The UK company’s ‘heritage’ bike is a practical workhorse, and not meant to just glam up the garage
Meet the Triumph Thunderbird Storm. It’s a big, burly cruiser in the mould of the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy and it’s now on sale in India for a not inconsiderable Rs. 13 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Before we delve into the finer details of the Indian Chief, here’s a short brief on its maker, Indian Motorcycle.
Smaller, nimbler, better suited for city conditions. These were the words used by Harley Davidson while unveiling its Street 750 at the second India Bike Week at Goa over the weekend, writes K Hari Warrier.
The British cruiser is almost Japanese in handling, but is a true Pom at heart. We take a look
While Triumph had unveiled its line-up for India at the Auto Expo way back in 2012, the journey from showcase to showroom has taken rather long.
We look at three recent launches that target the male rider
It was perhaps time that Royal Enfield brought something new to the field, and it did so in style a couple of days ago, when it launched the Continental GT, a café-racer, in India. We take a look.
Kawasaki launched its Ninja ZX-14R at the Tokyo motor show in 2005, replacing the outgoing ZX-12R at the time.
When Triumph rose from its ashes 21 years ago, the last thing its brand-new owner John Bloor wanted to be associated with was a standing air-cooled twin.
TVS Motor Co. is quite a veteran in the Indian scooter space. The south Indian two-wheeler major already offers a capable range of small capacity automatic scooters in India that cater to a wide variety of customers.
KTM's new flagship, the 1290 Super Duke R, is ready to race. We head to Spain for a mauling by “the beast.”
Kawasaki is building their portfolio in India since 2009, when they started out with the Ninja 250R. Today Kawasaki has the Ninja 300, 650, ZX-10R and ZX-14R on sale in the country.
Six people, two of them teens, were shot and another person was injured at a Laundromat on Chicago's South Side on Monday evening, officials said.
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