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BIKE India July 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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Editor:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
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wide versus narrow

LAST MONTH SUZUKI LAUNCHED A 250-CC GIXXER AND AN UPDATED 150-CC GIXXER. The first ride on both these bikes was held at the Buddh International Circuit. After riding both the motorcycles everyone said that the 250 was not as nimble and quick to steer as the 150. Both the motorcycles share the same chassis with identical steering head angle and wheelbase, but one steers quicker than the other. Nobody knew why that was happening. The answer is very simple: the 250 runs on a wider set of tyres compared to the 150 and this slows the steering response. Fit the 150 wheels and tyres on the 250 and you will see that it is as quick and nimble to steer as the 150. Incidentally, today the “expert” opinion-making journalists are able…

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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…

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ducati streetfighter v4 prototype revealed

THE ITALIAN MANUFACTURERS HAVE GIVEN US A glimpse of their new Ducati Streetfighter V4 prototype that will be competing at the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. Winner of the 2018 edition of the race, Carlin Dunne will be riding the new Ducati Streetfighter V4 prototype at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb. The event will be held on 30 June 2019. The new prototype of the motorcycle is directly derived from the Ducati Panigale V4. Stripped of the fairing and fitted with high and wide handlebars, the Streetfighter will use the 1,103-cc, DOHC, 16-valve, Desmodromic 90°, Desmosedici Stradale V4 engine that is seen in the Panigale V4. Ducati wanted to give the crowd a naked-street version of the manic Panigale V4 and the “Race to the Clouds” has proved to be an…

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bike readers write

Is Heating an Issue? I read your magazine regularly. I happened to read your recent reviews of the Ducati Scrambler Icon and Desert Sled in which you had mentioned a big problem: heating. I currently own a Kawasaki Ninja 300 for street use. I have not done long-distances riding. I have been contemplating the Ducati Scrambler Icon for a long time. It is my dream bike, but I changed my mind again and again because of this issue. While riding in the city, to what extent, in your opinion, is heating an issue in the case of the Scrambler Icon? Karthik, Tamil Nadu Dear Karthik, As we mentioned in our review, heating is definitely an issue to consider when buying the Ducati Scrambler. Now, how badly it will affect one depends on one’s…

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suggest an appropriate bike

I am planning to buy a bike later this year during the festive season. My budget is less than Rs 2 lakh. My daily running is about 45 kilometres. Please suggest a good motorcycle to me. Personally, I like the Yamaha R15 V3 with ABS. My daily riding consists of about five kilometres within the city and about 40 km on the highway. My average speed remains around 60-65 km/h. I love sporty bikes. What would you advise me? Shuvam Das, via social media Hello, Shuvam, If you can extend your budget a little, the new Suzuki Gixxer 250 SF is a great option for you to consider. If not, you may definitely go in for the Yamaha R15 V3.0 since it is a model that you already fancy and will fit in…

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get in touch...

@bikeindia /bikeindia /bikeindia /bikeindia www.bikeindia.in bikeindia@nextgenpublishing.net Bike India, 201, Gera Serenity, CTS No 15, North Main Road, Koregaon Park, Pune 411001. NOTE Dear Readers, Thank you for the large number of letters! However, we request you to send them in a proper format. Firstly, please ensure that your letters are part of the e-mail itself, and not an attachment. Only pictures, wherever necessary, may be sent as attachments. Secondly, please mention the subject in the subject line. For example, if your letter is for the ‘Readers Write’ column, please mention READERS WRITE in the subject line. If it is a technical query to be answered by us, please mention TECHNO MAIL and so on. Otherwise your mail could land up in the spam bin. This will ensure that your letters and queries are published regularly. – Editor…

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