Bike Reviews

A German bike company could turn the entire industry on its head

No industry has been entirely immune from the disruption brought on by online shopping. But so far, the high-end bicycle business has mostly remained in brick-and-mortar bike shops. This week, however, an anticipated direct-to-consumer bike brand from Germany called Canyon comes to the U.S., a move that may have a marked effect on the industry. The main players in the bike ... Read More »

GARMIN FENIX 5X REVIEW

Garmin has never let size get in the way of technology when it comes to GPS multisport watches. They pack it in and expect everyone to deal with it. And for four years, we’ve done just that. Then, in January 2017, the company officially announced that its top-of-the-line Fenix 5 series of watches would ship in three sizes — the ... Read More »

Honda Africa Twin First Ride Review

The legendary Honda Africa Twin is back! And this time it’s in India and in full automatic form. The Honda CRF1000L, or Honda Africa Twin as it’s popularly known, made its global debut last year, and promises a very capable adventure bike, with off-road manners inspired by its thoroughbred dual purpose and rally-oriented origins in Honda’s global line-up. Does it have what ... Read More »

Yeti SB-6 Turq X01 Eagle review£7,527.00

BikeRadar verdict “Searingly expensive, but an outstandingly composed, quiet and hyper-fast trail weapon”   Highs: Excellent geometry and immaculately poised pedal efficient but high control suspension   Lows: Eyewateringly expensive, doesn’t suit ‘slammed’ feel riders   Buy if: You can afford one of the fastest, most sorted all rounders on the market The SB-6 frame isn’t just a seasoned campaigner at the highest ... Read More »

Review: 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber — 1930s’ Bob-Tail Styling With Modern Triumph Tech

The Triumph Bobber is the fifth motorcycle from the new Bonneville lineup. It is one of the most popular motorcycles from the British manufacturer and perhaps the most niche model of all. We took the Bonneville Bobber for a short spin in the city and also on the open tarmac to see what exactly the #Bobberlifestyle is, and here is ... Read More »

FIRST RIDE / REVIEW

2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS160 review, test ride 26th Jul 2017 5:33 pm The brand new Bajaj Pulsar NS160 has been designed to take on the premium, sporty 150-160cc segment. We get astride and find out what it’s all about. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 was one of the first motorcycles to really kick off the performance 150cc segment in India. Powerful, muscular ... Read More »

Review: Triumph Thruxton R — Classic Full-Blooded British Cafe Racer

The new Bonneville range is the best selling series of motorcycles for the iconic British bike maker till date and it has created some niche models. One of these models is the Thruxton R, which, is among the best looking cafe racers around. We took the cafe racer from Triumph for a spin in the city and on the highway ... Read More »

RadCity electric commuter bike review: Affordable, urban, green, and just plain fun

Seattle is a popular city for commuting to work on a bike and in May 2016’s Bike to Work month event, I captured the honors for most miles rode with over 451 miles completed. That month motivated me to continuing biking to work and one year later I took it to the next level with the purchase of my most ... Read More »

Ducati Scrambler Café Racer photo gallery

The Scrambler Café Racer is the latest addition to Ducati’s Scrambler range of air-cooled retro motorcycles. The top-of-the-line variant in the family, the Scrambler Café Racer, is a direct rival to Triumph’s modern classic – the Bonneville T100.  Here is a photo gallery of the Ducati Scrambler Café Racer – The Scrambler Café Racer harks back to the racing motorcycles of the 1960s, and ... Read More »

2017 BAJAJ PULSAR NS160 ROAD TEST REVIEW

Looks are important, right? In a day and age where Instagram and Facebook feeds are enhanced with filters and what have you, it’s obvious that good looks grab attention. Bajaj seems to have realised that it needed a bike that’s appealing in order to lure the style conscious, 150cc+ motorcycle buyers. Enter the Pulsar NS160. Design and build The Pulsar ... Read More »