By: Anonymous: AMA () Sunday, 10 January 2016 @ 07:54 PM ICT (Read 634 times)
Asia’s Leading Motorcycle Tour Company for Sale – Price Reduced as Owner Retiring
Asian Motorcycle Adventures, Asia’s longest established and highly successful motorcycle tour company is for sale – founder and owner is retiring after almost 25 years developing this into a thriving business. AMA is based in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Price is now greatly reduced to USD250,000 or THB9,000,000 as owner wants to retire asap. This is a unique opportunity for a motorcycle lover wanting a successful and proven plug-and-play touring business in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand.
2014 revenue approximately USD200,000. ROI estimated at under 2 years.
Company has zero debt.
AMA has the largest, most extensive motorcycle website in Asia; it has recently been updated and expanded with the latest WordPress theme and features. It is highly rated on TripAdvisor. It also ranks very highly on Google and other major search engines for its primary keywords.
Tours are currently fully booked through this year’s high season due to extensive website SEO, high search engine rankings, overall success of website, longstanding company reputation, and repeat business.
Company also owns 27 motorcycle tour-related domain names that buyer can use as they want.
Turnkey operation includes fleet of 18 late-model motorcycles – 9 under 1 year old, all under 5 years old, set-up for touring or off-road.
Also included is Toyota Vigo Expedition-equipped 4×4, all equipment, tools, supplies, boxes, luggage systems, tank bags, etc.
No need to buy a thing – simply take over operation with owner assisting and transferring knowledge and skills to new owner.
Buyer can take over lease for 4 BR house in Chiang Mai city, with swimming pool and other amenities; 30K/month rent for 3 yrs, then 10% increase for 2 yrs. Ideal location for this operation.
Company has inbound/outbound TAT license and is Merchant Services enabled, accepting all major credit cards.
Seller will work with new owner for one year. Retention of current staff open to discussion.