The five-day adventure riding tour is open for Triumph Tiger and Triumph Scrambler owners. And to help them improve their riding skills. [Read more…]
India Kawasaki Motors have launched their 2019 KLX140G off-road motorcycle. This light and nimble trail-slayer gets no headlight or number plates, cannot be registered as a road vehicle and is ideal for enthusiastic dirt riders to hone their off-tarmac skills. Powered by a compact 144-cc air-cooled single nestled within a narrow steel frame, the KLX140G weighs only 99 kilograms and promises to be an absolute blast down any dirt road.
Speaking on the launch, Yutaka Yamashita, Managing Director of India Kawasaki Motors, said, “Kawasaki has legendary history of dirt bikes. The KLX140G is ideal for every beginner who is willing to gain experience of trail riding. The beginners normally are adults and big youth of all sizes. Yet, the lightweight KLX140G is a comfortable fit to suit a wide variety of off-roaders. Besides, India has suitable landscape for dirt bikes. Therefore, I am sure that the KLX140G will have excellent success in India. ”
The Kawasaki KLX140G is priced at Rs 4.06 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), and can be booked at Kawasaki dealers across the country.
Good news! The Hero Xpulse 200 may be closer to an India launch than ever and to make things better, it has brought a friend. The standard Xpulse was spotted alongside the touring-oriented Xpulse 200T. Both motorcycles were sporting Rajasthan registration plates and looked production-ready. One of our sources close to Hero MotoCorp have said that both motorcycles will be launched by the end of December.
Kawasaki India have launched their 2019 competition motocross motorcycles, the KX250, KX450, and the KLX450R. [Read more…]
The new Triumph Scrambler 1200 has just been revealed, which they’ve been teasing for a while. The promise was that it would, unlike its predecessor, be more about performance with style, rather than the latter being more prominent. [Read more…]
Suzuki Motorcycles India have launched the competition-only RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 motocross machines, in the midst of our growing off-road riding culture. [Read more…]
Polaris India, a subsidiary of Polaris Industries, are manufacturers of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) in a range of sizes and styles. The company has a number of what they call ‘Experience Zones’ around the country. [Read more…]
Triumph Motorcycles have past a milestone of delivering just over 900 Tiger models to customers in India. The adventure touring motorcycle line of Triumph consists of two engine sizes, 800-cc and 1200-cc, each of which come with a number of variants. [Read more…]
The Austrian firm showcases the first pre-production version of their upcoming middle-weight dual-purpose bike the 790 Adventure R in Sardinia, Italy. [Read more…]