Weekly News Wrap-up: CFMoto Launches Four New Bikes, Revolt RV 400 Launch Date Revealed, 2020 Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X Spotted, And More!
Here’s all that transpired in the motorcycling world over the last week compiled into five digestible stories
From CFMoto launching four new motorcycles to Revolt finally announcing the launch date of the RV 400, it has been a busy week! In case you managed to miss out on all the action, here are the top five stories of the week in small digestible bites.
CFMoto 300NK, 650NK, 650MT And 650 GT Launched In India
After much delay, CFMoto has finally launched not one but four new motorcycles! This includes everything from streetnakeds to an adventure-tourer! The best part is that they are all priced extremely competitively! For a complete list of models and their prices, head here.
Revolt RV 400 Launch Date Revealed!
The Revolt RV 400 garnered a lot of attention when it was first unveiled in June. And that’s for a good reason. The all-electric motorcycle comes with a whole lot of goodies and some segment-first features that aren’t even seen on some premium cars! In case you want to know when you can get your hands on one, head here for all the launch related details.
2019 Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS Price Revealed
Mahindra two-wheelers will soon be launching the all-new 2019 Mojo 300 ABS. However, ahead of that, we’ve come to know the specs and pricing of the upcoming motorcycle! And boy are you in for a surprise.
2020 Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X Spied Testing
We’ve known for a while that the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is set to receive some major upgrades next year. But now from the looks of it, it might not be the only 350cc offering that is set to be updated. A test mule of the 2020 Thunderbird 350X was spied recently, hinting at some extensive changes.
Jawa Forty-Two Gets A Cafe Racer Treatment
Until now, Royal Enfields have been the go-to bikes for customisation.But with the Jawa officially re-entering the Indian market, it was only a matter of time until someone did a complete makeover of one of the bikes. The folks at Bombay Custom Works have done just that and the results are...well, why don’t you take a look.