It looks as outlandish as it sounds. And then, when you throw in a 20-inch rear with a 250-section tyre to go with it, bizarre doesn’t even cut it. But then, this is the world of choppers, a world where ostentatious is normal and presence is everything.Read full review
It’s got proper head and tail lamps, it runs a temporary number, and it is allowed to run on public roads, albeit under special circumstances like a rally. But, sadly it isn’t on sale. And that makes me miserable because I am in love with the TVS RTR 450 FX. It’s light, fast, controllable and an absolute hoot in the dirt.
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Both get 110cc engines, alloy wheels, front disc brake and cost around Rs 60,000. But that’s where the similarities end.
The last two years have been miserable for me. My daily commuting time by car has increased from a total of 3.5 hours to 5 hours now, thanks to a never ending construction of a bridge enroute to work and the ever growing vehicle population in Mumbai. This has resulted in more fatigue and lesser time spent with family as I’ve been wasting hours in the traffic. I finally shifted to two-wheelers when the Yamaha FZ25 entered the BikeWale long term garage.Read full review
If I were to put it in the simplest, most straightforward way, I'd say the Multistrada 950 is the consolation prize. You wanted the 1200S, and who wouldn't? It's fast, it's comfortable, it's desirable and it really is many motorcycles in one. But then, spending over Rs 20 lakhs for it isn't everyone's cup of tea.Read full review