‘This is the most potent Zero to date, with more torque than the sporty Zero SRS, if a little down on peak power. It also has far more torque than its closest electric rival, the Energica Experia (115 Nm) and kicks sand in the face of any petrol-driven adventure bike. Zero claim a top speed of 180 km/h, which is identical to the Energica’s.’ We rode this bike in Sicily.[Read more…]
It may look like an old Norton Commando, the one launched back in 2015 by the “old” and now disgraced Norton regime. In fact, however, a claimed 36 per cent of the motorcycle is completely new and over 300 components have been changed or re-designed. Here is our first impression following a first ride in Shakespeare County.[Read more…]
The all-new Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello marks a huge step forward for the Italian marque that recently celebrated 100 years of production. Water-cooling, semi-active suspension, and lean-sensitive are all new to Guzzi, while adaptive aerodynamic wings are a world first.[Read more…]
The MV Agusta 921 S concept reinterprets vintage design while fusing it with cutting-edge technology. Instead of being a refined exercise in style, it is a conceptual preview of a brand-new category of bikes that will be created and introduced in the upcoming years.[Read more…]
We explore the beauty and tranquillity of Leh and Ladakh for five days as part
of Honda Sunchasers, an event organised by Honda Big Wing.
Story: Vaibhav Kashyap
MotoGP have proven their commitment to sustainability with their latest announcement.[Read more…]
Another year of motorcycling has gone by and now is the time to appreciate the best two-wheelers before we usher in another year of new machines and fresh experiences[Read more…]
Yezdi Motorcycles India have been given a new lease of life under the Classic Legends umbrella and today they launched not one but three new motorcycles; the Roadster, the Scrambler and the Adventure.[Read more…]
The 2021 Ducati Monster is now lighter, sleeker and more compact than ever before. We were recently invited by Ducati India to the Buddh International Circuit to experience it. Here is a list of things you need to know about the bike.
Complying to BS6 norms has definitely made motorcycles more expensive thanks to their emission control equipment with precious metals lining the catalytic converters, so, here is a list of the best BS6 bikes under Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom).