Celebrating a decade-long successful partnership, Bajaj Auto and KTM are now working to introduce Husqvarna, the Swedish brand to India.
Ducati have sold out the Euro 3 (BS III) versions of their bestsellers, and will be back soon with the updated Euro 4 (BS IV) versions. The new Ducati Scrambler Icon and Classic variants are currently available for booking, with deliveries expected to start in July, while the Full Throttle variant will be available from September. The BS-IV Diavel Diesel will be available from August, while the Diavel and Monster 821 should hit showrooms by October.
Rumours abound that Ducati are developing a V4-engined superbike; does this mean we will bid farewell to the likes of the 1299 Panigale? [Read more…]
The British marque will replace Honda as the exclusive engine supplier from the 2019 season onwards. [Read more…]
A first-of-its-kind competitive event for the adventure riding community will be held this June in Shimla. [Read more…]
Four new colours and unique features set this Scooty apart. [Read more…]
Spy pics have surfaced of the quarter-litre faired Yamaha 250, close on the heels of the FZ25 launch. [Read more…]
This middleweight streetfighter will soon join its litre-class cousin in the Indian market. We recently rode the bike in Italy and will be bringing you a detailed ride report in the June issue of Bike India; until then, here’s what you need to know. [Read more…]
Oil-cooled twin-cylinder Royal Enfield incoming! [Read more…]