Longbo is a small Chinese company that has an American distribution company, the Chuanl Motorcycle USA Co. Ltd., in Garland, Texas, which is a suburb of Dallas. The company is a wholesale distributor of Longbo products and thus cannot sell to the individual public. Chuanl Motorcycle USA Co., Ltd has annual, average revenue of $1,324,000 and employs approximately four people. Chuanl USA is not to be confused with Taizhou Chuanl Motorcycle Manufacturing Co in China. Longbo offers a variety of motor vehicles that include scooters, ATVs, and dirt bikes to dealers across the continental United States. All scooters and motorcycles conform to DOT, EPA, and EEC standards, however, they are not CARB approved, and thus cannot be shipped to California. They are also not approved for shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, or Mexico.
Scooter sizes range from 50cc to 150cc engines. The models for the 50cc scooters include the LB50QT-22 and the LB50QT-6. The LB50QT-22 has a maximum speed of 30 mph. Equipment includes electric and kick start, drum braking system, and an air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder engine. Its -6 counterpart has the same specifications, except that it has front disc and rear drum brakes. Models for the 150cc scooters include the Adventure, Alien, Prodigy, and Voyager. The Adventure has a stylish exterior and is the most popular of the 150cc models. With a maximum speed of 55-65 mph, it comes with an air-cooled 4-stroke, single cylinder engine, electric and kick start, front disc brakes and rear drum brakes. The Alien's has similar specifications, but touts a windshield, sport seat and graphics. The slightly bigger Prodigy has the same specifications as the Adventure and Alien, but comes with European styling. The Voyager sports a windshield, trunk, remote start, and alarm, but otherwise has specifications very much similar to the other 150cc models.