The newest addition in the Pulsar family is the Bajaj Pulsar 180F. It is the standard Pulsar 180 underneath but wears clothes of its elder sibling – the Pulsar 220F. The half-faired motorcycle is priced at Rs 86,490 and we take a look at what other options a buyer has in this price range.
The company has made its comeback after a short hiatus with the launch of its adventure tourer, the TRK 502. The motorcycle is available in two variants including the Benelli TRK 502 and the TRK 502X. The former is a road-biased tourer priced at Rs 5 lakhs while the latter is an adventure model which costs Rs 5.40 lakhs, both being introductory prices.
Benelli recently launched the TRK 502 and TRK 502X in India. While the bikes do have similar names and engines, they serve completely different purposes. We tell you the differences between the TRK502 and TRK502X.
After releasing two teaser images earlier, Lightning Motorcycles has revealed some more information about the upcoming Strike electric motorcycle. The manufacturer has teased two new images, one that shows the bike’s riding position and a second one that's a snap of the new electric motor.
Beside Triumph’s launch of 2019 Street Scrambler and Street Twin, Bajaj’s and Suzuki’s future plans are intriguing. In that case, we do a quick round-up of the last week’s most interesting two-wheeler stories.