Bike India - April 2015
Fueling the passion that pervades the biking scene in the country, BIKE India is produced by hardcore motorcycle enthusiasts with more than 25 years of hands-on experience in motorcycling and its associated culture. It is a magazine that respects, and also encourages huge amounts of reader participation in its features, in a way allowing every reader to identify with its character.
EXCLUSIVE Yamaha’s litre-class weapons
INDIA EXCLUSIVE FIRST RIDE
Ducati Diavel Carbon
TESTED :- KTM RC 390 & RC 200
Benelli TnT 600 GT & TnT 600i
Harley-Davidson Project LiveWire
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On Two Wheels and a Prayer
As he reaches India, the half-way point in his solo round-the-world project from Australia to Estonia, Tyson Cable writes about his impressions thus far Story & Photography: Tyson Jon Cable I was born and brought up in the remote desert area of the north-wes...
Easy on the Pocket – Honda Unicorn 160
The day I picked up the new Honda Unicorn 160 from the Mumbai showroom, I fell in love with it. I had ridden from Pune to Mumbai on an Activa 125 and was excited to ride this new Unicorn. Although it looks different from its predecessor, it still retains its core...
Scoot Shoot: Honda Activa-i v TVS Jupiter v Yamaha Cygnus Alpha Comparison Test
The scooter is the psychological antithesis of the motorcycle. Whereas the motorcycle has evolved into a transportation tool that is increasingly focusing on riding pleasure, the scooter has evolved into a more practical tool for the dyed-in-the-wool commuter. We...
MV Agusta on a roll: New Engine, Models on the cards
The Italian exotic bike maker is all set to launch a slew of new models, including a completely new four-cylinder engine. MV Agusta, the Italian bike marque, recently shared with the world their plans to introduce a completely new four-cylinder engine and 19 new m...