India’s top automotive journalists recently completed the jury round for IMOTY 2020. [Read more…]
We had a race date with the latest competition-spec machine from Suzuki India at the shotgun-shaped Kari Motor Speedway [Read more…]
Hero are back for their fourth stint in one of the most taxing races of the world, the Dakar. [Read more…]
The popular British brand’s marquee motorcycle is back with a more powerful engine and a weight reduction of a whopping 40 kg. The new Triumph Rocket 3 was revealed in Goa on 5 th December and launched during IBW.( To know more about IBW and what to expect..) It comes with an all new aluminium frame and more muscular design. The Triumph Rocket 3 now comes with a 2.3-litre three-cylinder , 2,500-cc, water-cooled engine producing 164 hp.
The new Triumph Rocket 3 is available in two variants internationally – the Rocket 3 GT and the Rocket 3 R – each with its own personality . The GT is more comfort-oriented, with a lower seat and an adjustable back rest, along with a slightly taller windscreen and a more touring-friendly riding position. On the other hand the Rocket 3 R has a sportier handlebar and riding position with black alloy wheels and the company claims it performs slightly better than the GT variant. Triumph has only showcased its Rocket 3 R in India.
The brand claims that this new engine is the world’s largest production motorcycle engine.
The new Triumph Rocket 3 comes with an all-digital console and various riding modes such as road, rain, sport, and a rider-configurable mode. These modes adjust the throttle response and traction control settings to suit rider preferences and road conditions. The bike also comes with cruise control for those long-haul rides. The company has its own app which links your phone and bike and offers navigation options, bike information, hotels near your location and several other details regarding the bike.
The Rocket 3 has come with a price tag of Rs 18 lakh.
Kinetic Green and Autoline Industries have come together to produce the E-Speed, which is an e-cycle for an attractive price of Rs 25,000.
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and its smaller sibling the RTR 160 4V have now been slightly updated and get BS VI ready engines.
Up to 16 different designs are now on offer for your Royal Enfield Classic exhaust pipe, complete with a two-year company warranty
Motorcycle owners love to customize their machines to reflect their personalities, but bolting after-market products on to their new machines could void the bike’s warranty. That’s why Royal Enfield will now provide no less than 16 different exhaust designs for the Classic 350 and 500, from old-school pea-shooters to modern slash-cut units. Priced at around Rs 3,500 and constructed of stainless steel, these won’t void your machines’ warranty, and come with a Royal Enfield-backed two-year warranty of their own.
Check out the entire range at https://www.royalenfield.com/in/en/gma/classic and order yours now!
We are all ready to attend the Royal Enfield Rider Mania in Goa from 22 to 24 November.
We managed to buttonhole ace rallyist and Favre-Leuba brand ambassador, CS Santosh, for a quick chat before he left for Morocco for the last couple of rallies before Dakar 2020 [Read more…]
We find out if the new upgrades have marked evolution in the right direction for the TVS flagship, Apache RR 310 [Read more…]