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BIKE India April 2019

BIKE India has fixed that urge with a truly adrenaline-pumping passion magazine that caters as much to the super-bike fanatic as to man-on-the-road commuter. Dedicated in its entirety to the country’s burgeoning biker community, the magazine is emerging as a biker’s bible, not just in India, but across Asia. BIKE India magazine is produced by die-hard motorcycle enthusiasts with over 25 years of hands-on experience, who strive to deliver unbiased and extensive reviews of latest two-wheelers produced across the globe.

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triple crown for rookie twain

AFTER A LULL OF THREE MONTHS, THE WORLD SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP (WSBK) kicked off in Philip Island, Australia, and the MotoGP season kicked off in Qatar. History of sorts was created by Alvaro Bautista and the all-new Ducati Panigale V4 R. It was a race for the V4 Panigale. It was rookie bike and rider that claimed the triple crown of the super pole, race one, and race two. Bautista is a rookie in WSBK but has come from MotoGP and this just proves that the standard of MotoGP is much higher than that of WSBK. I wish one of the sport channels starts broadcasting the WSBK races live. For the first time, we saw the Japanese rider, Kaito Toba, win a Moto3 race. In fact, Kaito is a product of the…

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bike india

Editor Aspi Bhathena Executive Editor Sarmad Kadiri Copy Editor Deepak Upadhye MotoGP Editor Mat Oxley International Contributors Roland Brown, Glynn Kerr Principal Correspondent Jim Gorde Senior Correspondent Harket Suchde Correspondents Anosh Khumbatta, Joshua Varghese, Zal Cursetji Art Director Ramnath Chodankar Head Design & Production Ravi Parmar Designers Santosh Wadhai, Sandeep Naik Senior Photographer Sanjay Raikar Staff Photographer Saurabh Botre Contributing Photographers DPPI Production Supervisor Dinesh Bhajnik Administration Executive Roshni Bulsara Publisher Marzban Jasoomani CEO Hoshang S Billimoria Circulation Manager Kapil Kaushik (North and East) Subscription Supervisor Sachin Kelkar Tel +91 22 43525220 E-mail: subscriptions@nextgenpublishing.net General Manager Operations Ellora Dasgupta (North and East) Deputy General Manager Operations Chanchal Arora (North and East) General Manager Girish Shet (South)…

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2019 honda cbr650r priced below rs 8 lakh

HONDA HAVE OFFICIALLY BEGUN accepting bookings for the middleweight bike at their “Wing World” dealerships across 22 cities for an initial amount of Rs 15,000. The CBR650R will bear an ex-showroom price tag of just below Rs 8 lakh and it will replace the CBR650F. Once launched, the “R” will compete with the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 650 and even the Suzuki GSX-S750. The 2019 Honda CBR650R was first shown at EICMA 2018. Its aggressive styling resembles the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade, the company’s flagship model. The 2019 Honda CBR650R looks sharp with a new twin-LED headlamp and a sporty full fairing. It also comes with a fully digital instrument cluster, which marks a noticeable upgrade over the CBR650F’s twin-pod digital console. Powering the CBR650R is a slightly more powerful version of…

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aprilia 150-cc bike: indian launch confirmed

WE HAD REPORTED EARLIER THAT PIAGGIO HAVE PLANS TO ENTER THE small-capacity sports bike market with a 150-cc motorcycle by their premium brand, Aprilia. This new venture will put them up against the likes of KTM, TVS Motor, and Yamaha: a tough market to be in. The company had showcased a couple of small-capacity motorcycle concepts at the Auto Expo 2018, the RS 150 and Tuono 150, a sports bike and street bike respectively. The response to these two motorcycles was quite favourable, hence the decision to enter said market with motorcycles based on these two concepts. Well, somewhat. Diego Graffi, Managing Director of Piaggio Vehicles India, told a leading business daily that the company’s initial plan is to launch a 150-cc sports bike in about a year’s time, followed by…

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bosch bullish about two-wheeler business in india

PLEASED WITH THEIR SUCCESS IN THE COUNTRY, BOSCH INDIA HAVE announced their intentions for the market. Geoff Liersch, Head of Two-wheeler and Powersports Business Unit, said that Bosch would continue investing in dedicated motorcycle and power sport technologies. In a country where two-wheeler riders account for more than 30 per cent of road fatalities, safety is the need of the hour. Bosch propose to tackle this problem with a three-step solution. The first of these caters to keeping the motorcycle stable in tricky situations, using technologies such as ABS (anti-lock braking system) and MSC (motorcycle stability control). The second one focuses on advanced rider-assist systems (adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and blind spot detection) while the third one is all about connecting the motorcycle to the environment by enabling it…

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cfmoto set to enter india soon

CHINESE AUTO-MAKER CFMOTO IS SAID TO HAVE ENTERED INTO a partnership with Hyderabad-based AMW Automobiles in order to set up sales and service infrastructure in the country. CFMoto began operations in 1989 in Hangzhou, China, and has currently established a worldwide presence. The company holds many major motorcycle development and manufacturing contracts from players across the globe, the most valuable being a joint venture with KTM. Reports suggest that AMW Automobiles are set to launch the entire line-up of CFMoto bikes, which include a single-cylinder 250-cc, a naked motorcycle called the 250NK, a 400-cc twin-cylinder motorcycle called the 400NK, and two 650-cc twin-cylinder motorcycles called the 650NK and its tourer edition, the 650MT. All their motorcycles are set to be launched in India, but for one, a 150-cc single called the 150NK.…