The Bajaj Pulsar NS125 makes a bold entry into a segment that may be the choice for many due to the current fuel costs.[Read more…]
New Bike First Impression
The Aprilia SXR 125 has just been launched in India, joining its bigger sibling the SXR 160. Here are a few things you should know:[Read more…]
The Honda CB350RS is the brand’s second classically-styled bike to hit our market this year. Let’s see what it’s all about.[Read more…]
The third-generation Suzuki Hayabusa is back with a bang in its 2021 iteration. Here is our first impression following a rather exhilarating first ride.[Read more…]
For 2021, Triumph have launched an all-new Tiger, the 850 Sport, which replaces the standard Tiger 900. Here is our first ride report.
The alloy-wheeled Tiger may look tame but we felt it just hides the aggression better. We spent a few days with it on our roads to see what it feels like
We spend a day and over 220 kilometres with the Triumph Trident, the British marque’s latest entry-level roadster.
Triumph’s all-new entry-level Trident is powered by a 660-cc triple and is poised to take on the top-selling competition head-on with British style, a charismatic engine, and, according to Triumph, class-leading handling and value for money. We travel to Tenerife, Spain, to find out.
The Honda CB500X has just been launched in India for Rs 6.87 lakh (ex-showroom), and is now the smallest-capacity ‘big’ Honda that you can buy in the country. We recently spent a day with this machine, and think that it deserves a good long look from anybody shopping for their first large-capacity motorcycle. Here’s why.