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.
The TVS Motor Company already has a strong presence in the scooter segment, with its Scooty Pep Plus, Streak and Wego seeing success over the years.
Bajaj has introduced its new Discover 100M, 'M' for mileage, the drum brake variant of which is priced at Rs. 46,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi), while the disc brake equipped 100M will retail at Rs. 49,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Yamaha’s FZ-S has been a part of our long-term fleet for a few months now. Many staffers have taken a liking to the capable streetbike, so it’s proven tough to hop onto the saddle of this bike.
KTM 390 DUKE Big brother is here. And everyone is putting down money to book one. Is it worth the hype?
First shown at the Indian Auto Expo almost two years ago, and having since wowed crowds at prestigious International motor shows including Long Beach, California, Royal Enfield’s eagerly anticipated café racer, the evocative Continental GT has finally broken cover.
Harley-Davidson’s Project Rushmore has been in the pipeline since the past couple of years, aiming to improve H-D’s bike line-up based primarily on customer feedback.
Sadashiv Amrapurkar's short height and squeaky voice made him your common man, but whenever he appeared on screen he sent shivers down the spine with his intense performances. Here is a list of his top performances.
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