Biking is like an adrenaline rush. Bike lovers always tend to keep following which new road monster is being launched with what features. So riders, here’s a list of new wheels coming up soon ready to accelerate on the road.
The 2016 Triumph Thruxton is the cafe racer version of the 2016 Bonneville family, and the Thruxton name is as legendary as the iconic Bonneville. The 2016 version of the Triumph Thruxton gets back its legendary performance with a new 1200cc engine, and promises the handling and performance to match its authentic 60s cafe racer styling. The road runner is expected to be launched at a range varying from 8 to 9 lacs and will be all set to hit the road from March 2016.
Royal Enfield Himalayan, the much-awaited adventure rider from the Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer, has been unleashed. The bike is an all new product with an entirely new design, chassis, suspension and an all new engine as well. It is going to be the first Royal Enfield with a monoshock rear suspension and will offer novel features like a new instrument panel with read-outs for trip meter, compass and even altitude readings. The rider will be launched at a price of 1.65 to 1.85 lacs and shall give you a climatic tour from March 2016 onwards.
Launched in 2005, the Honda CB Unicorn 150 spelled out to be a popular contender in the then growing 150cc commuter motorcycle space. With its refined motor, neutral styling and comfortable ride quality, Honda sold over 13 lakh units of the Unicorn 150 over the years. The unicorn is yet again ready to bring out the old days of comfort and user friendly biking, with little enhanced toughness and roughness. To be launched ranging from 65,000 to 68,000, it is all prepared for grabbing several parking spaces from March 2016.
The Hero HX250R will be part of a prestigious group of superbikes which has broken new ground in the Indian two-wheeler market. The company will develop this bike with the help of Erik Buell Racing (EBR). As the name calls itself, the sports hero shall start to race from may 2016, availing itself at a range from 1.5 to 2 lacs.
DSK Benelli may not be launching the full-faired 300cc parallel-twin motorcycle Tornado 302 in India after all, instead DSK Benelli is looking at launching a 400cc parallel-twin, full-faired bike sometime later this year. Because of the variation caused, the price might grow little higher than expected at the 300cc engine, but certainly guarantees performance and much loaded features to compensate. The wheels shall cost between 3 to 3.25 lacs, ready for the go from May 2016.
The most awaited rides shall offer you a sitting post end of the quarter 2016. Riders, if you are planning to get one, make sufficed research regarding and get your wheels you’re looking forward for this year.