India is rapidly and gradually advancing towards the faster and futuristic motorcycles as the new generation emphasizes their interest in powerful and attractive bikes rather than being most fuel efficient or low maintenance machines. Two-wheeler manufacturers from different parts of the world are planning to set their market in the country as well as our domestic manufacturers are also ready to compete with them. In near future, the streets will be filled with the appealing and aggressive machine like:
Biking is becoming very common in several areas around the world. The fame of bicycles is credited to the ever increasing cars that endlessly put a lot of stress on the transport network hence leading to irregular traffic growl ups. Bikes are also seen by many people as the best way forward to fighting the negative effects of pollution as well as another form of exercise. This has led to the bike along with the biker becoming very high-tech savvy to improve the biking experience. Below are the five best high-tech biking accessories:
All the big two wheeler companies from different countries are looking towards the Indian market. What is the reason? Answer is, the Indian two wheeler market became the largest two wheeler market of the world. Which is attracting companies and increasing the competition in performance bike segment as well as commuter segment. Currently, many high performance bikes are competing in this market to get the number one position. Some of the bikes are competing on the basis of their affordable price, some on the basis of good looks and some on the basis of their high power.
The Chennai based iconic motor bike maker Royal Enfield is more like a phenomenon to the bikers of the nation. Royal Enfield's tale started back in 1883 in England. Post independence, Indian Govt. was looking for rigid bikes to be used in patrolling on our borders and they choose the RE bikes for this. The bikes was started to being assemble in Chennai. The England based company ceased the production in 1971, however its Indian counterpart start to manufacture bikes, later Eicher bought the rights to manufacture bikes under the name Royal Enfield in 1995.
Italian automaker Piaggio is known for its iconic scooter brand Vespa, which the company started to manufacture in 1946. 'Vespa' is an Italian word, which means wasp, remember that Vespa TVC, in which it converts in a scooter from a cocoon. The company got the concept of making a scooter as a utility two wheeler from Cushman scooters, which was being used by the defense forces world wide. The first design of the company was called MP5 and the scooter remained only a prototype. The founder of the company rejected the design and decided to make a new design. The new design was MP6, which came to existence. The design is so impressive and relevant that even after 7 decades the iconic Vespa 98 has been reckoned as the 12 best industrial designs of the 20thcentury.
When the monsoon comes, the scenes of nature start calling you. You want to feel the beauty of nature, cool breeze and the smell of fresh mud. There is no better thing than riding a bike in the season of monsoon. But its also true that the maximum accidents happen in the monsoon. Also the maximum problems in our bike occurs during this season. So before going to take relish of this amazing season on your bike, you must have to do a few things for your and your bike's safety. Its true that the safe riding is necessary during monsoon and its also true that finding a mechanic is very difficult in this season. So before going for a safe ride, its better to make a proper checkup of your bike and collect a few things which can help you in the way.
The Indian market is world's largest two wheeler market and most of the share of the market has been taken by commuter bikes. However in past few years, Indian people are attracted towards the Superbikes as well. The Superbikes are those bikes, which have more than one cylinders in the engine and their size is bigger than regular commuters. A superbike can be a racing sport bike, a cruise bike, a naked bike or a touring bike. When it comes to the Superbike brands, Triumph is a prominent name, the iconic Bitish motorcycle company. Triumph is world reckoned company for its power packed machines. The company is the largest motorcycle manufacturer of UK. At the moment, Triumph motorcycles are not available in the Indian market but now, they are looking towards the Indian market.
Austrian bikemaker KTM is a reckoned manufacturer of bikes and better know for its power packed orange machines. KTM bikes comes in a wide range which covers MX, travel, naked and super bikes. KTM entered in the Indian market in 2012, with the Indian bike manufacturer Bajaj, which looking after KTM's Indian operations. In only one year, KTM has become the largest selling premium bike brand in India, and recently KTM launched its second bike the Duke 390 in India. Both of the bikes got a huge response from the Indian buyers and after observing this, the company is planning to introduce another bike in the Indian market. After two back to back naked bikes, KTM is now planning to launch a fully faired bike in India.The bike has been named KTM RC 250R, it will be a quarter-litre bike, which is based on KTM's flagship bike the RC8.
Do you remember that Bajaj Priya or Chetak Scooter and famous 'Humara Bajaj' TVC? Scooters were the most favorite commuters in India till Hero Honda bikes start to take market from the scooters. The scooters, which were a family ride became the choice of female riders. In this ear, the maximum share of scooter market was taken by the TVS by its Scooty, which was the choice of maximum female riders. A big change was waiting and with the start of 21st century in 2000, Japanese automaker Honda launched its first two-wheeler in India, which was a unisex scooter named Activa and from Yamaha they launched Yamaha's Ray. This scooter got a huge response in the Indian market from both male and female riders. After observing the demand of advanced scooters with great new looks, company decided to launch a range two wheelers in scooter segment. Then HMSI launched Eterno, Dio, and Aviator to target different age groups and buyers. All of these scooter succeed in market, in very few years took over a big share of scooter segment in the Indian market. And HMSI became number one scooter manufacturer of India.