Reviews


Smooth Operator

Honda has broken out of its comfort zone and entered the Royal Enfield dominated segment with the H'ness CB350. Just what do these winds of change portend?

Honda managed to bowl a googly when they entered the retro motorcycle segment by introducing the H’ness CB350. And to be honest, we tip our helmet to them for taking ...

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Ballad of simple rider

Refined and with plenty of torque on offer at all speeds, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, remains a much sought-after retro motorcycle. Have the new BS6 emissions taken away any of the Interceptor’s zing? We find out.

The Interceptor 650, in many ways, allowed Royal Enfield to flex its muscle and showcase its ability to roll out a retro street bike with modern features and top-notch quality. ...

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Imposing Cruiser

What does an all-American cruiser look like through the eyes of BMW? We ride the R 18 to find out if this motorcycle can make die-hard cruiser fans nostalgic.

When BMW showcased the R 18 concept at 2019 EICMA in Milan, many wondered if the Bavarian powerhouse is trying to bite more than it can chew because of the shrinking of the trad...

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Return of the thumper

Nimble, refined, and with vibrations down to a minimal, Royal Enfield’s new cruiser and the Thunderbird replacement, the Meteor 350, has arrived.

Calling Royal Enfield Meteor 350, the most anticipated motorcycle of the year wouldn’t be an understatement. Sure, Royal Enfield (RE) has its own set of cult followers, bu...

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Here comes the hotstepper

An eye-catching chrome finish, an aggressive riding stance, a beautiful design – we’re talking about that Royal Enfield motorcycle which tames corners. Sounds too good to be true? We ride the Continental GT 650 Twin and tell you what it is all about.

Royal Enfield motorcycles are known for their laid-back nature with a distinguished exhaust note that ensures heads turn and people take notice. Going by their DNA, they love to...

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