FAST BIKES India – Issue #25 January 2019
Old is gold as we find out on our second birthday with the first ever ride of the Norton Commando on Indian roads. Stylish and full of character, it’s a proper Brit classic as go up and down the twisties of Lonavala. We have also ridden the new Jawas and got ourselves a taste of the smallest KTM yet. Not to forget a mega shootout of all street naked motorcycles under 300cc. As you can see our 2nd anniversary special is not to be missed because it is packed to the gills. Besides, you might just win fabulous Casio watches for we have a couple to give out.
Norton Commando: This is the first time anybody has ever ridden this classic British icon on Indian roads, and we are blown with the levels of engagement
Jawa and Forty Two: A slice of nostalgia is what they promise to be as Classic Legends seeks to resurrect the venerable Jawa and its spirit of carefree fun. Do the bikes deliver?
KTM 125 Duke: The smallest Duke isn’t really new. This was sold in Europe before the new gen 125 came out. So does this old bike make sense for India?
Naked and for the street: From the humble Hero Xtreme 200R to the KTM 250 Duke this is one mega shootout, across capacities and prices, to see what will offer the best bang for buck
Adventurous and Single: If you’re in the market for an adventure tourer at the bottom of the chain, you either have the Himalayan or the G 310 GS. So which one should you be betting on?
One for the road and one for off-road: That’s the story of the Ducati Multistrada 1260 S and the BMW R 1200 GS. A must read
Bajaj Pulsar Mania: Thrill of Riding – Riding in a pack is super fun, as long as you know the rules of Group Riding
TVS Racing Diaries: Have you heard of Jagan Kumar? No? Shame on you, he has won the Indian National Motorcycle Championship seven times in a row!
Peddlin’: This month we get astride the Trek Marlin 4, a city bike with off-road abilities. Great fun, as long as you’re up to providing the pedal power
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