Flashes of green and a menacing stare are the first things you notice on Kawasaki’s latest Z1000. It oozes evil, yes, but how does it fare as a personal monster?
Story: Jim Gorde
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Steelbird, the crash helmet manufacturing company, has launched a new range of helmets called ARES [Read more…]
Yamaha have received the India Design Mark for the third consecutive year for the Ray Z after the YZF R15 and the Ray in the previous two years. [Read more…]
KTM conducted the fourth “Orange Day” for their customers in Mumbai. [Read more…]
Yamaha India recently organised the ‘Yamaha Children Safety Programme’ at the New Delhi School, Vikas Puri, New Delhi, as part of their commitment to spread awareness of road safety among children. [Read more…]
Honda are planning to go the retro way very soon by resurrecting the iconic Elsinore scrambler of the late 1970s. [Read more…]
Polaris India have inaugurated the country’s first Indian Motorcycle showroom in Gurgaon, Haryana. [Read more…]
The editorial staff of Italy’s ‘LowRide’ magazine have resurrected classic 1980s motorcycle appeal by customising a modern Yamaha XV950 as part of the company’s Yard Built Project. [Read more…]
Hero MotoCorp has given it’s Super Splendor model a minor visual upgrade. [Read more…]
Iconic motorcycle brand Royal Enfield (RE) is set to sport a new identity and new colours across the globe pretty soon. Every new Royal Enfield motorcycle which goes on sale from this month onwards will adorn a new RE logo across its various models. The new RE logo is now fresher, more vibrant and contemporary – while rigidly holding on to its British-motorcycling roots. The new monogram has been inspired by the iconic Royal Enfield wings of the early era, as well as a new crest which still carries the ‘Made Like a Gun’ tag line.
Apart from this new identity RE have also introduced an array of colours across its models which include the RE Thunderbird 500 and 350 cruisers and the RE Classic 500 and 350 motorcycles. Both the Thunderbird variants (500 &350) are now available in three new colours schemes – Lightning, Stone and Marine. While the Classic variants sports five new colours, the Classic 500 is now available in Tan, Black and Silver, on the other hand the Classic 350 is available in Lagoon, Ash, Black and Silver.
Story: Sayem Parvez Syed