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Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Review, Test Ride

The Bullet 500, a name synonymous with the Royal Enfield brand of motorcycles has returned from the history pages with a larger 499cc engine. We’ve hopped onto the saddle of this half-litre Bullet to.

The Bullet 500, a name synonymous with the Royal Enfield brand of motorcycles has returned from the history pages with a larger 499cc engine. We’ve hopped onto the saddle of this half-litre Bullet to bring you this first impression.The Bullet 500 houses a powerful halogen powered headlamp inclusive of a chrome lip with set of trademark pilot lamps on either side. For instrumentation, the Bullet 500 uses a single-pod analogue speedometer and independent ampere meter. The palm grips have good feel, while the clutch and brake levers are also solid to touch, and fall to hand well. The Enfield typical teardrop fuel-tank houses a chrome hinged fuel filler cap along with circular, golden coach lines. At the rear the Bullet 500 deploys a round taillight similar to the Classic series bikes.The 50...

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Hero Karizma ZMR Review, Test Ride

Hero MotoCorp’s Karizma has come a long way since birth, gaining its fair share of loyalty among motorcycle enthusiasts along the way. The design this time round is radically changed, although

Hero MotoCorp’s Karizma has come a long way since birth, gaining its fair share of loyalty among motorcycle enthusiasts along the way. The design this time round is radically changed, although the core does still remain the same. The new ZMR, just like the previous ZMR is still fully faired and retains some of that ‘big-bike appeal.’  The latest ZMR looks leaner than the previous, with completely reworked body panels that create a sense of aggressive urgency around the bike. In the front, vertically stacked twin headlamps peek out, and work well to provide good visibility at night. LED pilot lights look appealing, next to a set of clear lens indicators.A tinted, generous size visor does a good job of deflecting wind away from the rider, with the number plate sitting smack in the...

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Bajaj Discover 150F Review, Test Ride

Bajaj’s first Discover bike was launched India in 2004, and these stylish commuter bikes have only gained in popularity since. Over the years, Bajaj has implemented changes and made improvements to th

Bajaj’s first Discover bike was launched India in 2004, and these stylish commuter bikes have only gained in popularity since. Over the years, Bajaj has implemented changes and made improvements to the platform to cater to the changing requirements of the Indian bikers - a continually growing and evolving market. The bike maker has just introduced two new Discovers to the family, the 150F and 150S. We gear up to find out if the new bikes still retain that practicality factor that the Discover series has always been associated with.Lean and smart looking, both Discover bikes look modern and retain the family's styling cues. The most striking asset on the Discover 150F is its freshly designed front fairing that lends the new bike a premium touch. Meanwhile, the 150S features a familiar ang...

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HONDA MOTOR INDIA LAUNCHES CB UNICORN 160 Price Rs 69,350

HONDA MOTOR INDIA LAUNCHES CB UNICORN 160 Price Rs 69,350

Honda India launched two variants out of which one is the standard one and the other one is Honda’s Combi Brake system. The new features of CB Unicorn 160 are carbureted and air cooled 163cc engine with Honda’s patented HET Technology. Maximum power is 14.5PS and peak torque is 14.61Nm at 6000rpm. The features like muscular tank with Honda 3D logo, digital instrument panel and finned side panels are similar to that of CB Trigger. The design and style of Unicorn 160 is on the conservative side and doesn’t give a sporty look. The design and styling of the Unicorn CB 160 has been heavily inspired by the CX-01 concept. The front of the CB Unicorn 160 gets a bikini fairing and a new headlamp unit, which looks similar to the one in the CB Trigger. The fuel tank gets a ...

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New Bajaj Platina ES Launched; Returns 96.9kmpl

Bajaj Auto that once had quite a big market share in the commuter segment, gradually started seeing dip in their sales due to some really capable products launched by Hero and Honda in the entry-level

Bajaj Auto that once had quite a big market share in the commuter segment, gradually started seeing dip in their sales due to some really capable products launched by Hero and Honda in the entry-level space. The company's cheapest offering - the Platina 100 - however, is doing good business, but it sales have been constantly dropping due to high demand for Hero Splendor, Hero Passion and Hero's Dream series. To counter its rivals, Bajaj has now launched the 2015 Platina ES (Electric Start) variant that is claimed to be the 'World's Mileage Champion'.Launched at Rs. 44,507 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the new Platina ES is claimed to return a mind-blowing 96.9Km/l (ARAI certified), which makes it the most-fuel efficient bike ever in India.Powering the Platina ES is a new 102c...

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Top 10 Bikes in India in 2014: The Bike Buying Guide

Top 10 Bikes in India in 2014: The Bike Buying Guide

Biking has always been in the veins of Indians who loves to ride on the highways with their spouse to the adventure experience. The car market is not as big as the other countries, so the people choose the bikes as their mode of transport as well.These days the market is full of options to land the buyers into a dilemmatic phase over the selection of the bike. But, some of the options are unbeaten if we talk about the mileage, look or power.Here below is a guide to give you an idea if you’re looking to buy a bike for yourself and I’m sure that you’ll be pretty happy to see the list.Bajaj DiscoverThe Discover is a bike which can be called as the combination of sporty look and healthy mileage. The Discover is majorly chosen by the young people of India or the service class which want t...

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Indian Scout is going to launch this year in india date not announced yet

Indian Scout is going to launch this year in india date not announced yet

2015 Indian Scout was exposed at the 2014 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.The original Indian Scout was manufactured from 1919 to 1949 and was popular by racers at the “The Wall of Death” board track races.The new 2015 Indian Scout design is a modern take on the classic motorcycle highlighted by visual details like beefy tyres, stubby fenders, compact round headlamp and leather saddle.2015 Indian Scout Features1. 2015 Indian Scout is an all-new 1,133cc, liquid-cooled, V-twin mill churning out around 100PS of power and 98Nm of peak torque at 5.900rpm2. Power is transmitted to the rear-wheel by a six-speed transmission .3. 2015 Indian Scout runs on 16-inch cast wheels, while braking is done by disc brakes at front and rear whereas ABS has been given a miss.4. Scout...

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Harley-Davidson launches three new bikes in India, prices start at Rs 16.28 lakh

Harley-Davidson launches three new bikes in India, prices start at Rs 16.28 lakh

American cult bike maker Harley-Davidson has launched three new bikes including the hand-crafted CVO Limited, priced at Rs 49.23 lakh (ex-showroom New Delhi).Harley-Davidson BreakoutThe models launched by the company include performance cruiser Breakout, at Rs16.28 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).  The Breakoout is born into the Softail family and yes it is kind of a rebel. Breakout will be assembled at its plant in Bawal in Haryana and it is the first bike from the company in India to offer a Hard Candy Custom metal flake colour, Quicksilver Flake.Harley-Davidson Street Glide SpecialStreet Glide Special is a fully-loaded version of the company’s popular performance Touring model.  . The Street Glide Special comes with a linked ABS braking system and the adjustable hydraulic suspensio...

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Top 5 motorcycles

Top 5 motorcycles

 Kawasaki Ninja H2R:The 2014 INTERMOT show couldn’t have asked for a better start as Kawasaki stunned two-wheeler aficionados by unveiling the Kawasaki Ninja H2R hyperbike. The biggest talking point of the new motorcycle is its supercharged powerplant which looks like a technology that almost all major two-wheeler manufacturers will adopt in the near future in their pursuit of more power output for their bikes. Powering the Kawasaki Ninja H2R is a supercharged 998cc, in-line-four motor that churns out a mind boggling 300PS of peak power. This means the Kawasaki Ninja H2R is on its way of becoming the most powerful production motorcycle on planet Earth.  The Kawasaki Ninja H2R isn’t a street legal motorcycle and has been developed as a track-specific model by the Japanese...

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Hero MotoCorp launches two new bikes

Hero MotoCorp launches two new bikes

Hero MotoCorp has launched two new bikes - both boasting of being firsts, the first 100cc cafe racer and the first 100cc on-road-off-road bike. With the new bikes - Splendor Pro Classic and Passion Pro TR - Hero MotoCorp expects to tap into the 100cc segment with these rather unique offerings just ahead of the festive season Splendor Pro Classic The Splendor Pro Classic boasts of being the first 100cc bike in the country with café racer styling and is powered by an air-cooled four-stroke single cylinder engine that makes peak power of 8.36PS at 8000rpm and maximum torque of 8.05Nm at 5000rpm. The Splendor Pro Classic offers a distinctive café racer styling with a classic single seat, vintage style café racer cowl, sporty handlebar, classic round headlight and taillight an...

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