The Honda Hornet 2.0 has evolved into a 180-cc machine with a price tag that is just shy of motorcycles that displace more cubic capacity. Which of the three motorcycles discussed here is the one for you? [Read more…]
Bike Reviews in India
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 new Bluarmor Blu3 E20 helmet cooler brings improved build quality and comes equipped with a set of cool features.
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.
Ather have expanded to more cities, including Pune, and we subjected the 450X to a real-world range test.
With the temperature rising in Pune, riding a motorcycle in traffic and for long distances was becoming quite uncomfortable. So when we received the Bluarmor Blu3 A10 (compact helmet cooler) test unit, we thought that was the solution.
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.