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BIKE India September 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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Idioma:
English
Editor:
Next Gen Publishing Limited
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1 min.
no light at the end of the tunnel

The Indian automobile industry is going through one of the toughest times. The sales figures are sliding month on month and there is no solution in sight; if anything, things are only going to get more difficult with the implementation of Bharat Stage VI norms coming into force from next year. All the new two-wheelers will become more expensive once they are upgraded to BS VI specifications. For the last one year, the sales of two wheelers have been sliding and the government has done nothing to arrest this decline. The new hefty traffic fines are meant to deter traffic violators, but, at the same time, this will lead to an increase in the rate of chai-pani. I would like to know what the hike in the fine is for two-wheeler riders…

4 min.
retro-styled yamaha xsr155 breaks cover

THIS NEW, COMPACT AND OLD-SCHOOL BIKE HAS CAUGHT OUR attention. The Yamaha XSR155 is essentially based on the popular YZF-R15 and MT-15 range of bikes, neatly packaged in a retro avatar. The XSR155 was recently launched in Thailand and, more interestingly, has been priced less than its 155-cc siblings. This makes it a very tempting proposition and we sincerely hope that Yamaha bring it to India soon. Don’t be surprised if you spot familiar cycle parts such as the Deltabox frame, die-cast aluminium swingarm, 17-inch alloy wheels, and identical braking system. The power-plant has not been altered either, and the 155-cc single continues to churn out 19.3 hp and 14.7 Nm of torque, and is mated to a six-speed gearbox with a slip-and-assist clutch. The changes include a neo-retro round LED headlamp,…

5 min.
launches

Benelli Leoncino 500 With its styling inspired by classic motorcycles, the Leoncino 500 has been priced at Rs 4.79 lakh (ex-showroom). Powering this motorcycle is a 500-cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin that churns out 47.5 hp at 8,500 revolutions per minute and 46 Nm at 6,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are taken care of by a 50-mm USD fork at the front and a monoshock (preload and rebound adjustable) at the rear. A pair of 320-mm discs and radially mounted four-piston calipers provide braking at the front while a single 260-mm disc handles duties at the rear. It also gets switchable dual-channel ABS. The motorcycle will be offered only in two colours for now: Steel Grey and Leoncino Red. The Leoncino 500 has no direct rivals…

1 min.
readers write

Best Bike for Rs 1.5 lakh Can you please tell me which is the best bike available within a budget of Rs 1.5 lakh? Tarun Bhandari, via social media Hello, Tarun There are a number of decent options to choose from. It all depends on the type of bike you want. In terms of naked bikes, you have the TVS Apache RTR 200, Bajaj Pulsar NS200, and Yamaha FZ25. There is the KTM 125 Duke if you want something smaller and lighter. There’s also the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 if you want something retro and the Yamaha YZF-R15 if you’re looking for something more sporty. All of these bikes will fit into your budget. We can’t give you a definite answer until you narrow your parameters a little more.…

1 min.
get in touch...

@bikeindia /bikeindia /bikeindia /bikeindia www.bikeindia.in bikeindia@nextgenpublishing.net 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…

2 min.
motul’s number one fan

My love for and dedication to Motul began in the year 1985. I used to love bikes a lot from my childhood and as I grew up, that fascination only increased. I came across MotoGP and gradually became a fan of Kevin Schwantz and Suzuki. Both inspired me a lot and I made up my mind that I too would follow all the sponsors that were on Schwantz’s bike, especially Motul. Kevin is my inspiration and my idol. I never stopped following him in MotoGP until he became world champion in 1993. The same goes for all future Motul partnerships. One fine morning I was travelling by road and came across a Motul dealer. I stopped my car. I was so happy to see Motul in India. I immediately bought one can…