The updated Ktm RC 390 comes featured with standard Ride-By-Wire throttle, Slipper Clutch, Adjustable levers (Both Clutch & Brakes), Bigger Front Disc Brake, Up-swept Exhaust Can and improved fuel tank.
The Ducati 1299 Superleggera true to its name is extremely lightweight, made up of carbon fiber material. The Superleggera is featured with swingarm, wheels, full fairing and even frame all made up of carbon fiber. The superbike is priced exorbitantly high and comes tagged with INR 1.12 Crores.
The 2016 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R is a whole new bike and has received major changes in terms of both mechanical and electronic front. The new Ninja ZX-10R is now featured with revised chassis for better handling. The swingarm is also increased in length to get an increased wheelbase. The new Ninja is also featured with revised suspensions and improved braking...
The new Ducati Panigale 959 is equipped with 955cc Superquadro L-twin cylinder Desmodromic liquid cooled engine. The bike also comes featured with standard Slipper Clutch for immaculate track racing experience.
Benelli Tornado 302 is probably first bike from the house of DSK-Benelli with full fairing. A very good looking sportbike- Tornado 302 comes equipped with 300cc parallel twin cylinder, liquid cooled engine which we have already seen on the naked TNT 300. The Tornado is featured with double petal disk brakes upfront and single disc brake at rear.
The updated 2015 CBR 250R comes with fresh paint scheme and refreshed stickers on the fairing and panels. Sadly Honda has not brought any change in now age old flagship model on the technical front. The new CBR is essentially same from the core and shares same underpinnings with the older model of CBR 250R.
The 2015 CBR 150R comes with new Star Racing Graphics featured on the fairing, mated to the new color schemes the 2015 CBR 150R looks cools. Apart from the cosmetic change the updated CBR 150R remains with identical underpinnings.
We Indians have always got his nagging thing in the head to compare a motorcycle to any other one. Be it RD 350 vs. KTM Duke 390, Himalayan vs. the Impulse, Kawasaki Ninja H2 vs. the H2R and the list is literally, endless. But what do you get out of these comparisons and questions, especially if you don’t intend to buy either of the motorcycles? Does it solve the problems caused by an opened Pandora’s box? Actually, I think these ‘tests’ give rise to some more questions and doubts which ultimately play with our little, primitive minds, similar to how a little girl plays and throws around an old doll she doesn’t like anymore.
My hands ache not a bit, but A LOT! I always wish it ended with my hands, but the traffic wants to take revenge on my back too. This is why it happens, since the whole weight of the bike falls on the palms, maneuvering the bike in slow traffic is pretty hard. But, For a highway, the story is totally different. The bike behaves in a completely different manner, I have had doubts whether it’s the same bike I used to ride in traffic. The aggressive seating position is very helpful to crouch with a beautiful wind resistance and maneuverability.
Every teenager’s dream is to ride a bike, be it passion or showoff, so was mine. I loved bikes and cars not for their looks or brand, but for how they were built and how they rode. It was my daily task to look at bikes when I used to travel back home in the bus. I still wonder how machines can work at such high speeds and temperatures and can also run for days and years.
I've been drooling over the way the new 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 650 looks. Not only looks, this hell of a cougar just turned into a Mid twenties sexy chick as its shed weight, got more muscle and looks badass! I mean, its a lot of change for someone who's used to looking at the boring old Ninja 650 on Sunday rides but the new one just blew me, not yet literally though! Below are some pointers to look out for on this new Kawasaki Ninja 650-
We all saw how KTM India swallowed a big chunk of the premium motorcycle market in India when it launched the Ktm Duke 390 in 2013. Not only did it rest it's case there, KTM India went on to make major upgrades on its 2014, 2015 and 2016 models which actually did make a hell lot of difference.