Honda CB300R | First Ride Review

A light machine, with the right amount of power and an eye catching retro modern look. That might sound too good to be true but the new Honda CB300R is exactly that. Are there any hidden worries that might not revea...

TVS Apache RR 310 Slipper Clutch | Track Test Review

We are no strangers to TVS’ flagship motorcycle, the Apache RR 310. We have spent a substantial amount of time with the vehicle and have admired it for its various virtues. Be it its race inspired design, its satisf...

Hero Pleasure+ |  First Ride Review

The Hero Pleasure has been the flag bearer for females looking for an entry level scooter that could help them zip around the city. It has been the reason behind the tag lie “Why should boys have all the fun?” But n...

Hero Maestro Edge 125 FI  | First Ride Review

The 125cc scooter segment in India has been witnessing a lot of fun activities recently. There have been a number of capable contenders that have surfaced and buyers have a lot to choose from. To further spice thing...

Hero Xtreme 200S Track Test Review | Motown India

The latest 200cc offering from Hero Motocorp is the Xtreme 200S, a faired sibling of the Xtreme 200R. We find out if it is worth the extra premium?

 TVS Apache RTR 200 4v Race Edition 2.0 | Road Test Review

We ride the slipper clutch equipped TVS Apache RTR 200 4v Race Edition 2.0 and ponder if the it is still the best bike to buy in the 200cc segment.

Yamaha MT-15 Track Test Review

The MT series by Yamaha consists of naked motorcycles that mean serious business. They are a tier above the FZ series we see on the Indian streets. This is why I was excited for the arrival of the latest and smalles...

TVS Radeon Road Test Review

Not too far from the world of fast bikes is one that is full of humble and sensible commuters. It is in this world that TVS has deployed their latest contender, the Radeon. This new bike finds itself in an arena tha...

Yamaha YZF R15 v3.0 Road Test Review

The Yamaha YZF R15 bikes have found immense success and love in the Indian market since the time they were launched. These are entry level racing machines from the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer that people have ...

BMW G 310 GS First Ride

When BMW India announced the price of the G 310 GS at Rs 3.49 lakh, I wondered why it was a lot more expensive than the TVS Apache 310 RR. After all, were not the two bikes built at the TVS Motor Company Hosur plant...

Kawasaki Vulcan S First Ride

The mid-size cruiser segment is not too crowded in India right now. But that is not to say that there aren’t any interesting products there. One of them interestingly is from a brand that is not exactly known for ca...

BMW G 310 R First Ride

It seems like Indian riders have waited eons for the much anticipated sub-500cc bikes from German automaker BMW Motorrad. That is why I personally felt that the BMW G 310 R had a lot to live up to when I first swung...

Triumph Street Triple RS First Ride

It has been almost a year since my outing with the Triumph Street Triple S- a middle-weight street fighter that I fell in love with. Since then I have ridden many more bikes offered by the completion and Triumph has...

TVS Apache RR 310 Road Test Review

It was a historic moment when TVS Motor Company and BMW decided to join hands to develop a sub-500cc motorcycle. The bikes would be the smallest entry from the German automaker and the biggest from the homegrown com...

Honda X Blade First Ride

Honda X Blade is the company’s third offering in the 160cc segment. It surely has the looks to woe in buyers but does it have the power to stand out from the crowd that comprises of both competitors and siblings?

Suzuki GSX-S750 Track Test Review

We got to ride Suzuki’s first sub 1000cc big bike in India, the GSX-S750 on the Buddha International Circuit and find out if it is indeed the ‘Apex Predator’.

Honda Cliq scooter First Ride

Honda Cliq, the cheapest two-wheeler rolling out of HMSI is a utility based scooter. We take a quick ride on it to see if this budget offering can become a threat for other two-wheeler manufacturers.

Ducati XDiavel S Road Test Review

The future of motorcycling has arrived. It takes the shape of a bike which combines the best of the cruiser world with the DNA and racing heritage of Italian stalwart Ducati. Christened the XDiavel, this motorcycle ...

Yamaha FZ25 first ride

Just when a few of us thought that Yamaha champ FZ16 seemed to be losing steam, the company has brought in a new bike to set the tracks ablaze. The strapping new champion is the FZ25. Well sculpted and bold, this...

Honda Navi Road Test Review

The Navi is powered by a 109.19cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4-stroke engine. The power output is 7.8bhp at 7000 rpm and the engine produces a max torque of 8.96Nm at 5500 rpm. We took the Navi to a top speed of ...

Mahindra Gusto 125 | Motown India Road Test Review

But this is no ordinary Mahindra vehicle mind you! It is the big boy’s Gusto from Mahindra Two Wheelers. I say big boy because it has a bigger engine which produces more power and torque. To be specific the new Gust...

Honda CBR 650F First Ride Road Test Review

The Honda CBR 650F does not blow its own trumpet. The sound from the underbelly, almost tucked away exhaust is kind of filtered and only begins to pick up scream intensity when you tug at the throttle. As the engin...

Yamaha YZF R3 Track Review

The R3 is Yamaha’s answer to competition in the 300cc segment and will take on contenders like the much in demand KTM RC390 and the mighty Kawasaki Ninja 300.

Yamaha Saluto Road Test Review

When you hear of brands like Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, etc the first picture that comes to your mind is a superbike or anything that would resemble that. While each of these manufacturers has a race horse of their own ...

Review of Indian Scout motorcycle

I had just about finished riding the Indian Chief Vintage and the experience was awesome. The bike was incredibly heavy but then it was thrilling too, especially when it paced on long stretches. It was a true Indian...

Indian Chief Vintage Review: The Maharaja

When you have a bike that is named Vintage, you get the feeling that this fella is old and beautiful and carries with him the glory of days gone by. Yes, the Indian Chief Vintage does carry the majesty and glory of ...

Mahindra Gusto

Mahindra Gusto

Oct 01 2014

There has been a great deal of chatter about this new scooter from Mahindra because of the claimed innovative design and features. Finally the time comes and we hop on to the refreshing and edgy new Mahindra Gusto. ...

Hero Electric Photon

Hero Electric has come up with yet another electric joy, the Photon. The electric scooter even comes with a remote lock, a novel feature in the two-wheeler industry in India.The juice flowing in the veins of the Pho...

TVS Scooty Zest 110cc

TVS Scooty Zest 110cc

Sep 27 2014

The new TVS Scooty Zest is all about youth and fun. Mind you, this one is not a commuter but commutes with a panache. You have to be really young at heart to ride one of these. The Scooty Zest is a no frills attache...

TVS Jupiter

TVS Jupiter

Feb 10 2014

Everybody will admit that scooters are the most utilitarian and convenient mode of urban transport. Just saddle up, twist and off you go. On a regular everyday run, you forget about performance figures and precise h...

Triumph Bonneville

Triumph Bonneville

Feb 10 2014

In the mind of a true motorcycling enthusiast, Triumph Bonneville, or better known as Bonnie, is an iconic name. Back in 1959, the days of the original Bonneville T120, this motorcycle was considered as the E-Type o...

Royal Enfield Continental GT

Siddhartha Lal, MD & CEO, Eicher Motors Ltd, envisions bringing back the joys of classic motorcycling to the young generations who seem to be oblivious of what it is all about. The Royal Enfield Continental GT is wh...

2013 Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Even today I fail to understand why the Royal Enfield Bullet continues to be the most loved motorcycle in the country. So much so that even today mass psychology dictates that the Bullet separates the men from the b...




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