Bike Reviews

Harley-Davidson LiveWire Electric Motorcycle Unveiled

Harley-Davidson has unveiled the production version of its first electric cruiser and it is expected to go on sale in 2020. The Harley-Davidson LiveWire made its debut as a concept at the EICMA 2018 motorcycle show and at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2019, the American motorcycle maker had announced that it will take pre-orders for its first electric model. Harley-Davidson intends ... Read More »

BROMPTON ELECTRIC BIKE REVIEW: REMARKABLY PRACTICAL

Brompton makes divisive bikes. The aesthetic of the company’s miniature folding bicycles is best defined as Raspberry Pi meets Google Cardboard, appealing to a sense of nerdy utility, not emotion. Bromptons are revered and reviled with equal vigor, and the company’s first electric bike — launching in the US this week — will only intensify that. Every e-bike designer struggles with ... Read More »

Revolt RV400: 5 Things Which Make It An Exciting Electric Bike

The Revolt RV400 is the first electric motorcycle from Revolt Motors, an electric vehicle start-up headquartered in Gurugram. Revolt Motors is founded by Rahul Sharma, former co-founder of Micromax Informatics. The Revolt RV400 is an entry-level commuter electric motorcycle which will have several unique features, and will be the first electric motorcycle with artificial intelligence, synthesised sounds and a swappable ... Read More »

Triumph Street Scrambler Review: Manageable Fun? | The Kranti Sambhav Review

Kranti Sambhav sets out to find out what differentiates the Triumph Street Scrambler from the deluge of scrambler motorcycles in India and if it is worth spending your money on. Triumph Street Scrambler Do you think millennials will be seen roaming around in bell-bottoms, à la Amitabh Bachchan, anytime soon? I, for one, reckon there’s a mild possibility of those ... Read More »

2019 TRIUMPH STREET TWIN ROAD TEST REVIEW

In just about three years since its launch, the Triumph Street Twin is already one of the most important members of the Bonneville family. It has helped the British bike maker catch the attention of younger buyers (as opposed to older ones who are the traditional target customers for the Bonnie) and Triumph claims to have sold over 18,000 units ... Read More »

2018 HUSQVARNA VITPILEN 701 REVIEW – SIMPLY, BEAUTIFULLY SWEDISH

The Vitpilen – Swedish for ‘white arrow’ – comes in two flavours, the LAMS-approved 401, and big-cheese 701. They both lean on sister builder KTM for engines, with the former using the Duke 390 and the latter the Duke 690 mill. This surely helped expedite development and the three years between concept and production have been spent dialling in the ... Read More »

CES 2019: Novus Electric Motorcycle Unveiled

German electric motorcycle company Novus has unveiled a new electric motorcycle at the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 in Las Vegas. The bike looks like a cross between a bicycle and a moped, with skinny wheels and tyres and no lights, or number plate. The electric bike has one of the most innovative carbon fibre frames ever seen on a production ... Read More »

Top five B-segment cars on CarWale in 2018

The fast-changing Indian automotive industry has recently witnessed strong positive growth in the B-Segment. By this, we mean that Indian customers have started opting for the feature loaded and spacious hatchbacks over the entry-level small cars from the A-segment. Popular models from the A-segment, like the – Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, Renault Kwid and the Datsun Redi-Go will continue to ... Read More »

Mahindra Marazzo scores four stars in global NCAP

The latest rounds of global NCAP test results are out and the Mahindra Marazzo has scored four stars in adult occupant protection. However, in child occupant protection, it has only managed to score two stars. The Marazzo that was used in the crash testing had front seatbelt pretensioners, dual front airbags, seat belt reminder (driver only), ISOFIX child seat mounting ... Read More »

Mahindra Marazzo scores four stars in global NCAP

The latest rounds of global NCAP test results are out and the Mahindra Marazzo has scored four stars in adult occupant protection. However, in child occupant protection, it has only managed to score two stars. The Marazzo that was used in the crash testing had front seatbelt pretensioners, dual front airbags, seat belt reminder (driver only), ISOFIX child seat mounting ... Read More »