For the first time in the history of the show, tickets to India’s biggest automotive exhibition can now be booked online. [Read more…]
With the launch of Bike Master, a brand new portal dedicated to motorcycle purchases, you can now buy your bike at the click of a button. We have the details… [Read more…]
The Suzuki GSX-R1000 Concept is set to début at Motorcycle Live in UK [Read more…]
Honda update the 2015 CBR 250R and CBR 150R with fresh new decals [Read more…]
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) launch the 5-speed CB Shine SP at Rs 59,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi) [Read more…]
KTM unleashed the 1290 Super Duke GT at EICMA
The Austrian motorcycle manufacturer showcased the 1290 Super Duke GT at EICMA in Milan and is slated to arrive in 2016. The road-going tourer is powered by the 1,301-cc V-twin that summons 175 ponies and peak torque of 143 Nm. For the 2016 GT model, the 1,301-cc V-twin has been retuned and changes will include revised ride-by-wire fuelling to comply with Euro 4 emission norms. Riding modes include Comfort, Street and Sport. Cornering ABS is available as standard equipment along with the in-house developed WP suspension, cruise-control, quick-shifter, tyre-pressure monitoring system, heated grips and LED cornering lights. Standard features includes the hill-hold function and the Motor Slip Regulation (MSR), which adjusts the level of engine braking.
Other changes to the bike include a revised fairing and adjustable screen to minimise the wind-blast. At the rear, the sub-frame has been strengthened and designed to accommodate customised hard panniers. The fuel tank now holds 23 litres of fuel. The GT rides on Pirelli Angel GT tyres. A host of KTM Powerparts and accessories are also available for the 1290 Super Duke GT. For those with a penchant for large-hearted, aggressive tourers, the 1290 GT is definitely a worthy contender.
The bike makers from Bologna are expanding their Indian presence with a fourth showroom in the country, this time in Bengaluru. [Read more…]
BMW Motorrad hop on to the Scrambler bandwagon. Enter the new BMW R nineT Scrambler [Read more…]
Honda have revealed the MY2016 models of the CB500F street-bike and the CB500X dual-purpose tourer. [Read more…]
Bikers and Italian bike enthusiasts rejoice, Benelli have unveiled not one, but two 500-cc twin-cylinder offerings in the TRK 502 and the Leoncino, as well as the much-awaited Tornado 302. [Read more…]