Wait for these Knockout Bikes for Post Lockdown Launch

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Bike lovers all over the country are eagerly waiting for the launch of their favorite bikes that will fire up their journey on the road once again. However, due to the pandemic COVID-19 things have gone haywire and for this reason the Lockdown and the eventual delay in the launch of these awesome bikes. Still, all those who are bike enthusiasts should know which bikes are ready to run on the road and will be available post Lockdown so you can make your pick in advance. Let us have a look at some of these knockout bikes that will kick up your heels soon.

Following are some of the most awesome and drool worthy bikes that were supposed to launch this April but due to the pandemic all is delayed:

Hero Xtreme 160R

This is the new one added to the 160cc segment that features sleek bodywork and LED lighting, including digital instrument console. It is the new one added to the segment and you will love it for the changes made to this new model. It is said to be the most powerful motorcycles in the segment.

Awesome facts

  • Price: Rs 90,000 to Rs 95,000 (ex-showroom).
  • BS6-compliant air-cooled and fuel-injected motor
  • 7-step preload-adjustable monoshock
  • 276mm front disc and 130mm drum (optional 220mm disc) breaking
  • MRF REVZ tyres that are tubeless alloy
  • Engine is 163 cc
  • Single Channel ABS
  • Power is 15.2 PS @ 8000 rpm
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Triumph Street Triple RS

This bike is all about the updated ballistic with fresh new look and improved mechanical along with added electronics. It is already gaining a lot of popularity in the market due to the middle weight and in fact it is the most sought after desirable bike hot on everyone’s list.

Awesome facts

  • Price ₹11,13,000 (ex-showroom)
  • 121.36 bhp of power
  • Engine 765 cc
  • Torque 79 nm
  • Six manual gearbox
  • Double cylinder engine
  • anti-locking braking system
  • New LED DRLs
  • TFT screen with updated graphics
  • Bluetooth functionality enabling the GoPro feature for navigation
  • Different modes like rider, sport, track, road and rain

Benelli Imperiale 400

The high premium range bike is nothing less than of Rs 1,69,000, that was last October, ever since then the bike price has a hike this February. The introduction of the new silver color included in the segment of 400 is now priced at a whopping Rs 1, 79,500 with two more color variants, black and red that is priced at Rs 1, 89,499, all due to the inclusion of BS6 standard. The best part is the look that is retro cruiser style giving a tough competition to Enfield and Jawa standard.

Awesome facts

  • Round headlamp with chrome casing
  • Chrome finish tail lamps and turn indicators
  • Split-seat setup
  • Peanut shaped fuel tank
  • 374cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor
  • BS6 emission engine updates
  • 5 speed gear box
  • Disc breaks
  • 21 PS @ 5500 rpm power
  • 29 nm torque
  • Its curb weight is that of 205 kg
  • Its only Self-Start
  • Tube tyres, spoke type wheels

Triumph Tiger 900 Latest Updates

The all new Tiger 900 is priced at Rs 13 lakh and Rs 16 lakh (ex-showroom). With everything new, even the name XR and XC that is now renamed as GT and Rally are now available in two new versions the Pro and the Standard.

Awesome facts

  • Powered by Euro 5-/BS6-compliant
  • 888cc inline-three cylinder engine
  • 87 nm torque
  • 3 cylinders
  • Six rider modes from Rally to pro trim- rider: rider, sport, rain, off road, road and off road pro
  • GT bikes are employed with Marzocchi suspension with front 189 mm travel and rear monoshock at 170 mm
  • The Pro variant has electronically adjustable monoshock with nine levels damping and prefix preload four settings
  • Alloy rims of 19/17 inch in Metzeler Tourance Next tyres

Royal Enfield J1D

There are a lot of speculations going on with the latest version and the much loved segment of Thunderbird that is more likely to be replaced with a new nameplate of Meteor. The manufacturers are going for a change in the way the bike is going to be presented and two new variants are going to be added to it. However, no details are provided by the company, it is a complete mystery, only speculations are going on in the media as the bikes are already on road testing and some of the interesting observations are as follows:

Awesome facts

  • The new Meteor is dubbed as the J1D
  • The thunderbird is going to be referred as J1C0
  • J1D is more likely to be similar but smaller version having 250 cc engine different from the Himalayan
  • Hunter, Sherpa, Flying Flea and Roaster are some of the new registered names
  • Complete new range with something different

Jawa Perak

It is possible to book it for Rs, 10,000 token amount, however the delivery will only be possible after the lockdown is over. Priced at Rs 1.94 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) the bike is overhauled with better components, larger battery and revised design. You will love the gold pin striping on the fuel tank, side panels and fenders that make it look just perfect contrast to all black. Due to all this the design gives it the classic bobber stance. All in all a gorgeous cruiser motorbike that will captivate you by all that is has to offer. Seems to be right next to in competition with Enfield and similar bikes.

Awesome facts

  • Double cradle tubular frame
  • Blacked out theme, tan colored single seat
  • Engine, spoke wheels and exhaust all in black
  • Instrument console only comprise of fuel gauge, odometer and speedometer
  • All round halogen headlamp, the tail lamp is LED
  • Electric start
  • 334cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor
  • Emission standard BS6
  • 30 bhp power
  • 6 speed gear box
  • 14 ltrs fuel tank capacity
  • Analogue speedometer
  • Digital odometer and trip meter
  • Longer swing arm
  • Telescopic fork in the front, rear comprise a monoshock
  • Breaking with disc breaks in front and rear with standard ABS
  • 31nm torque
  • 179 kg curb weight
  • Double cradle frame suspension

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