We test ride the FB Mondial HPS 300, the new kid on the block that is making quite a splash thanks to its unique hipster-inspired styling.
We all know that the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR is an exclusive motorcycle. Taking that exclusivity to another level, five units of a special Brutale 800RR America edition of this blistering street-naked offering from the Italian brand will be available here in India. [Read more…]
It’s that time of the year again, our jury came, saw, and judged. And the results are out. We held our annual awards in Mumbai, and here are the results. [Read more…]
You, the readers, are the reason why Bike India has grown into a powerhouse for all things two wheels. Therefore, when it comes to awarding a competent two-wheeler, your input is crucial. This award is completely decided by you. Let us know which motorcycle/scooter you believe should win. And, yes, there will be prizes prizes prizes, for the lucky amongst you.
2018 has been one of the most exciting year for the Indian motorcycle enthusiasts. We hand-pick twelve of our most awaited and sought after motorcycle reviews from the year gone by.
In 1997 the motorcycle world was introduced to the creativity and design prowess of two masterminds, Italian’s Massimo Tamburini and Claudio Castiglioni. The bike in question was the MV Agusta F4. [Read more…]
Kinetic Group’s multi-brand motorcycle initiative, MotoRoyale have launched not one but five motorcycle brands in our country: F.B Mondial, Hyosung, MV Agusta, Norton Motorcycles, and SWM. [Read more…]
‘The Fast Touring triple’s new star turn is the automatic clutch that gives it the full name of Turismo Veloce Lusso SCS, short for Smart Clutch System. The higher-spec Lusso (meaning “luxury”) model now comes with the option of an automatic clutch that means you don’t need to touch the lever.’ We rode both on the outskirts of MV’s home town of Varese. [Read more…]
Turismo Veloce 800 Lusso gets an interesting upgrade. [Read more…]