British motorcycle marquee, Triumph has been eyeing the Indian market for some time now. It all started at the 2012 Delhi Auto Expo, where they revealed their motorcycle line-up and launch plans for India. They even released the price of their motorcycles, but, never launched them. Now, they are back again, with a promised to enter India by end of Q3 2013.
Frenchman Francois Gissy has set a new world record. He has hit a speed of 263 kmph (163 mph) on a hydrogen peroxide powered rocket, making him the fastest man on cycle, and his bike the fastest cycle in the world.
Well timed for the festive season in India, Bajaj Auto will be launching their fastest Pulsar yet, in the form of Pulsar 375. The new Bajaj sportsbike promises to be bigger, faster and sportier than ever. Here are the first spy shots of this mean machine.
Yamaha Motor India announced the launch of three new two wheeler’s earlier today. The first is an automatic scooter, Ray Z. It is priced from Rs 48,555. The other two are new offerings of their 150 cc SZ series in the form of entry level SZ-S and premium SZ-RR which are respectively priced at Rs 59,500 and Rs 62,500. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
Yamaha is expected to unveil their new automatic scooter, Ray Z in Goa today. But before the official announcement, the first images of this new ‘MALE’ specific scooter has leaked online. Here are the first images of this new Yamaha, which offers dual toned theme and sportier appeal.
Bajaj Auto has expressed thrill over the recent decision of Government of India, which states that quadricycles like RE60 are now permitted to ply on roads within city limits as public transport. Bajaj now plans on increasing their pace to launch the RE60, which will compete with three wheeled rickshaws.
A young trainee accountant, has managed to cause an uproar on twitter, where she posted about knocking a cyclist off while driving. Her tweet not only mentions the crime, but also arrogance boasted by the 21 year old, as she has the right of way because the cyclist does not pay roadtax, #bloodycyclists.
The first India Bike Week drew the attention of 6,400 biking enthusiasts and 3,000 bikes from across India. This event, which was held at Hill Top in Vagator, Goa is all set to hold its second round on the 17th and 18th of January 2014 at precisely the same venue.
Pune based two wheeler giants, Bajaj Auto recently lost their No 2 position in the Indian two wheeler industry to Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India. In order to increase the competition, and regain their No 2 position, Bajaj Auto has planned a series of new launches over the course of next 12 months, this includes 2 new Pulsar, and 6 new Discover variants.