Italian two wheeler makers Piaggio are keen to expand their portfolio in India. Just launching the Vespa S premium scooter in Mumbai at a price tag of INR 75,424 the company’s next launch is an exclusive Piaggio Vespa 946 which is expected to launch in June 2014 at an astounding price just shy of Rs 10 lakhs.
Chile Rights and You (CRY) is Indiaâ€™s leading organization on child rights. A special event was held at the Gurgaon Cyber Hub to draw awareness to need of the hour of putting children first. The event saw a total of 20 Harley Davidson bikers taking part in a 50 km rally to press for childrenâ€™s needs during the upcoming general elections.
Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited, among the leading two wheeler makers in India and subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corp of Japan, has extensive plans for new launches in India.
AAM Aadmi Party candidate from Chandigarh, Gul Panag is riding around on a Royal Enfield Bullet during her election campaign. The former Miss India and AAP Chandigarh Lok Sabha Seat Candidate Gul Panag was spotted astride a Bullet at Colony No 4 Industrial Area in Chandigarh on Thursday.
Harley-Davidson Street Bob for Smaaash Goalie Guacamole Challenge winner, Sunil Chhetri hands over key
Having won a Golie Guacamole Challenge at SMAAASH inMumbai, Henderson Dias was presented with the keys to a brand new Harley Davidson by Sunil Chhetri, Indiaâ€™s football captain and Bangalore FC striker.
Yamaha is all set to enter the 250cc motorcycle segment with its new R25. To compete with the likes of CBR 250R, Ninja 300 and yet to be launched Hero HX250, Yamaha R25 takes inspiration from Yamaha MotoGP race bike, better known as M1.
Spotted earlier this year on NH4 along with its cousins, the new Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS was again spotted testing recently. Expected to replace the current Pulsar 150, upcoming 150 NS, shares its overall design with Pulsar 200 NS which is the most sporty naked street bike in the Bajaj Pulsar line-up.
Sold in many countries, the Pulsar is one of the best selling motorcycle nameplate in the world. Arguably the best Pulsar till date, the 220 was first introduced in India by Bajaj Auto back in 2007. First made-in-India motorcycle for India, to use clip-on handle bars, rear disc brakes, and a fuel injection system, Pulsar 220 FI was easily the bike-to-buy for those who wanted to upgrade from Pulsar 180 or Hero Honda Karizma.