Over 700 Harley-Davidson Riders at the 6th Western H.O.G Rally

Riders from across the country met up and rode to Lonavala’s Aamby Valley.

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Organised by Mumbai’s Seven Islands Harley-Davidson Chapter, Harley Owners Group (H.O.G) members from all over the country got together to beat the heat at Lonavala, a popular hill station between Mumbai and Pune. The organisers had arranged several activities, from customisation competitions and adventure sports to live music, to bring the riders together in the spirit of brotherhood. The rally was a great success and saw H.O.G members participating from as far as the Dehradun, Delhi and Guwahati Harley-Davidson chapters.

Arjun Bafna, Dealer Principal, Seven Islands Harley-Davidson Chapter said, “We were thrilled to host the 6th Western H.O.G. Rally to Aamby Valley, offering the H.O.G. members a one-of-a-kind experience. As a part of the H.O.G. Rallies, the riders have always explored new terrains and we are certain that we created yet another unforgettable experience for them.”

Is This The New Suzuki Hayabusa?

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We came across this image of what could be the next iteration of the venerable Hayabusa

While we have been looking forward to the next-generation Suzuki Hayabusa a magazine in Japan has printed a picture has printed this picture, which could give us some insight to what the new bike could look like.

The first thing that strikes about this picture is the sharp triangular headlight and daytime running lights, flanked by those large angular air scoops. The front end looks a lot more aggressive than either of its predecessors, and although the bike still retains its ample girth, we can expect some serious weight savings over the previous model. We can also see the large Brembo Monobloc on the front, and are hoping that Suzuki go ahead and give their flagship sport tourer active suspension at both ends. Expect power from the new engine to exceed 200 PS, which will be tamed by a comprehensive electronic safety net in the interest of keeping riders out of trouble.

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