We have all been exposed mostly to one type of bike engine i.e. Single cylinder engine found in most of the motorcycles. But there is lots of variety in type of engines that are used in motorcycles. Know what they are? Read on.
While everyone enjoys riding their motorcycle, do we ever give a thought to the drive type we are using and why? We guess not. That is why this article to explain benefits and disadvantages of each drive type.
AlphaVector, an Indian cycle brand, has launched a new range of KTM bicycles in the Indian market.
The options available are the Chicago series 272 and Chicago series 292 costing Rs.39,999/-. Chicago series is ready for any adventure, no matter on the trail or for the daily trip to office or school. The robust and light frame offers best performance on the trail. Extended top-tube lengths, slacker head angle makes the bike real stable the faster you go. This multipurpose bike offers a wide range of use. The integrated cables inside the frame makes it appears even more fancy.
where as the Ultra series with two models Ultra Fun 292 and Ultra ride 29T costing RS. 53,999/-
Suzuki India has launched the BS6 version of its hugely popular Suzuki Vstrom 650. This is the first big bike from Suzuki in India to be launched in the BS6 avatar.
What seems surprising is there is no change in the looks or mechanicals yet the price has been hiked by more than 1.3 lacs for the BS6 Vstrom 650XT . The previous-generation BS4 V-Strom 650XT used to retail at about Rs 7.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), which makes the BS6 version quite expensive.
The 650XT remains one of the most affordable adventure tourers out there in the market.
Below are the specs of the India bound BS6 Suzuki Vstrom XT
2021 KTM 250 Adventure is powered by a 248.8 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled Fi engine making 30 horsepower and 24 Nm torque, also gets a dedicated off-road mode.
Priced below the 390 Adventure, and closer to the Himalayan and the BMW 310S, the motorcycle has been launched at a sticker price of Rs. 2.48 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi), it is based on the highly popular Duke 250. It will compete against Royal Enfield Himalayan, which is priced close to Rs. 1.96 lakh and BMW G310 GS BS6 that costs around Rs. 2.85 lakh.
As for the design, the KTM 250 Adventure is ditto to the 390 Adventure and is built on the lightweight
TVS Motor Company introduced its new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V with dual-channel ABS, a motorcycle with innovative segment-first features.
The new TVS Apache RTR 200 4V motorcycle is engineered with three ride modes, namely Sport, Urban and Rain. This intelligent system will enable riders to shift between ride modes on the fly, using the ride mode switch on the handlebar.
· The Urban Mode accounts for the engine power delivery tuned to deliver optimum power and control to tame the urban jungle, with the ABS optimised for a quick response.
· The Rain Mode primes the ABS to deliver the maximum response with a strong lever pulsation feel. It triggers the ABS to come in early, for perfect response in w