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Compiled by: Sayem Syed
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Triumph’s testing grounds in Spain have unearthed a new, single-cylinder bike being given a thorough examination. As we look through the images of the bike being given a proper run out, what can be picked up at once, apart from the relatively sparse engine size is that the single cylinder plant appears to be oil cooled, and judging by its relatively compact dimensions, we’d say it’ll most likely fall within the 250cc bracket.
It’s twin headlight arrangement gives the bike a combative, almost nasty appearance, and the sharply tapering indicator lights and naked style construction only further contributes to this assertion. It does draw a lot of inspiration form some of its burlier siblings, particularly the Street Triple. It has been suggested that this particular specimen has been designed with the subcontinent and the south east Asian markets in mind, so despite not being as yet confirmed, it is highly probable that it will makes it way to Indian shores in due time.
Images courtesy: Visor Down
Story: Harket Suchde
KTM had let the beast out of the cage, now they’ve let the cat out of the bag, announcing the price of their heart-stopping flagship 1290 Super Duke R. [Read more…]
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BMW Motorrad have finally taken the wrap of its highly anticipated cafe racer – the NineT. [Read more…]
Images of an as yet under wraps Pulsar drawing inspiration from the 200NS being put through its paces on the streets of Pune in and around Bajaj’s Akurdi plant have emerged. These images hint at the imminent arrival of a new down-scaled version of the indomitable 200NS, most likely in the form of a return to Pulsar’s 180 bloodline.
This new look NS appears to sport a liquid cooled engine, and will, in all probability, come equipped with the same 4-valve, triple-spark plug engine system that has made the 200NS stand out in the Indian market. The images also indicate that the bike will come equipped with a mono-shock rear suspension and a matte finished plant.
With the RTR 180 pushing hard in the two horse race within this segment, it’ll hardly be a surprise if Pulsar pull out another impressive reboot to challenge for the 180cc crown. Although the identity of this bike is still up in the air, if it does in fact materialise as the new avatar of the illustrious 180, Pulsar fans across India will be chomping at the bit to take it out for a spin.
Story: Harket Suchde
Images Courtesy: Team Duke – Facebook Page
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Looks like Triumph take the term ‘old is gold’ quite seriously. That is exactly why the British motorcycle marquee has unveiled the Bonneville Meriden Edition. [Read more…]