In 2023, the Indian market witnessed a lot of two-wheeler launches including many all-new models, sub brands, affordable premium motorcycles and even big updates of existing products. Following extensive discussions with our team and the jury, we have identified the following 2024 MotorBeam Awards winners in the two-wheeler category.

Harley-Davidson X 440

Bike Of The Year – Harley Davidson X440

A Harley Davidson motorcycle for India! Also the first motorcycle from the Hero-Harley partnership setting the stage for budget premium motorcycling experience.

Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 Details

Viewers’ Choice Bike Of The Year – Royal Enfield Himalayan 450

Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 received the maximum votes in our poll. The new generation Himalayan has gathered a lot of attention in the Indian market.

Hero Xoom Price

Scooter Of The Year – Hero Xoom

The brand new Hero Xoom received a lot of praise as a value-for-money sporty design scooter. Also the cornering light function is too cool.

Ultraviolette F77 Shadow

Green Bike Of The Year – Ultraviolette F77

Setting a benchmark in performance while being electric, the Ultraviolette F77 does deserve this amazing award.

2024 KTM Duke 390 Atlantic Blue

Enthusiasts’ Bike Of The Year – KTM 390 Duke

A performance motorcycle that revolutionised Indian market earlier and now with the Gen 3 update it is a dream for performance enthusiasts.

Bajaj Logo

Manufacturer Of The Year – Bajaj Auto

Bajaj Auto as a manufacturer has shown potential by updating most of the vehicles in the past year and launched new motorcycles in collaboration with KTM as well as Triumph.

Honda Shine 100 Black with Blue Stripes

Update Of The Year – Honda

Introducing sub-brand updates for scooter and motorcycle with launch of Shine 100 and Dio 125 as new products in an already competitive segment.

TVS Apache RTR 310 Price

Design Of The Year – TVS Apache RTR 310

With an introduction to the naked version of the Apache 310 series, a design language that brings out sportiness and street fighter behaviour from the core.