Hi team, I had watched almost all your videos and letters on bikes. Which would be great among TVS Victor, Hero Splendor Pro and Hero Splendor iSmart?
I need to ride for about half an hour every day with my mother as a pillion. So, I need to know which one is more comfortable for both pillion and rider. Gixxer or Hornet?
Please refer the official website for TVS Apache RTRs. The latest Apache RTR 160 spec reads maximum torque – 13.1 Nm @ 4000 RPM. But the older model produced the same at 6000 RPM. Which one is right? Max torque @ 4000 RPM for a performance bike is a big joke. I think it’s a … Read More
Encashing the sentiments the Maruti launched it New Vitara Brezza with much fanfare on 8 March 2016. Preempting heavy booking for this vehicle, I deposited the booking amount on the day of launch. The actual deliveries commenced by Maruti, exactly as scheduled on 21st March 2016. My booked ZDI+ dual tone variant was delivered on … Read More
Guys, I have been thinking off late that the grip levels of well laid roads are depleting. When went deeper into the matter, apart from the dust, muck and road condition I found that some contractors use adultered TAR (mixing crude oil residue to tar) and so it makes roads more slippery during rains or … Read More
I am a beginner. And I didn’t drive bike at high speeds. But I want a best looking bike and confused between Duke 200 and RC 200. I like Duke very much but I think RC 200 is really good looking bike. But many reviews says that RC has a super sporty seating posture so … Read More
Hello friends, I am currently on the lookout for a tyre change in my Thunderbird 350. It currently rides on stock MRFs. But I need something that gives more grip even at the cost of FE and tyre life. Please pour in your suggestions. BTW the front tyre is 19-inch and rear is an 18-incher.
TVS has been very successful in selling mopeds in India for the past 25 years, and is now the sole player in the very segment. My doubt is that, if there is an engine, there has to be a transmission of any sort right? It either has to be a conventional shifting manual gearbox or … Read More
0-100 km/hr is something which excites all of us bikers (not sure how car guys react to acceleration numbers) but it’s crucial we know which bike does what time. Sadly though, doing a 0-100 km/hr run seems like a difficult job for experienced and high budget media organisations like Overdrive and Autocar. Case in point. … Read More