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The annual Two-Wheeler Special is an 80-page cracker of an issue packed with in-depth analysis, exclusive interviews and industry sales numbers. We reveal the findings of the Autocar Professional-Frost & Sullivan white paper on the Indian two-wheeler industry, which provides many a clue to the growth path OEMs can take in what is a disruptive era. We also have exclusive interviews with Y S Guleria, Senior Vice-President and Operating Head, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, who reveals plans for an all-new platform designed to drive growth in the BS VI regime. Meanwhile, Diego Graffi, MD and CEO of Piaggio Vehicles, spills the beans on two new products to come from the company’s stable. The OEM which made all the news in the fiscal just gone by is Bajaj Auto, which recorded blistering growth in both domestic and export markets. Find out just how. Benelli is also eager on the Indian market. Vikas Jhabakh, Benelli India's managing director, reveals plans on dealer expansion, ensuring quality aftersales service, introduction of the Leonciono modern classic, developing a highly localised Imperiale commuter cruiser and lots more. India Yamaha Motor is also gunning for speedy growth, looking to gain from the growing demand for premium motorcycles as well as the burgeoning 125cc scooter market, for which it could be developing a new product. Oops, we let you into a secret! Two-wheeler and safe riding go hand in hand, which is where the life-saving helmet comes into focus. If the alarmingly high number of two-wheeler road fatalities in India is to be reduced, it is imperative that all new two-wheelers are sold accompanied by a quality helmet for both rider and pillion. The ball is now in the industry's court. There's of course business to be had: 100 million helmets will be the annual demand in India, which is what our special feature says. All this, and much more in the latest issue.

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