Bike Reviews

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 »

2017 Hero Glamour FI review

The bike actually looks all-new and a bit bigger as compared to its predecessor The 125cc commuter segment does not get quite the limelight in the Indian two-wheeler market. People tend to either go for a 100-110cc mileage churner or a better performing 150-160cc premium commuter. However, there are two models trying to break the league with an optimum combination ... Read More »

Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L review: Big bike, bigger adventure

HIGHLIGHTS The easy handling characteristics of that big bike in city traffic was a great surprise The new DCT features multiple modes to suit different situations The new 1000cc parallel-twin serves the purpose well with the impressive amount of torque The Honda Africa Twin (CRF1000L) was launched a couple of months ago Dual sport or adventure motorcycles are essential part of the ... Read More »

Bajaj Pulsar NS160 First Ride Review

Bajaj Auto took its time to introduce a premium 160 cc motorcycle to play in a segment which has seen increasing sales over the past few years.  In fact, the premium 150-160 cc segment now claims more than one-third of the total sales of motorcycles up to 400 cc, so it became even more imperative to have a product in this ... Read More »

Review: 2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber – Specs & Price

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 bike for a short spin in the city and also on the open tarmac to see what exactly the #Bobberlifestyle is; And here is what ... Read More »

2017 Triumph Street Triple S Review

The roadsters, or naked bikes, as they are also called, aren’t everyone’s cup of tea, so to say. This seems to be the case, more so in India, where full-faired sportbikes seem to be more the order of the day, when it comes to the ‘sporty’ side of motorcycle buying decisions. But then again, these ‘nakeds’ have carved a niche ... Read More »

2017 Ducati Scrambler Café Racer

So much more than mere looks We pulled in front of the Starbucks at Molito Alabang to indulge in one of the most hedonistic, guiltiest pleasures of riders. From the dealership, we fueled up on gas and, you guessed it… Coffee. We had our drinks while staring at the bikes. “We’re at the World Motorcycle Headquarters, Starbucks,” I regurgitated the old ... Read More »

2017 Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled review, test ride

A few good things have come from this era of hipster revolution, thinks Sherman Nazareth, astride the retro-styled Desert Sled. Has Ducati’s Scrambler finally earned its true off-road stripes? Located in the South of Spain, the quaint little town of Almeria sits on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and boasts of perfect weather for the most part of the ... Read More »

2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000R First Ride Review

Rocketing down the straight at Kari Motor Speedway in Coimbatore, I have just about enough time to take a quick glance at the speedo, before it’s time to slam on the brakes, downshift three cogs and open the throttle, as we take the sharp right-hander on the first corner. The Brembo monobloc calipers grip the 320 mm twin discs, the ... Read More »