The last week didn’t bring along any new two-wheeler launch but there was a lot about the upcoming products like Bajaj Pulsar 250 Eclipse edition and the Royal Enfield Hunter 350. We also did a special review of the YZF R15 V4 World GP anniversary edition. If you couldn’t stay up to date with these stories, here’s a quick round-up.
Royal Enfield is almost ready with the Hunter 350 as the motorcycle will be launched in India real soon. And since we seem to know quite a bit about Royal Enfield’s future plans and were more than happy to share them with you, we disclosed some exclusive details about the Hunter 350. Click on the story link for all the details.
Bajaj teased a new variant of the existing Pulsar F250 on Pulsar’s official Instagram handle. It will be dubbed the Eclipse Edition and boast a new paint scheme. As the name suggests, it might sport a stealthy black finish with another lighter colour for contrast. We expect the Pulsar F250 Eclipse edition to debut very soon.
After its recent sighting in India, the 2023 KTM 390 Duke was spotted testing again last week but overseas. The new test mule reveals quite some design and mechanical details of the upcoming model. The test mule features some design tweaks, a new sub-frame, and a revised hardware package similar to the 2022 RC 390. To know more, click on the story link above.
The Honda CB350 twins will soon be introduced with new colour schemes in India. Now, the H’ness CB350 will get a paint called Matte Massive Grey comprising matte grey on the fuel tank and side panels. On the other hand, the CB350 RS will be launched in a new blue colour that features on the fuel tank with minimal blue-accented branding on the side panel.
As a toast to its diamond jubilee in the world of racing, Yamaha unveiled the World GP 60th Anniversary Editions of its big guns- the R1, R7 and R3 last year. But how could they leave out the R15 that brings in a significant chunk of its sales? Even though we have ridden the standard and M variants of the R15 previously, we felt this special edition needed a section of its own.