The 2021 Triumph Speed Twin was launched in the international market on June 1. The motorcycle will not be up for grabs in India till at least September this year but however, Triumph dealerships across India have started to accept bookings for the Speed Twin at an amount of Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,00,000.
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…]
The Piaggio One electric scooter will be available in three variants – One, One+ and One Active. The scooter was officially unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show on 28 May.
The Ducati Diavel 1260 and the Diavel 1260 S are aimed to make up for the lag in sales during the tough year of 2020. The Italian marque has teased the bike on their social media sites. [Read more…]
The Benelli Race 500 sportbike has been revealed by Qianjiang Motor (QJMotor), the Chinese automotive giant which is a sister company to Benelli under the Geely group.
In a bid to build a brand name in the middleweight segment, Hero MotoCorp plan premium motorcycles developed in partnership with Harley-Davidson. [Read more…]
The Yamaha YZF-R7 made its global reveal yesterday. This new model is a sports bike based on the MT-07 naked streetfighter.
The new limited-edition Triumph Scrambler 1200 Steve McQueen celebrates the most famous movie star and motorcycle buff. Only 1000 units of the Steve McQueen edition are available worldwide, and India will get only a handful of this ultra-exclusive models.
The future looks bright because TVS plan to launch Norton in India.