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Buying a bike is just a part of an ownership experience. Maintaining the bike is a different ball game altogether. We at BikesIndia receive numerous queries where our followers ask us questions regarding the servicing schedules, oil to be used, which parts need replacement and which don’t. So we thought that it would be better if all the queries could be sorted at a single place, and that is the idea behind this article. So read it carefully, as it will help you maintain your ride better.
To all of our surprise, KTM threw a bombshell by launching the all new Duke 250 in India. Though the previous generation styled Duke 250 was built and exported to European countries till 2016, Indian launch was highly unlikely considering that the Duke 200 was already on sale. What KTM did was pure genius, as they launched the Duke 250 which is a slight downgrade from the 390 in terms of power, and a big upgrade from the 200 mechanically and aesthetically.
It only began with the lightweight sports bikes category, especially the KTM twins and the Bajaj Pulsar 200NS/AS that we really witnessed underbelly/underbody exhaust on bikes. But the question really arises as to why do companies do that? Why underbelly exhausts are being designed and applied to bikes, and are the conventional exhausts not good enough anymore?
The Benelli TNT 25 is a quarter-liter motorcycle that is set to rival the Mahindra Mojo 300, Kawasaki Z250 SL, KTM Duke 200, Honda CBR 250R and the most awaited Yamaha FZ25. We always wanted to see how the TNT 25 squares off against its rivals, here we bring you a comprehensive Road Test Review and this is how the motorcycle felt on traffic roads and most importantly on an empty stretch of road.
India is growing on many levels, not just economically, but also the lifestyle of us Indians is evolving. The millennials are adapting much quickly to the growing globalization and it is evident from the rise of the biking culture as more powerful bikes are being sold. And also, the number of biking trips, especially of the long distance touring nature is growing too. This has resulted in the need for information, about the roads and routes, and also the checkpoints on the way. Planning road trips is the toughest task as one can never predict what might happen or there is not enough information available for the travelers to plan ahead with the correct precision.
Today’s battle for motorcycles is very huge, especially when brands like Bajaj provides the riders motorcycles that are great value for money and brands like Royal Enfield assures great accessibility and riding comfort be it in the city or the highways.
Insurance of your ride is a must and it proves really helpful in case of theft. However, nobody would ever want to lose his/her bike or scooter but if at all the catastrophe struck the Insurance comes to your rescue. In case of stolen two-wheeler there is a set of procedure which must be followed for smooth and uninterrupted settlement of the claim. Today we are going to address those important things which need to be followed while claiming the insurance for your stolen scooter/motorcycle.
The inaugural Ravine Bike Weekend closed its curtains for the 2017 edition with a lot of pomp and celebration for the bikers. Amidst a mild participation, the event turned out to be a major success with intense competition in among the bikers to win the prize and ample entertainment for the bikers and the visitors alike.
With the recent launch of Yamaha FZ25 and the relaunch of Bajaj Pulsar NS200, the sub 250cc Power commuting and sports touring segment just got more options to choose from. We compare these two with the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V and make an overview of these bikes in terms of performance, equipment and reliability in the following article.
Coming to the two cylinder 300cc motorcycles we have the Benelli TNT300, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and the Yamaha R3. The Ninja 300 is one of the best looking motorcycles even when it is compared to many superbikes. But then the R3 came into the game offering stunning looks and cheaper service options. Let's see how the R3 performs against its rivals. Is it any better or not?