The Kawasaki Z250 is a nice racy quarter-litre motorcycle that will reward the enthusiast who’s looking out for a combination of grunt, handling, refinement and big bike looks. But is it worth the money? [Read more…]
Bike India was in the magnificent city of Chiang Mai, Thailand, recently to ride the equally stunning Ducati Monster 821. Here’s an insight into the imprint Ducati’s smaller naked street bike left on our consciousness [Read more…]
The Tiger may look like an off-road adventure tourer, but it really is a road-going bike, and in this role it truly excels. That said, it can also take on a bit of off-the-beaten-path stuff [Read more…]
Be it the kilometre-long back straight or the set of tight switchbacks of Bajaj’s proving ground at Chakan, the Transformer-like Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 sure doesn’t feel like an amateur on a track [Read more…]
The Ducati Scrambler was officially launched in Asia at an event held in Thailand. Bike India was on hand to participate in the proceedings, and here are all the impressions we gleaned when Ducati’s newest offspring was flagged off [Read more…]
With the Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 and AS 150, the company say that they have started seeding the process of creating the affordable adventure bike segment. We got astride both the AS 200 & AS 150 to see what they are like…[Read more…]
There are plenty of things to appreciate about the new Suzuki V-Strom, but the party piece in the package has to be that super V-twin heart tucked in a sweet handling frame. We bring you the seat of the pants report [Read more…]
The Ducati Diavel Carbon is a machine unlike any other. With its sci-fi looks, car-like features and monstrous power this Ducati justifies its name, even though its devilish streak is hidden under a veneer of refinement [Read more…]
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