is only right that we work together with Rimba Raid,” said Joseph Perucca, GIVI’s Overseas Operational Director. Besides that, GIVI’s products have been well-tested in the tough environments of rallying and adventure rides such as the annual GIVI Adventures to various locations around the world.

It was easy to see why Capt. Nik and Rimba Raid love Mat Daling. The area is primarily for small scaled logging and plantations. A tarred access road was built only recently and didn’t even appear on maps. It is also a distance away from the tourist site at Kuala Tahan, which meant deep jungles and scattered development.

The participants assembled at the Xscape Resort at Kuala Tahan on Friday, 6th July. They were assigned their rooms before being called back in the latter part of the afternoon for scrutineering, equipment checks and transponder installation.

Rimba Raid officials checked each participant’s bike for road worthiness which meant working lights, turnsignals, horn, brakes, off-road tyres, and that everything is secured. A competitor must have an off-road helmet; body armor for the chest and back, elbows and knees; off-road boots; gloves.

Being a rally, participants of the GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling will be flagged off on 30-second intervals, and finishing positions are determined based on the time they complete the 120-km jungle trail. As such, accuracy in timekeeping is the utmost importance and could only be accomplished by using transponders.

With 105 motorcycles to check, the activity ran all the way to just before dinner time.

The bikes were divided into Class A, Class B and Class C, depending on the engine capacity (hence power output). Class A is for dual-purpose (D-P) motorcycles above 800cc, Class B for D-Ps from 400cc to 800cc and Class is adventure motorcycles from 250cc to 750cc.

Notable riders include Mohd. Habibullah Bin Mohd. Saleh, better known as Gabit (the 2016 FIM Asia Supermoto Champion, and Malaysian MX and Enduro champion);

past Rimba Raid Champion, Bee Wong and his younger brother who won at Rimba Raid Janda Baik, Alex Wong;

Malaysia’s No. 1 trial bike rider Acoi Pangkolo;

Mateo Graziani, the 2004 450cc-class winner at the Dakar Rally, riding the very bike he developed, the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled.

Rider briefing followed after dinner, with Dato’ Capt. Nik and Mr. Perucca delivering their speeches. Course planner and regular off-road guy Rob Armstrong presented the course briefing afterwards.

The 120-km Jungle Rally was divided into four sections, each with its unique features and challenges. Section 1 consisted of high-speed blasts on an active logging trail, wide enough for 10-wheel-drive timber trucks. Section 2 was mostly as hill climb over different terrains. Section 3 covered an abandoned timber route with tall elephant grass. Finally, Section 4 wound through an area prepared for plantation. Participants end their race at the river sandbank. We were also told to look out for wildlife.

GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling convoyed to the starting point from the resort at Kuala Tahan. The competitors were flagged off based on their competition numbers, while the medics followed after every few competitors.

The organizers, vendors and support entourage convoyed to the GIVI Village and tent city via the new access road.

News and drama started to filter through as the day progressed. The top guys were flying through through the sections with the jungle as the backdrop. There was also news of the jungle taking its toll on a few bikes as early as 10km into the jungle, while there were riders who got too tired to carry on.

But it was Gabit and his KTM 1050 Adventure that surprised everyone when he showed up even before the transponder crew had time to lay down the wires across the finish line to record his time. He rode up the finishing stage set up on the sandbank, had his picture taken, rolled back down to ride around for a few minutes and finally riding across the finishing line again to have his time recorded. Despite the hiccup, he still recorded an incredible time of 2 hours 33 minutes, 7 seconds. That’s an average speed of 47.02 km/h! That’s lightning fast for a ride through the jungle any way you cut it.

The second rider to appear out of the jungle was Graziani on the Ducati, who stopped the clock at 2h 41m 3s. It was definitely a valiant effort by Graziani who rode on a bike that was supposedly for light off-roading and more of a lifestyle product. Zulkarnain Tahir was 8 minutes behind Graziani on the rare BMW HP2 with a total time of 2h 49m 22s. Yes, many are still dazed to see the ultra-rare and desirable hence very expensive HP2 being bashed about in the jungle.

It was reported that Bee Wong’s KTM 1190 Adventure R suffered a front tyre puncture just 10km from the finish, but the plucky rider soldiered on to cross the line fourth.

In Class B, Nazmee Ramli won the race with a time of 2h 35m 28s on the BMW Sertao; Mohd. Syahidan was in second on the KTM 690 Enduro R with a time of 2h 48m 50s; and third went to Khairul Afif also on the KTM 690 Enduro R recording his time of 3h 1m 4s.

Alex Wong’s BMW F 800 GS has a fuel pump failure some 20km before the end, rendering him immobile.

Class C was of great interest to the fans and riders as it was a new class added to the Rimba Raid series. Ahmad Iezzam rode and incredible race to finish in 2h 28m 41s on his Honda CRF250L, followed by Mohd. Hairy who recorded 3h 19m 10s also on a CRF250L, and lastly Riza Zakaria on the new Royal Enfiled Himalayan with a time of 3h 26m 9s.

The participants retired to their tents set up on a field that evening. The winners’ prize presentation and lucky draw was held after dinner.

A special appreciation was also presented to the sole female rider, Echo Zhang from China.

Echo, the sole female participant

But while we slept under the Milky Way, the recovery crew worked through the night to pick up immobile bikes or whose riders could not continue were left on the trial. Bear in mind that the area is teeming with wild elephants, boars, gaurs, tigers and panthers, not to mention bees and aggressive bugs.

The Raja Pasir (King of Sand) race was held the next day, followed by the Jungle Enduro. We have yet to receive the official results, so we’ll report that in the next few days.

All in all, GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling was expertly organized. While it took the help of the locals and Orang Asli in the vicinity of Mat Daling to make it happen, the breadth and scale of the event was executed by the five members who make up the Rimba Raid committee. The trails were both challenging and fun in equal parts, there was plenty of support and everyone got to experience the beauty of Malaysia.

We spoke to a number of participants and everyone was positive about the event and wanted to do better the next time. However, it wasn’t very much about competition only; the spirit of camaraderie around the campsite was more of a community of off-road enthusiasts, which transcended ranks, the brand and type bike you rode; all were united as one people.

Bring on Rimba Raid 2019!

Night sky over Mat Daling

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  • Rimba Raid returns to Mat Daling from 6th to 8th July 2018.

  • There currently 200 registered participants representing 13 countries.

  • A rally kit handover was held together with GIVI Asia and Ducati Malaysia on 23rd June 2018.

If the previous editions of Rimba Raid were exciting, the latest iteration called GIVI Rimba Raid Mat Daling will be mind-blowing. Please click on the link below for our coverage of Rimba Raid at Janda Baik, Pahang earlier this year.

Rimba Raid @ Janda Baik 2018 a Rousing Success

Rimba Raid could probably regard Mat Daling as their spiritual home as it was here that the series began, hence would be incomplete without a return to the heart of Taman Negara (National Forest). The event takes place from 6th to 8th July 2018.

As Rimba Raid’s popularity grows over the years, this edition at Mat Daling will be the most ambitious yet, consisting of a 125-km rally spanning 3 days through some of the most beautiful environment Malaysia has to offer. There are currently 200 registered participants from 13 countries.

As such, the organizers provided the opportunity to competitors to collect their rally kit in advance prior to 6th July.

The event was held at Ducati Malaysia’s compound in Naza Auto Mall together with GIVI Asia as both Ducati is one of the sponsors and GIVI Asia is the main sponsor.

Each rally kit included a personalized rally jersey, official event shirt, numbered stickers for the participant’s motorcycle and extras provided by GIVI Asia.

These participants were also able to view and buy some of GIVI’s latest products (at special promotions) such as aluminium cases, waterproof luggage and helmets.

Some 130 participants showed up to collect their kits by the end of the day, allowing for a smoother registration process during the rally weekend.

The event will begin from Xscape Resort Taman Negara on 6th July 2018.

About Rimba Raid

Rimba Raid started off as a group of friends organizing off-road rides into out-of-the-way places in 2015. Now boasting events biannually in Janda Baik and Mat Daling, the Rimba Raid ride/camp events promote sustainable usage of Malaysia’s rainforest treasures and aim to develop a supportive community of like-minded dual sport enthusiasts in the region.

For more information about the Givi Rimba Raid Mat Daling event, please visit the Rimba Raid Facebook page or contact Dato’ Capt. Nik Huzlan at 019 231 0005.

Contact Info

Rimba Adventures Sdn Bhd
Ph: +6013 3357334

  • GIVI Asia telah diumumkan sebagai salah sebuah daripada lima penaja baru bagi perlumbaan basikal Le Tour de Langkawi 2018.
  • Sejumlah 200 buah helmet akan diberikan kepada pihak polis, marsyal dan juga warga media untuk kegunaan sepanjang perlumbaan tersebut.
  • Perlumbaan basikal ikonik itu akan bermula dari 18 hingga 25 Mac 2018 dan akan merentasi sejumlah lapan buah negeri.


GIVI Asia has been announced as one of five new sponsors for the upcoming Le Tour de Langkawi 2018.

A total of 200 helmets will be given out to police, marshals and media personnel to be used during the race.

The iconic bicycle race will start from 18 to 25 March 2018 and will cover a total of eight different states.

GIVI Asia together with four other major institutions in Malaysia have been selected as the latest sponsors for the upcoming Le Tour de Langkawi 2018 bike race happening from 18 to 25 March 2018. A total of 200 units of GIVI M30 crash helmets will be given to the police, marshals and media personnel to be used during the race. (more…)

  • GIVI Malaysia telah membuka satu lagi GIVI Point yang terletak di Johor Bahru berhampiran Jalan Tampoi.
  • Ianya merupakan GIVI Point yang ketiga dilancarkan selepas Kuala Lumpur dan Pulau Pinang.
  • Bagi mereka yang membeli sebuah kotak dari GIVI Point Johor Bahru bermula sekarang hingga 19 Februari 2018 akan menerima sebuah unit lampu brek ketiga secara percuma.


GIVI Malaysia has opened up yet another GIVI Point located in Johor Bahru near Jalan Tampoi.

This is the third GIVI Point to be launched after Kuala Lumpur and Penang.

Those who purchase a box from GIVI Point Johor Bahru from now until 19 February 2018 will receive a complimentary third brake light unit.

Renowned Italian motorcycle accessory manufacturer GIVI has officially launched their third GIVI Point located in Johor Bahru near Jalan Tampoi. This is the third GIVI Point in the country after Kuala Lumpur and Penang. The launch was officiated by GIVI’s International Operational Director Joseph Perucca together with GIVI Asia’s managing director On Hai Swee. (more…)


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