Taiwanese Scooter Maker Launches U.S. ATV Line

Publish Date: 
Jun 14, 2007

TGB, a Taiwanese company known in the U.S. for its line of scooters, has announced the launch of the TGB Outback 425 4x4 Adventure Series line of full-sized utility ATVs aimed at the U.S. market.

Models include the Outback 425C, Outback 425 Special Edition and the Outback Camo Edition.


The Outback 425 is designed for hunters, farmers, rangers and campers and includes automatic transmission, high ground clearance and a wide turning radius. It has a standard high and low range with an automatic locking front differential for climbing hills and getting out of those oversized mud puddles.

TGB has been a manufacturing partner of brands including Polaris and Piaggio for more than 27 years, says Bill Pierce, the company's president in the U.S. "Now we're manufacturing product specifically designed for the U.S. market that offers top-quality build and extra features over existing OEMs, all at a competitive price," he says.

TGB (Taiwan Golden Bee Company) established in 1978, manufactures ATVs, scooters and motorcycles for distribution worldwide under the TGB brand. TGB also manufactures engines, engine components and vehicles for other OEMs.

Cobra Powersports is the sole authorized distributor for TGB products in the states. Founded in 2002, the company maintains more than 220 dealers in the U.S. and has distribution, support and parts operations in Atlanta, Ga. and Sugarland, Texas.