Yes, you heard it right! There is no official announcement from KTM India yet, but our sources have informed us that the company is planning to introduce the slipper clutch for the RC motorcycles.
The Benelli BN 302 is a 300cc naked motorcycle which will be one of the first few motorcycles that the iconic Italian marque will launch in India. Italian motorcycles are well known for their impressive looks, and the BN 302 doesn’t disappoint in this aspect. The BN 302 is powered by a 300cc parallel-twin engine, which produces 37bhp and 27Nm of torque through a six-speed transmission. Suspension duties are performed by 41mm inverted forks at the front and an adjustable offset monoshock in the rear. Check out the picture gallery of the Benelli BN 302.
Yamaha has released the second instalment of its teaser series, which officially confirms that the next-generation YZF-R1 will be unveiled at the next month’s EICMA Show in Milan, Italy. The video, titled ‘Nothing stays the same’ hints at a radically different motorcycle, which would take the battle of superbikes to a whole new level.
Last week, Kawasaki unveiled its middleweight motorcycle based on the popular ER-6n and the Ninja 650 platform, the Vulcan S. The youngest member of the Vulcan family of cruisers, the Vulcan S is powered by a retuned version of the 649cc parallel twin engine which is also used in the Kawasaki Versys 650 and ER-6n. Despite being low on power, the new engine has better low-end and mid-range torque to aid the motorcycle’s cruising ability. The base version of the Vulcan S retails at USD 6,999 (Rs 4.29 lakh) while the ABS variant will set you back by an extra USD 400 (Rs 24,471). Check out the detailed picture gallery of the Vulcan S.
Bosch is working on a new ECU technology that could revolutionise the way information is displayed to the user. Bosch is working on a new motorcycle electric control unit (ECU) that can connect to the rider’s smartphone via Bluetooth.
Ducati has taken the wraps off its new engine – the Testastretta DVT (desmodromic variable timing). It is the Italian manufacturer’s first engine with variable timing of both, the intake and the exhaust camshafts.
If rumours are to be believed, then we won’t see the KTM E-Speed making its way to the global market anytime soon. First revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show, the E-Speed created a lot of buzz around the electric scooters and was expected to see the production line in 2015.
By now, most of us know about these three alphabets “H2R”. If you are one of those who use the internet once in a week, then you should read this article before reading further. We are assuming that now you know what we are talking about. It is the Kawasaki Ninja H2R!
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has laid the foundation stone of its new plant which will come up at Vithalpur, Gujarat. Once completed, it will be the Japanese manufacturers' fourth plant in the country and is touted to become the world’s largest scooter plant.
Kawasaki has officially lifted the covers off the new Vulcan S at the 2014 AIMExpo in Orlando, US. Based on the ER-6N naked motorcycle, the Vulcan S is an entry-level middleweight motorcycle and sits at the bottom of the intimidating Vulcan cruiser range.
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