You might have heard the rumours about the RTO banning the use of two-stroke vehicles in Karnataka. Obviously, this has caused panic amongst enthusiasts still holding onto their RX 100s, RD 350s, Jawas and Yezdis. But the truth is no such mandate which specifically mentions all two-stroke engines have been[Read More…]
Motorcycling in India has stepped up a few gears in the last couple of years with the Rs 1 lakh – Rs 1.5 lakh segment being one of the hottest prospects in this day and age. We have the likes of the Yamaha R15 v3, the Bajaj Pulsar 200 twins,[Read More…]
2018 has been another great year for Indian bikers and manufacturers. India is now the largest two-wheeler market in the world and it’s no wonder that manufacturers have been setting new sales record regularly. This has also led two-wheeler brands to concentrate on introducing new products in a bid to[Read More…]
Life always comes full circle. Like everything else, motorcycle manufacturers are trying to bring back the good old days of motornama. With simplistic designs and retro charm, the list of bikes in this very genre keeps on growing day by day. Here are our five picks from the plethora of[Read More…]
Since some of you might be wondering what Jawa is all about, here are some key facts about the Czech brand and its motorcycles.
Jawa Motorcycles launched three motorcycles in India today – the Jawa, Jawa Forty Two and the Perak. While these bikes share similar underpinnings, they attempt to cater to different riding styles and segments. Let’s understand more about these bikes and how different they are to each other. Jawa: When Jawa Motorcycles came to India in the 70s, the[Read More…]
Jawa Motorcycles has unveiled its latest range of new motorcycles – the Jawa, Jawa 42 and a custom bobber called the Perak. Features a neo-retro design with chrome elements to give it that authentic look. The Jawa and 42 are powered by a properly modern 293cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. Conversely,[Read More…]