Fast Bikes India - February 2021Add to Favorites

Get Fast Bikes India along with 5,000+ other magazines & newspapers

Try FREE for 7 days

bookLatest and past issues of 5,000+ magazines & newspapersphoneDigital Access. Cancel Anytime.familyShare with 4 family members.

1 Year$99.99

bookLatest and past issues of 5,000+ magazines & newspapersphoneDigital Access. Cancel Anytime.familyShare with 4 family members.
(Or)

Get Fast Bikes India

Buy this issue $0.99

bookFebruary 2021 issue phoneDigital Access.

Subscription plans are currently unavailable for this magazine. If you are a Magzter GOLD user, you can read all the back issues with your subscription. If you are not a Magzter GOLD user, you can purchase the back issues and read them.

Gift Fast Bikes India

  • Magazine Details
  • In this issue

Magazine Description

In this issue

The February 2021 issue of Fast Bikes India is headlined by the Triumph Trident! The Trident is set to the British motorcycles maker’s most affordable motorcycle yet and is scheduled for an India launch in March. With a 660cc in-line triple mated to a new chassis with familiar components from Showa and Nissin, can the Trident become a new stepping stone for riders looking to progress to bigger machines? We ride it on highways, as well as twisty roads in the UK to find out. Closer to home, we have set the national record for the fastest wheelie over a quarter mile astride the Bajaj Pulsar NS 200, certified by the FMSCI and India Book of Records. This record was months in the making, with resident stunter Hrishi Mandke training both mentally and physically for the attempt. Read the full story of how it went down, the challenges we faced and how we pushed through and made it happen. We’ve got all the coverage of the Dakar in this issue as well. Hero MotoSports had a bittersweet outing. Indian rider C S Santosh had a bad crash that put him out of the rally, while his teammates Buhler and J-Rod put in top 15 performances. TVS Racing’s Harith Noah pulled of a spectacular 20th place finish — the highest for an Indian yet. We get talking with him, about his journey up the ranks in TVS Racing, prepping for the Dakar in a difficult 2020 and what it was like to make it to the finish line this year. Ashish Raorane participated in the Malle Moto class and had a rough ride himself, crashing out but then chasing to restart when he could and make it to the finish line. We even have a brilliant photo-story by Ishaan Bhataiya that tells the story of the Dakar through the lens of a photographer. All this and more inside!

  • cancel anytimeCancel Anytime [ No Commitments ]
  • digital onlyDigital Only
RECENT STORIES FROM FAST BIKES INDIAView All