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  • TVS Apache RR 310: Video Review

    Dec 06, 2017  |  Posted in: TVS Videos |465 Views |Write Comment

    TVS' latest flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR310, is their first ever full-faired offering, and promises a very sporty riding experience. We put it to the test on the MMST racing circuit in Chennai.

  • 2017 Kawasaki Z900 | Road Test Review

    Jun 18, 2017  |  Posted in: Kawasaki Videos |12878 Views |Write Comment

    The Z900 is Kawasaki’s newest naked in the country, and replaces the Z800. It uses a bigger engine, which is a downsized version of the Z1000’s and offers 125PS of power. The design is more modern looking than the Z800, and is curvier, with the stance of a litre-class motorcycle. The headlights are not LED units though the tail light is a Z-shaped LED unit. Performance from the inline four cylinder engine is explosive, and the bike can give superbikes a run for their money with its agility and mind numbing acceleration. In fact acceleration is so fierce you might have trouble keeping the front end down in the first three gears. The six-speed gearbox the engine is mated to is a slick-shifting close ratio gearbox tuned to offer excellent in gear acceleration for short quick rides. The chassis is a trellis frame which is lighter and is an evolution of the Z800’s with a new subframe. The upside down forks upfront and monoshock at the rear with a linkage are meant to provide a supple ride while not compromising on sporting handling. On paper it sounds very promising. Here we put the bike through its paces to tell you what it is capable of.

  • Kawasaki Z900 | Ninja 650 | Z650 | Ninja 300 | Versys 650 - First Look Video

    Apr 03, 2017  |  Posted in: Kawasaki Videos |472 Views |Write Comment

    Kawasaki India launched the new Z900, 2017 Ninja 650 and Z650 in India. It showcased the Ninja 300 and Versys 650 with new colours. Kawasaki launched three new motorcycles - the Z900, Z650 and 2017 Ninja 650 today. The Z900 and Z650 are naked streetfighter motorcycles while the Ninja 650 is a faired motorcycle offered from Kawasaki. The Z900 replaces the popular Z800 and priced at Rs 9 lakh with accessories (ex-showroom Delhi). The Kawasaki Z650 and the 2017 Ninja 650 have been priced at Rs 5.19 lakh and Rs 5.69 lakh respectively (ex-showroom, Delhi). Kawasaki also showcased the Ninja 300 and Versys 650 with new colours which have been priced at Rs 3.64 lakh and Rs 6.60 lakh respectively (ex-showroom, Delhi) . Kawasaki also announced that all the new motorcycles will get optional accessories including Akrapovic exhaust system.

  • 2017 KTM 390 Duke: First Ride Review

    Mar 11, 2017  |  Posted in: KTM Videos |10904 Views |Write Comment

    The new-for-2017 KTM 390 Duke promises to take the game forward with radical changes in design, chassis parts and features. The 390 Duke was always a sharp and mean looking motorcycle, but this is something else. The bike looks like a concept bike that has come to life. A nifty feature is MyRide which allows you to connect your smartphone to the screen via Bluetooth. You can control your phone's music functions while on the move. The new seats are both wider and longer and with the new, more compact fuel tank, you sit forward. The new riding position is sportier and more accommodating than before. The changes have added weight and the new 390 Duke is heavier by 5 kilos. What has changed significantly is the nature of the engine at low revs. It is now easier to ride the new bike in 3rd gear at speeds as low as 30kmph. There is an immediacy and more surge in power when you open the throttle. The mid-range feels even stronger thanks to ride-by-wire system. In terms of handling, the new 390 Duke feels more agile and sharper than before. It is a lot more flickable than before and easier to switch directions. The new 390 Duke is a more civilised version of the earlier 390 which in itself has evolved quite a bit since the first KTM's hit our shores. It does, however, retain that frantic demeanour, that typical KTM flavour veiled under layers of civility.

  • 2017 Yamaha FZ25: First Ride Review

    Mar 10, 2017  |  Posted in: Yamaha Videos |960 Views |Write Comment

    The FZ25 has garnered mixed responses, thanks in part to its rather simple-looking spec sheet. While it is upmarket in some ways, the FZ is surprisingly simple. The all-LED lights intend to dazzle the buyer with coolness. The FZ25 is powered by an air-cooled, 249cc, single-cylinder mill that makes 20.9PS of power and 20Nm of torque. Acceleration is punchy and the FZ25 is quick to get off the line thanks to the strong bottom end grunt. Fuel injection makes for a crisp throttle response and the FZ25 is quick to respond to inputs, which should help when slicing through traffic. On the whole, this is a likeable motorcycle, with its performance putting initial concerns of the FZ25 being a tad underpowered to rest. The handling package had a familiar feel, and in more ways than one, the FZ25 felt like its younger sibling. If you are looking for a 250cc naked motorcycle that’s not only good-looking and fun to ride but is also well-built and reliable, the Yamaha FZ25 should certainly be on your list.

  • Triumph Bonneville T100: Road Test Review

    Mar 01, 2017  |  Posted in: Triumph Videos |2234 Views |Write Comment

    In terms of price the new Bonneville T100 sits right in between the Street Twin and the Bonneville T120. Does it also blend the easy going Street Twin’s nature with the long legged feel of the T120?

  • 2017 KTM 250 Duke: First Ride Review

    Mar 01, 2017  |  Posted in: KTM Videos |10104 Views |Write Comment

    The 250 Duke was developed for South-East Asian markets specifically, but has now been launched in India as well. Its primary role is to slot in between the highly acclaimed 200 and 390 Dukes, and KTM says the 250 Duke could be a veritable upgrade for existing owners of the 200 Duke. It isn’t significantly expensive than the 200 Duke, and also distances itself significantly from the all-new 390 Duke’s pricing, which gets a lot more technology and equipment now. The 250 Duke’s design is inspired by KTM’s flagship naked, the 1290 SuperDuke R and similar to the new 390 Duke’s. The 250 Duke borrows the new chassis and higher end cycle parts from the new 390 Duke, which make it a lot more premium than the 200 Duke. On the performance front the 250 Duke uses a bored-down version of the 390 Duke’s engine, which is a 248cc, liquid-cooled single cylinder that offers 30PS of power and 24Nm of torque. With its all-new design, higher end cycle parts and better performance, is the 250 Duke really just an upgrade to the 200 Duke, or can it become a significant player in the 250cc segment? Here’s the answer!

  • Ducati Multistrada 1200S Road Test Review

    Feb 22, 2017  |  Posted in: Ducati Videos |324 Views |Write Comment

    Is the Multistrada 1200 really the all-rounder Ducati says it is? The Italian bike maker says the new Multistrada is not just an adventure tourer, but four motorcycles bundled into one. The bike is powered by the latest version of Ducati’s highly-acclaimed 1200cc, liquid-cooled V-twin engine that also powers its 1299 Panigale and the Diavel. With 162PS on offer, the Multistrada can shame superbikes in a straight line with its performance, while offering far better comfort to let you be in the saddle for hours at a stretch. Ducati also claims that as a motorcycle, the new generation Multistrada 1200 makes for a heady mix that will keep various types of riders enthused, taking care of wants like manic acceleration, supreme comfort, nimble handling, apart from its gorgeous, typically Italian design. Its direct rivals are the Triumph Tiger Explorer and the BMW R1200GS, though it also goes up against bikes like the Suzuki V-Strom 1000, Kawasaki Versys 1000 and the Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin. We put the fully-loaded Multistrada 1200S with the semi-active Ducati Skyhook Suspension through a thorough road test to assess it and see how well it holds true to the manufacturer’s claim, and the results are interesting!

  • Yamaha FZ25: First Look Video

    Jan 25, 2017  |  Posted in: Yamaha Videos |568 Views |Write Comment

    After making its enthusiasts wait for a long time, Yamaha finally rode in a bigger displacement streetbike in the form of the new FZ25. The 250cc displacement motorcycle is the most powerful motorcycle to be built by the Japanese two-wheeler giant in India. The Yamaha FZ25 has been priced at Rs 1,19,500 ex-showroom Delhi. The styling of the bike is reminiscent of the FZ series but understandably has larger dimensions. The chiselled and muscular styling of the Yamaha FZ25 will entice the youngsters who are the target audience for the new motorcycle. It is also the first offering from Yamaha India to be equipped with LED headlight. Watch our first look video of the new Yamaha FZ25 for more details about the new 250cc bike.

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