After the Chief, the Scout

The Polaris-owned US bike-maker has introduced its first liquid-cooled bike, a 1.2-litre urban cruiser

Harley-Davidson's Softail Breakout reviewed

Set your eyes on the Harley-Davidson Breakout for the first time, and you see a low, muscular and an almost menacing profile.

Benelli's TNT 899 reviewed

Most people wouldn’t guess that the Benelli TNT 899 is a decade old bike by looking at it.

Kawasaki's new ER-6n reviewed

It turns out Kawasaki’s big bike portfolio is steadily evolving at a welcome pace in India, with each successive motorcycle pretty much at the top of its game, even in terms of the crucial affordability factor.

Cruise control

There is a triangular contest on the long roads. HT takes a look

Triumph Thunderbird LT reviewed

The LT in the name may stand for ‘Light Tourer’, but this bike is a full size, 2.5-metre long, 380kg heavyweight even in the world of oversized cruisers.

Mahindra's Gusto reviewed

Mahindra Two-Wheelers have just launched their all-new scooter – the Gusto – built for Indian and international markets, and first introduced here in India. It is created from the ground up and developed completely in-house by Mahindra Two-Wheelers R&D division

Suzuki Gixxer: Suave surprise

Japanese co has a lot riding on the bike’s slender frame. Will it hold up?

KTM's new RC390 reviewed

A detailed impression from behind the handlebars of India’s most eagerly anticipated sportsbike for 2014.

Suzuki's new Gixxer reviewed

To date, Suzuki’s performance in the Indian motorcycle market makes for a good barometer of just how tough it is to make a mark here.

TVS' new Scooty Zest 110 reviewed

The Scooty Zest 110 is TVS Motor Co's latest automatic scooter, joining the company's Wego and Jupiter, all sharing the same engine capacity.

Triumph's Tiger 800XC

Adventure bikes are all about conquering terrains rather comfortably.

A Yamaha that doesn’t race?

FZ-S Despite fuel injection, 2.0 doesn’t quite set the streets on fire
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