Yamaha Motor India have launched the aggressively-styled MT-15 streetfighter, signalling their entry into the fast-evolving sporty naked segment. Let’s see what this sharp looking motorcycle is all about.
Royal Enfield invited us on a trip that comprised beaches, winding roads, beautiful scenery, lip-smacking food, and a spot of off-roading. An offer we could not refuse
The Yamaha MT-15 has been launched in India for Rs 1.36 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is the more track-focused version of the Kawasaki Ninja H2 and the “R” suffix wears a price tag of Rs 72 lakh (ex-showroom) in India.
Some motorcycle enthusiasts were miffed that they could not secure a slot for the California Superbike School held earlier this year. [Read more…]
The TVS Apache RR310 has now received official performance upgrades.
The upgrades for the TVS Apache RR310 include an ECU flash. The ECU, or Electronic Control Unit, in basic terms is the brain of any modern day vehicle controlling an array of different components such as engine power, the amount of fuel to be pumped for combustion, and ignition timing amongst others. TVS would be upgrading the ECUs of all Apache RR310 bikes sold in the country for more power and better overall performance. They would also be updating the windscreen of the motorcycle in order to make it more aerodynamic. Other components to be updated includes new seats, chain-rollers and a set of new bar-end weights.
Any customer can get their TVS Apache RR310 motorcycle updated with the new offerings at their nearest TVS showroom at no cost. We checked with the TVS authorized service centre and were informed that these updates would ideally take about an hour to be installed. Alternatively, customers may have their bikes updated at the time of servicing.
The new Triumph Tiger 800 XCA has been launched in India at Rs 15.16 lakh (ex-showroom), a year after the launch of the entry-level variants. [Read more…]
A Ducati V4 Streetfighter could be under development, reveals CEO Claudio Domenicalli. [Read more…]
Royal Enfield will be launching a new motorcycle in India on 26 March 2019, which is expected to be a scrambler version based on the Royal Enfield Classic.