Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Ergonomics

Comfort is as important for a rider as performance. When it comes to naked street fighter bikes, the Indian consumer today has lot of options to choose from. For a rider its very important that his bike is a complete blend of comfort and performance which enables him a fun ride. The Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is hyped a lot for its comfortable riding posture and seat height, let’s find out how true is that. We take you to the ergonomics comparison of some of the most popular street fighter bikes in India and see which fares the best in every aspect.

The riding ergonomics are compared on parameters of forward lean angle and knee angle for a rider whose height is 5 feet 10 inches. The result shows that most of the motorcycles have similar riding posture with forward lean angle varying between 10-15 degrees and knee angle varying from 73-75 degrees. The Ducati Monster and KTM Duke 200 are only exceptions. The Ducati Monster has a forward lean angle of 22 degrees and KTM Duke 200 has a lean angle of 7 degrees. The Pulsar 200 NS has a forward lean angle of 10 degrees and a knee angle of 77 degrees to offer you a comfortable riding posture, not only this, the seat height of the bike is also more or less similar to its competitors.

The Pulsar 200 NS is the second generation of the successful Pulsar brand on Indian roads. The Pulsar has always been the first choice of many riders. The bike has always scored well in terms of performance and now with improved ergonomics its now a complete temptation for an enthusiast. Its a complete package in terms of ergonomics, usability and performance. Its anticipated that the Pulsar 200 NS will pick up good numbers for Bajaj Auto and will give a tough fight to competitors.

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Source – Throttle Quest and Cycle-Ergo