New ar­rivals

Big bag­gers, su­per­sports and a moto-scooter — fresh rub­ber to burn!

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Al­low us to blow your mind with some fig­ures for this red hot Du­cati – 1285cc. 215bhp. 167kg (dry weight). 1287bhp/tonne. `1.12 crore. Now that we have got your at­ten­tion, al­low us to elab­o­rate on how Bologna does it. Take the 1285cc Su­perquadro (same as the 1299 Pani­gale) en­gine, re­place the steel lin­ers by cast al­loy and some ti­ta­nium con­nect­ing rods you have al­ready saved over 2kg. Dis­count an­other 1.7kg for the lithium-ion bat­tery. Add a car­bon­fi­bre frame, swingarm and even wheels (first ever on a pro­duc­tion su­per­bike). Tag along your Mo­toGP me­chan­ics and add Du­cati Power


Pay­ing ho­mage to the birth­place of Royal En­field in Bri­tain, the com­pany de­cided to re­lease three new colours for their highly suc­cess­ful Clas­sic 350 un­der the Red­ditch um­brella with the iconic Bri­tish red, green and blue colours. Launch to the pack­age. Bring in multi-ad­justable 43mm Oh­lins FL936 forks (1.4kg lighter than the ones on the Pani­gale R) and a multi-ad­justable Oh­lins TTX36 shock ab­sorber with a ti­ta­nium spring, which saves an­other 0.5kg. Now, sell your house as soon as pos­si­ble, as only 400 bikes are ex­pected to be sold!


Honda's cel­e­brated Uni­corn bike is now fully BS IV com­pli­ant with the same 162.71cc sin­gle-cylin­der air-cooled en­gine. The bike also gets Honda's HET tech­nol­ogy as well as AHO (Au­to­matic Head­lights On) sys­tem. The new Uni­corn re­ceives re­freshed graphic schemes as well as a new Matte Mar­vel Blue colour.

KTM RC 200 AND RC 390

Ad­her­ing to Euro IV norms, KTM brings the up­dated RC 390 to In­dia with a host of up­dates. Apart from the vis­ual cues, the bike gets ride-by-wire sys­tem, a larger front disc brake, span-ad­justable levers, a thicker pil­lion seat, a new mir­ror de­sign and an up­swept ex­haust ditch­ing the pre­vi­ous un­der­belly one (on the 390). The RC 200 just gets more of the orange palette in its cloth­ing and that is about it.


Honda 2 Wheel­ers In­dia had cre­ated quite a spark among many col­lege-go­ers with their NAVi in 2016 and it be­came an in­stant crowd favourite. To keep the mo­men­tum go­ing, Honda re­leased the Ad­ven­ture kit. The Ad­ven­ture NAVi gets the rus­tic brown treat­ment as well as a bash-plate and longer rear grab-rail.

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