Weekly News Wrap-up: Revolt RV 400 Electric Bike Launched, KTM RC 125 Launched, Jawa ABS Deliveries & More
Here are the top five developments from the two-wheeler world in the past week
We would be lying if we say that the past week wasn’t action-packed. From Harley-Davidson announcing its partner for manufacturing its first small-scale motorcycle to KTM launching another expensive 125cc bike, here are the top five developments that grabbed the limelight last week.
Revolt RV 400 Pre-launch Wrap-up
Revolt has finally unveiled India’s first AI-enabled fully-electric motorcycle, the RV 400. The electric motorcycle has several segment-firsts which could literally put some premium motorcycles to shame. Now, we know that you might have several questions regarding the RV 400. So, to make your life simpler, we have tried to answer all your questions here.
All-new KTM RC 125 Launched In India
KTM has finally launched the RC 125 in India. The baby RC features the same engine, suspension and brake setup as its naked cousin, the 125 Duke. But you might need to break your piggy bank to buy KTM’s smallest 125cc faired motorcycle?
2019 Suzuki Gixxer Images Leaked
Suzuki will be launching the much-awaited 2019 Gixxer in India soon. The upcoming naked motorcycle will receive an all-new design language and if you are eager to know what will it look like, then we have some good news for you. Recently, images of the 2019 Gixxer were leaked online, revealing a lot of its details.
Jawa Dual-channel ABS Delivery Details Revealed
It's been six months since Jawa launched the dual-channel ABS-equipped variants of the Jawa and Forty Two. And if you are amongst those who are still waiting for your motorcycle, then we have good news for you. Anupam Thareja, the co-founder of Jawa Motorcycles, has recently revealed the delivery details of the dual-channel ABS-equipped Jawa and the Forty Two.
Harley-Davidson 338cc Bike Announced
Last year, Harley-Davidson had revealed that it will be entering the small-capacity motorcycle segment. Back then, the company had revealed limited details about its plans. However, the bike maker has now announced that it will be partnering with China-based Qianjiang Motorcycle for its first small-capacity motorcycle. Head here to know more about the upcoming baby Harley.