As we know that the two wheelers are growing up day by day with a lot of new design and new looks. There has been a crucial challenges to the developers in the designs of the bikes. various companies have been very competitive among each other.
In a recent event of AutoExpo 2014 different bikes from different companies have been bought out.
Motorcycles reveled at AutoExpo 2014:
The 2014 Karizma ZMR has the new design, new stickerings logos, it peaks at a slightly higher 20bhp, with a torque of 19.7Nm at 6500 RPM. Hero claims the bike has a 0-60 figure of 3.6 seconds.
The 620cc engine is capable of churning out 80 PS of power at 9600 RPM and 72 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed cartridge type transmission for efficient power transfer and better fuel economy. The Hero Hastur measures 2015 mm, 820 mm and 1120 mm in length, width and height respectively, with a ground clearance of 130 mm.
This is fourth new bike launch of the year, the fully-faired sports bike looks the business and should stand out for its sleek underseat exhaust. Its 249cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected single-cylinder and DOHC engine should also provide sufficient go to match the show. Front and rear disc brakes will be part of standard equipment while the Combined Braking System and ABS will be offered as options
This bike is based on the present CBZ Xtreme but styling is quite different and far edgier than the original. Among the features of interest are the Xtreme’s LED tail-lamps, rear discs and part-digital speedometer. The Xtreme will continue to use the Honda-sourced 149.2cc, single-cylinder and air-cooled engine as seen on the CBZ Xtreme. Peak power output is 15.2bhp.
Honda CBR 650F:
Honda announced a new sports bike CBR 650F at the Auto Expo. The CBR 650F will be assembled in India and powered by an all-new 650cc four-cylinder engine. The engine will come with a six-speed gearbox.
Harley-Davidson Street 750:
Harley-Davidson launched new Harley-Davidson Street 750, it has been priced at Rs 4.1lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) the motorcycle is an all-new, 749cc, liquid-cooled, V-twin engine producing 65Nm @ 4,000rpm.
The Yamaha R25:
Yamaha R25 looks tremendous in the Yamaha white and blue paint, It is completely a sports model light race-derived parallel twin-engined sports bike it is a 250cc bike which was the star attraction at the Tokyo Motor Show last year, is likely to be launched in India this year. However the 250cc bike is larger and sleeker than its R15 version available in India.
Hyosung GV 250:
With the contempo crop of 250 cc bikes but all getting in the sports bike territory, Hyosung motors and DSK adjudge to accompany a account cruiser the Hyosung GV250 into the market. Priced amid Rs 2.5-3 lakhs it will crucially ample that amplitude and get the aboriginal mover advantage. The GV 250 is a absolutely fabricated for canoeing and based on a abrupt amore for cruisers all over India we feel that the GV250 will be a abounding venture.
Bajaj Pulsar 375:
Bajaj Pulsar 375 is the a lot of advancing motorcycle from Bajaj this financial year. This fully-faired motorcycle is accepted to be a sports tourer rather than a cool action motorcycle. The Pulsar 375 is will be powered by a 373cc individual butt liquid-cooled engine. This engine will aftermath aiguille ability of 44bhp at 9000rpm and torque of 32Nm at 7250 rpm. It is akin to a six-speed gearbox. In abbreviate the Pulsar 375 threatens to redefine biking on Indian streets, as the aboriginal Pulsar did a decade ago.
Bajaj pulsar CS400:
Bajaj pulsar CS400 lookes as a sports cruiser, it is a 4-valve liquid-cooled engine. It is expected the engine is built on the joint expertise between Bajaj and Austrian bike-maker KTM. The engine in the new Pulsars would be similar to the one on the on-sale KTM Duke 390.
Suzuki VStrom 1000:
The Suzuki V Strom 1000 ABS motorcycle offers absurd versatility, abundance and is fun to ride. Sharing the spirit of the globally acknowledged V-Strom 650 ABS, the all-new V-Strom 1000 ABS will bear fun, action and on/off alley acquaintance to the accessible chic addition who seeks a new apple of motorcycling adventure. Size, weight, power, and maneuverability all appear into antithesis aural the V Strom that comes ability arranged with V-twin engine and failing aluminum chassis.
Triumph Daytona 675:
Iconic British bike maker Triumph expanded its product in India with the launch of ‘Daytona 675’ having a price tag of Rs 10.15 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) at the auto show here. The bike is expected to give Triumph Motorcycles a competitive edge in the super sports segment of the market. The company, which has two stores in India, it plans expand it to nine stores by the end of March. Triumph’s dealership are currently operational in Hyderabad and Bangalore.
TVS showcased its new TVS Draken 250cc street-fighter bike concept at the Auto Expo 2014. The TVS Draken features sharp street naked styling cues with an exposed aluminium trellis frame, compact headlight with LED lights and daytime-running lamps. It also gets inverted front telescopic forks and an off-set monoshock at the rear. The Draken is powered by a four-stroke, 250cc, liquid-cooled and single-cylinder engine paired to a six-speed gearbox.
Tvs Racing RTR 300 fx:
In additional to its stunning Draken 250cc motorcycle, TVS also have the Apache 300FX the name it self suggests that it is of 300cc single cylinder, 4 valve, four stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC engine, single cylinder, 4 valve, four stroke, liquid cooled, DOHC engine.
Tning new Mojo comes with bold, inspirational styling. It has a powerful 300c liquid cooled engine and incorporates the Mahindra DNA as a tough and reliable performer even in extreme performance conditions. The Mojo has been worked on at all levels from design, styling, engine, performance, ergonomics and technology. engine delivering a power output of 8.5 BHP @ 7500 RPM and an astounding mileage of 85.4 kmpl (ARAI). It will come with internationally patented Anti Theft Alarm.