Triumph have provided new colours and other cosmetic updates to the 2014 Bonneville range and to the Thruxton and the Scrambler.
While the Bonneville’s 865cc parallel-twin remains unchanged, the 2014 model gets a 17-inch front wheel, a lower seat (740mm), a redesigned exhaust system, revised fuel tank decals and new colours, including black, silver, white and blue. The engine barrel blocks and cylinder heads on the 2014 Bonneville now feature machined cooling fins and minimized oil cooler lines (through the use of a solid black treatment) to “accentuate the classic British twin engine.” The bike’s seat has been redesigned for improved ergonomics and a grab rail is now fitted as standard.
The new Bonneville T100 gets white / gold and black / red paint schemes, a redesigned, louder, exhaust system and grab rail and chain guard as standard equipement, while the T100 Black gets full-on black-out paint for almost everything – the wheels, handlebars, suspension components, mudguard stays, mirrors and grab rail etc.
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To mark their 50th year in the US, Suzuki Motor of America have announced the limited-production 2014 GSX-R1000 SE.
Only 100 units of this bike will be produced, 50 of which will be sold in the US. “Built around the Suzuki GSX-R1000 that has won more AMA Superbike Championships than any other motorcycle in the class, this SE model adds singular style that is most evident in the polished and chrome-plated frame, plus the machined and polished chrome rims with clear-coated blue spokes,” says a press release from Suzuki.
The 2014 Suzuki GSX-R1000 SE features bits like blue wheel spokes and ram-air intake ports, anodized blue fork tubes, fork adjusters, steering stem nut and the ring surrounding the tachometer, a polished exhaust and muffler combination finished with a black anodized end cap, blue-coloured chain, and clutch cover, generator cover and rear shock spring finished in blue. The bike >> Read More
Having already been introduced to the Duke 200 by KTM, many Indian bikers have been waiting for this movement.
The KTM 390 Duke is finally here and much like its younger sibling, the 200 Duke, Bajaj has got the pricing for this street naked spot on as well. The 390 Duke is priced at Rs. 1.8 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi, which makes it significantly cheaper than the Kawasaki Ninja 300 and almost on par with Honda’s CBR250R. This is an introductory price, however. The 390 Duke uses the same cycle parts including the chassis, suspension and the wheels as the 200 Duke, but an all-new engine means it is of a higher capacity, and also way more powerful now.
Powered by a 375 cc engine, this naked sportsbike, Duke 390, will deliver 45 bhp power! and being just 139 kgs in weight (14 kgs more than Duke 200), it has a power to weight ratio of 340 PS/ton, which is unlike anything Indian auto industry has ever seen.
Besides a more powerful engine, the 390 Duke can also be distinguished by its orange frame and new Metzeler rubber. The bike comes with ABS as well, even though the brake sizes remain unchanged compared to the 200 Duke. Other changes >> Read More
Its here Bikers! After a Long wait. Today Bajaj has launched the Ninja 300 in Pune with a Pricetag of Rs.3.5 Lakhs Ex-Showroom Delhi and will be available immediately for Sale. The bike will be available in 2 colors – White and Green
According to Bajaj, Ninja 250R will be discontinued and Ninja 300 is much better than 250. This Version is without ABS but accordibg to the company they can introduce ABS when there is enough market demand for it.
Kawasaki Ninja 300 looks more like a thing of future. The front sharp twin headlights of this bike broaden its face which helps this bike to get a fascinating look. Its long V-shaped pointed visor mounted with black colored rear view mirrors makes it look aggressive and sporty. It has an edgy front fender which is short in size but adds flavor to its front designing.
A truly outstanding combination, the Ninja 300 Performance adds a whole host of Kawasaki Genuine Accessory features to create a very special and purposeful machine. The color coded pillion seat cover is joined by a race style bubble screen plus wheel rim tapes and a gel tank pad. The final touch is a >> Read More