Ceat Zoom Rad
Fast Bikes India|February 2018

The new rubber helps Hrishi get his knee down and dirty, while keeping it all tidy

The definition of a premium ‘sporty’ motorcycle is changing. People are bypassing the 150cc premium commuters and heading straight to the more powerful 200-400cc range of motorcycles. And that obviously ups the challenges for the component manufacturers as well. Our in-house professional stunter’s Bajaj Pulsar NS200 comes with bias tyres and when Ceat sent us a Zoom Rad rear tyre, Hrishi was excited to improve his cornering game. Who better to tell the story of tyre performance than a stunter whose life is spent on one wheel or with the knee kissing tarmac?

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