You must have seen the tech-laden motorcycles used by cops in developed countries. Gabriel Zuzarte, founder of Road Rage Custom Builds, is working towards developing something similar for Mumbai Police. His first working model will be launched in August 2013.
Indian, the oldest American motorcycle brand, is scheduled to enter India within the next one year. Founded in 1901, Polaris Industries bought the brand in 2011. The news about India launch was revealed by Pankaj Dubey, Head, Polaris Industries India.
The very exciting Freedom Riders Asia tv series is now almost here, with Episode 1 being telecast on STAR Sports on Sunday 19th May at 9 pm. The Adventure Travel series is a Fox offering collaborated with Shell Advance Motorcycle Oil.
Combustion of fuel results in the emission of dangerous pollutants which include nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide and other volatile organic compounds. A new study now reveals that staying next to a busy traffic junction, can increase the risk of diabetes in children.
World’s largest two wheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp Guatemala City, El Salvador and Honduras. The iconic Indian motorcycle brand has partnered with Indy Motos Group of Guatemala to launch their motorcycles in these new markets.
44 year old mechanical engineer from Nottingham, Sam Pearce has literally reinvented a new wheel design, Loopwheels. These wheels are set to go on sale from September 2013 for a price of Â£600.
Mahindra Two Wheelers associate sponsor for Rajasthan Royals in 2013 IPL. Available in 4 variants, the entry level Pantero is available at a price of Rs 39,650 (ex-showroom Delhi), with the higher end bike costing Rs. 43,150.
Cops in the city of Bangalore are probably the first in the world to implement a new scarecrow technique for humans, aimed at keeping traffic offenders at bay. Card board cutouts of traffic cops have been erected at busy intersections across the city of Bangalore.
Mahindra Pantero entry level variant launch price Rs 39,650. The new entry level model joins three other variants of the Pantero, which were introduced in January this year, in a price range of INR 40,550 to INR 43,150.