Bike Reviews

2017 Triumph Street Triple S review

HIGHLIGHTS The 2017 Triumph Street Triple S comes with a price tag of Rs 8.61 lakh (ex-showroom) Propelling the middleweight bike is a new 765cc, inline three engine that makes 113PS of power With a dry weight of just 166kg, it’s a good option for novice as well as experienced riders Who doesn’t like the high revving feel and agility ... Read More »

2017 UM RENEGADE COMMANDO MOJAVE FIRST RIDE REVIEW

The Mojave is the second most expensive motorcycle in UM’s Renegade Commando range, and sits under the Classic.It looks identical to the standard Commando, save for its matte-finished sand brown paint job. It also gets a bigger leg guard to offer better protection. As far as accessories are concerned it gets a little pouch on the fuel tank for keeping documents ... Read More »

Triumph Street Scrambler Review

The Triumph Street Scrambler combines classic Bonneville design with adventure capability The all-new Triumph Street Scrambler is the latest entrant to the modern classic range of Triumph Motorcycles India. It’s got classic Bonneville styling with ‘scrambler’ credentials. And according to Triumph, the Street Scrambler is more than just a cosmetic upgrade on the Street Twin; this is one bike in Triumph’s range which ... Read More »

Triumph Street Scrambler Review

The all-new Triumph Street Scrambler is the latest entrant to the modern classic range of Triumph Motorcycles India. It’s got classic Bonneville styling with ‘scrambler’ credentials. And according to Triumph, the Street Scrambler is more than just a cosmetic upgrade on the Street Twin; this is one bike in Triumph’s range which meets a very niche demand of customers – ... Read More »

UM Renegade Classic First Ride Review

UM Motorcycles has launched two new models – the Renegade Classic and the Renegade Commando Mojave Edition in India. The launch of these two motorcycles was followed by a media ride where we got our hands on the UM Renegade Classic, and we got to ride the bike near Corbett National Park, in northern India. UM is a fairly new entrant in the Indian ... Read More »

Triumph Street Scrambler Review

The all-new Triumph Street Scrambler is the latest entrant to the modern classic range of Triumph Motorcycles India. It’s got classic Bonneville styling with ‘scrambler’ credentials. And according to Triumph, the Street Scrambler is more than just a cosmetic upgrade on the Street Twin; this is one bike in Triumph’s range which meets a very niche demand of customers – a motorcycle with ... Read More »

2017 DUCATI MULTISTRADA 950 FIRST RIDE REVIEW

Ducati’s new Multistrada 950 is a delicious idea. It takes Ducati’s idea of a road-biased, sporty adventure tourer to a friendlier, more affordable space. What makes it the Ducati Multistrada 950 even more tantalising is the fact that it’s price in India neatly splits the popular four-bike Triumph Tiger 800 range in half. The Ducati Multistrada 950 also represents a ... Read More »

2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 vs TVS Apache RTR 200 vs Yamaha FZ25

There was a time, not long ago, in the Indian two-wheeler space, where a 150cc, four-stroke motorcycle was considered the pinnacle of performance. Those of us who’ve spent our formative riding years on such machines craved for more… more power, sharper brakes, better handling. Oh, how things have changed! Today, 150cc bikes represent both commuter and the entry-level of sport ... Read More »

Top 6 Best 125cc Fuel Efficient Bikes In India: Comparison

These are two-wheelers which are neither purely mileage oriented and neither are they considered premium. Motorcycles belonging to the 125cc segment cater to those who want to strike a balance between fuel economy, style and decent performance. Also Read: The Best 125cc Scooters In India While not as crowded as the 110cc segment, there are still plenty of models to choose from, ... Read More »

Triumph Street Scrambler first ride review: Classic motorcycle with off-road abilities

In a time before mass produced dirt bikes the concept of the Scrambler was conceived. Junkies would strip their motorcycle of anything that made their bike slower. The result would be a motorcycle that could go faster and could shred its way through whatever hill climb, muddy berm or gravel flat-track that stood in its way. Keep in mind back ... Read More »