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  • SOL SX-1 Dirt bike helmet introduction
    SOL SX-1 Dirt bike helmet introduction

    Dirt riding in India is still in a nascent stage but tempting enough for a lot of riders to make their bike off-road friendly. Off-road tyres, custom bash plates and weight reduction are the few things we do to our otherwise road motorcycles. To go with the overall style, there’s a need of an off-road helmet. Getting a good dirt-bike helmet is equally difficult especially when there are limited brands in the affordable segment.

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  • Honda Africa Twin Ride Photo Gallery
    Honda Africa Twin Ride Photo Gallery

    It’s just been a day since our Honda Africa Twin review went live and there’s already a lot of hype surrounding this adventure bike. While only 50 bikes have been allotted in the first lot, Honda has promised to bring a few more once all the bikes are delivered to its customers in November. However, the chances of Honda selling the bike for the same price is highly unlikely. Meanwhile, here are a few pictures of this automatic adventure bike from Udaipur. 

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  • 5 things our review revealed about the Honda Africa Twin
    5 things our review revealed about the Honda Africa Twin

    The versatility and a price tag of Rs 13.06 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi), makes the Honda Africa Twin a tempting affair. We recently rode it in Udaipur and were highly impressed with what it has to offer. Here are five aspects of the Africa Twin that caught our attention. 

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  • Honda Africa Twin First Ride Review
    Honda Africa Twin First Ride Review

    The Africa Twin is a litre class go-anywhere motorcycle from Honda that landed on Indian shores two months ago. It has come at a time when there has been a good growth in the adventure bike segment which is currently being ruled by the Triumph Tigers. This tall, handsome, red Japanese motorcycle is available only in DCT (Dual Clutch Transmission) version because Honda felt that the USP of automatic gearbox will provide a great marketing advantage. Inspired from the legendary Paris Dakar Rally and its predecessors, this Africa Twin promises to change the adventure biking segment in India and for good.

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  • Ducati Multistrada 950 Competition Check
    Ducati Multistrada 950 Competition Check

    Over the years the name ‘Multistrada’ has become synonymous with adventure touring. As Ducati launched the Multistrada 950 in India, we take a look at how it plays against its rivals, the Triumph Tiger XRx and the Honda Africa Twin.

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  • What else can you buy for the price of a Honda Africa Twin?
    What else can you buy for the price of a Honda Africa Twin?

    ‘The Africa Twin’ is revered by adventure motorcyclists around the world, due to its legacy. The original Africa Twin, the Honda XR750,was based on Honda's hugely successful rally bike - the NXR750, which won the Paris-Dakar Rally four times in the 1980s. The new Africa Twin’s styling has taken many cues from Honda’s popular CRF Rally bikes and the original Africa Twin.

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  • Honda Africa Twin Competition Check
    Honda Africa Twin Competition Check

    The adventure touring segment has become one of the fastest growing segments in the motorcycle industry. The launch of the Honda Africa Twin also known as the CRF1000L marks the return of the ‘Africa Twin’ moniker to the segment, made famous by the XR750 which was a four-time winner at the Dakar rally. With numerous entries from the segment in the Indian market, we take a look at its direct rivals, the Triumph Tiger 800 XCx and the soon to be launched Ducati Multistrada 950.

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  • Honda Africa Twin launched at Rs 12.9 lakh
    Honda Africa Twin launched at Rs 12.9 lakh

    The Honda Africa Twin has been launched in India at Rs 12.9 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Dealers have started accepting bookings for the adventure touring motorcycle for a token amount of Rs 1 lakh, with just 50 units being available in the first lot. 

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  • Honda Africa Twin to be launched in India in July
    Honda Africa Twin to be launched in India in July

    The adventure bike segment saw a good growth in the last few years, thanks to the bikes like the Triumph Tiger and the Kawasaki Versys range. The segment will definitely find more takers when Honda launches the Africa Twin in July. 

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  • Big Rock MotoPark: big fun on dirt bikes
    Big Rock MotoPark: big fun on dirt bikes

    We went back to school - actually, it was the first time for any of us at a dirt riding school. We chose Big Rock MotoPark, the brainchild of CS Santosh, arguably the foremost dirt rider in the country. Here's what happened. 

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Honda Africa Twin[2017]

Honda Africa Twin[2017]

  • Displacement999.11 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)85.9 bhp
  • Kerb Weight245 kg
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Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 13,18,982