Triumph, one of the fastest growing luxury motorcycle manufacturers in India has sent out mails teasing a new motorcycle. It says ‘Stay Tuned, We are adding another member to our family!!’ The message couldn’t have been any clearer. But the question here is that
KTM RC 390 and RC 200 have been expected in the Indian market for a long time and these motorcycles were finally launched on Tuesday. These motorcycles offer the engines that you find on the Dukes but in a much sharper and sportier package.
The bike culture in India is huge, the level of prestige in owning a high-class bike can be compared to owning a lavish car, to highlight the power of bike fanaticism in the country, the Bike Festival of India (BFI) has launched a joint
It seems that Enough is not Enough for KTM. The Austrian bike manufacturer made us cry tears of joy when it launched the Duke 200. Later, it had us an insane laugh about the spec sheet of the Duke 390. We were hardly settled
KTM stirred the Indian 2 wheeler market when it launched the ‘Duke 200′ years ago. The aggressive pricing, unique style language and the outstanding performance of the Duke 200 made the bike enthusiasts go nuts. It not only provided a new platform for biking
Before TVS launched its Apache, it was mere the Scooty which the company was known for. In those times a big chunk of India population did not have an enthusiasm for bikes. Later, after Bajaj changed the Indian biking scenario with its Pulsar, it
Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) has been trying very hard to get a hold in the Indian 2 wheeler market. The company has been surviving in this industry because of the decent sales of its scooters. The sales figures of the motorcycles of
It is true that the commuter segment of motorcycles in the Indian market has a wide range of motorcycles to choose from. Sometimes it feels like there are so many different kinds of motorcycles available to buy that the launch of any new commuter