We have already ridden the RR 310 BTO on the race track and liked what it had to offer there. But now, we’ve put it to the test in conditions it will be used the most- in the city, on the highway, and twisties. So let us tell you five reasons to buy the motorcycle and two reasons to avoid it.Read full review
Not only does it make the motorcycle right for your weight and riding style, it also makes a race track or a section of your favourite road feel nicer than it ever has. But there’s a caveat - you better know how to make that suspension work for you. Read full review
For 2021, TVS has kept its focus on improving the performance of the Apache RR 310 and aims to take on the updated KTM RC 390 that is due this month. So, what are these changes? And how have they made a difference to how the RR 310 performs on the track? Let’s find out.Read full review
These are the new TVS EuroGrip Protorq Extreme tyres. TVS Tyres says that these are high performance motorcycle radial tyres, and these have been designed with outright cornering grip in mind. Now, I know many of you would scoff at that, and it’s fair; after all, when was the last time one heard EuroGrip or TVS Tyres and cornering grip mentioned in the same sentence. Read full review
I know what you are thinking… didn’t these guys just review the same bike? Well, yes and no. We did review the TVS Apache RR310 Cup race bike. But, it was the 2018 edition. And we did so during the course of attending the California Superbike School India, not in a race situation. So, to correct that, we went back to the MMRT. Only this time, we rode the newer version of the bike, and that too as part of the race weekend.
Two years after its launch, TVS has provided the first big update to its flagship motorcycle, which supposedly inches it closer to the race-spec version. So, to test out the difference that these new additions have made, we rode the updated Apache RR 310 at TVS' home race track; the MMRT in Chennai.Read full review
The Apache RR Cup will remain etched in my memory forever. No, it’s not the quickest, most awesome motorcycle I have ever ridden. But, it is the bike that I rode to pass my final set of challenges in order to become a motorcycle riding coach. Here’s how it unfolded…