Ducati Scrambler 1100 First Ride Review

The new Scrambler 1100 comes in three variants – Standard, Special and Sport. The Scrambler 1100 can be mistaken for its 800cc sibling on a casual glance but a closer look reveals some defining features. The headlam...

2019 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS | First Ride

The Ninja 300 bikes from Kawasaki are like a gateway that leads you up towards a heaven of bigger sports bikes that can scare and amuse you at the same time. These 300cc bikes are there to give you a taste, a lesson...

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...

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...

Suzuki Burgman Street Road Test Review

We ride Suzuki’s latest Burgman Street maxi scooter in and around Delhi and explore what this new 125cc scooter has in store for riders.

Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500x road test review

Royal Enfield has always had a fan following among people made of a sterner stuff. Petite boys avoided buying it because it required you to be tough in all sense to own and ride one. Over the years, though Royal Enf...

Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin gearless and clutchless motorcycle | First Ride

It’s not very often that you get your hands on a motorcycle that comes without a gear shift lever and a clutch. So when the Honda CRF 1000L Africa Twin came our way, we were simply too eager to mount it and take it ...

Triumph Bonneville Bobber First Ride

The new Triumph Bobber motorcycle has an uncanny knack of being an exhibitionist no matter where you take it. Its raw and retro nature paired with an unmistakable 'bob job' design sets it apart from any other motorc...

Aprilia SR 150 Race First Ride

We got the new Aprilia SR 150 Race, donning the RS-GP inspired graphics. While I absolutely loved the Dark Knight styled colour scheme of the original SR 150 (I still do), the new graphics add a different kind of...

Aprilia SR 150 Road Test Review

The 150cc engine in the SR 150 is all about ferociousness. With max power of 10.4hp and max torque of 11.4Nm coming at relatively lower rpm levels this one is in the true sense a 'pocket-sized powerhouse'.

Benelli TNT 600 GT | Road Test Review

When I first laid my eyes on the Benelli 600 GT it reminded me a lot of the movie Rocky. The film is based around a struggling boxer Rocky Balboa who eventually ends up becoming one of the most celebrated boxers of ...

Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic | Road Test Review

Diverse cultures make up this beautiful country of ours. Many a times the tastes and preferences of people are revealed by the products they buy for themselves. Having ridden a whole bunch of bikes in my life, it’s ...

UM Renegade Sport S Road Test Review

Soon I found myself cruising behind the broad T shaped bars of a UM Renegade Sport S. The Sport S has a very urban look with crisp and clean lines running seamlessly along the edges of the bike. The Renegade Sport S...

TVS Victor Road Test Review

Enter 2016 and the standards of the common man have changed, no longer does he want just sheer mileage and convenience. Now he demands style and status as well. After all it’s an era of flaunting the good things in ...

Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Road Test Review: Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal, that’s what the Indian Roadmaster, the massive 1811 cc engine tourer motorcycle is all about. It is best ridden by a man the size of either Khali or Magnus Samuelsson. For record’s sake, Khali is 7ft 1 ...

Honda CB Hornet 160R (CBS) Road Test Review

Just like the cheetah the 160cc Hornet also has been purposefully equipped to achieve speed and maintain its balance. Pumping power into its paces is the 162.71cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine. T...

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...

Mahindra Mojo First Ride Road Test Review

Now let’s turn our attention to the new Mahindra Mojo. It’s a 300cc bike and it’s going into a segment where it’s only meant for the young. It’s a segment where the likes of KTM Duke’s are ruling the roost and the l...

Indian Chief Dark Horse Road Test Review

Ever fancied yourself in a Batman attire and going around town impressing all those beautiful lasses hanging around those cafes and shopping arcades? All this while it was kind of easy procuring a Batman costume but...

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 ...

Suzuki Gixxer SF Road Test Review

We first reviewed the Suzuki Gixxer on a rainy August day last year. The bike did not fail to impress us. The Gixxer had a unique styling, an edgy design and a rev happy 155cc motor. We were quite certain that it wo...

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...

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. ...

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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