If this feels like déjà vu, you are correct; you have seen this motorcycle before. This is the Riding Assist-e concept and it was revealed back in 2017. At that time, it attracted considerable attention on account of its autonomous self-balancing abilities. We are talking about this concept again because Honda are now developing this technology for use on the road.[Read more…]
Spark Minda’s partnership with Ride Vision may bring AI-enabled Collision Avoidance Technology (CAT) to the domestic two-wheeler market.
The Advanced Rider Assistance Systems (ARAS) in the market today are too expensive to be offered on mass-market two-wheelers. Even then, the entry-level ARAS tech in play have a few creases that need to be ironed out. In most cases, it boils down to the fact that they do not provide all-round, 360-degree protection. That is exactly what we hope will be addressed with this partnership.[Read more…]
The Ducati Multistrada V4 Granturismo engine and new radar tech has been revealed by the Bologna motorcycle giant. [Read more…]
Bosch Help Connect is an automatic emergency service that has been introduced to keep motorcyclists safe at all times.
Motorcycle helmets will have to pass stringent testing procedures to receive the new ECE 22.06 safety rating. [Read more…]
According to the upcoming two helmets rule, OEMs must provide two helmets when delivering a new two-wheeler in Maharashtra. [Read more…]
BMW Motorrad have announced cosmetic upgrades for their 2020 motorcycle range and have also cut down prices for a few performance upgrades. Here is a list of the upgrades being offered.
We had an opportunity to interact with Alexander Klotz, the head of Continental’s Technical Center India (TCI) and the in-house R&D Center of Continental Corporation, about what safety technologies we may expect in India and their acceptance and integration.
Piaggio Group incorporate ABS in all 150 cc scooters and Combined Braking System (CBS) in all 125 cc scooters for Vespa and Aprilia brand [Read more…]
The Ministry of Transport has passed a new ruling stating that selling any helmet not complying to the certified standards of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) will be considered an offence. [Read more…]