It isn’t often that the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) wades in to provide clarification on automotive happenings, but in a weird twist of fate, that’s exactly what has happened…well, sort of.
The day Mario came to India was of huge significance to the world of motorcycling. Here’s why… [Read more…]
Good news Indian Yamaha fans – the YZF-R3 cometh. That’s right, the latest scion from Yammie’s legendary R-series supersport bloodline will hit Indian shores (and showrooms) as soon as the 11th of August. [Read more…]
The organisers of India Bike Week are now spreading their wings across the seas to provide experiences unlike any other for India’s bikers. The now familiar India Bike Week has added on a new chapter, christened IBW Outbound. It’s a series of nine rides not only in India but also in South East Asia and Europe. [Read more…]
Triumph Motorcycles is all set to auction the bike used by Chris Pratt in Jurassic World. Here’s why [Read more…]
DSK Benelli recently celebrated what they claim is the second fastest sale by a superbike brand in India with a ride from Pune [Read more…]
Yamaha India have launched a new version of their 125 cc Saluto commuter motorcycle with the option of a disc brake for enhanced stopping power [Read more…]
Honda have a new contender in the fast growing 110 cc commuter segment in the form of the newly launched Livo. The essential details from the launch [Read more…]
A web series for auto enthusiasts
Pune based content creators Cycling Octopus are floating a web video series named Friction for automotive enthusiasts. The eight part series is available on the Cycling Octopus YouTube channel and each episode features an automotive personality and their work.
The creative team at Cycling Octopus started working on the concept more than a year ago along with a few automotive enthusiasts from the city with the aim of sharing and celebrating the rich heritage and history of Pune ‘road culture’ as they describe it. Friction was launched on 10th May 2015 in association with Let’s Make Better Productions and released one episode every week thereafter.
The videos are well-made and come across as a sincere effort to inspire people to follow their passion. So the next time you are online, search for Cycling Octopus on YouTube to enjoy the Friction series.