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Royal Enfield will get two models in its upcoming 750cc range.

Royal Enfield will get two models in its upcoming 750cc range.

Apart from the Cafe-Racer styled, there will be a classic retro motorcycle running on the 750cc unit.

In a bid to create a niche market for themselves, the post-British Royal Enfield has a newfound interest in having multiple cylinders under its hood with added capacities. As we have been speculating about it ever since it was caught testing in Spain last year, fresh new spied shots of the bike has been surfacing the internet for a while now.

With these latest image snapped by enthusiasts on a social media platform, we now have proof of not one, but two 750cc motorcycles will be joining the bandwagon for 2018. Although there is minimal camouflaging, I think I’ve already fallen for this Classic 750 sprouting in all vibrant colours.

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So this is how the Fazer 250 will look like.

So this is how the Fazer 250 will look like.

Uncamouflaged and in full production spec, the Fazer 250 may not have the best first impressions.

Launched in 2008, Yamaha’s FZ series of motorcycles had created a new meaning to the streetfighter nemesis. The DNA embedded had street characteristics that made the FZ the number one in the segment pretty fast. Then, Yamaha had launched Fazer In the year 2008 under the FZ series, the Japanese Blue’s wonderful semi-faired sports tourers. It provided a perfect balance between the aggressive of Yamaha’s true-blue super sports and the very practical naked roadsters termed under the brand ‘FZ’.

Recently, Yamaha added a new boy to the FZ lineup, the FZ25. This is their official entry to the quarter-litre naked motorcycle segment in the country. Like history repeating itself, Yamaha is all gunning out to launch another faired tourer and call it the Fazer 250. And as per these new images, Yamaha is undertaking the final phases of testing. This time it gets a fully-faired kit rather than the erstwhile Fazer in India.

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BMW is busy testing the 2018 S1000RR and it seems that the Germans are thorough this time.

BMW is busy testing the 2018 S1000RR and it seems that the Germans are thorough this time.

BMW is finally getting all the bell and whistles of the current crop of superbikes posing a threat to the crowned.

Although late to the party, the Germans are finally upping the ante of their litre class superbike, the S 1000RR. The engineers gave it enough oomph to uphold its end of the bargain pretty well with the 2015 upgrade and the bike had a good run with class leading power figures and chassis structure, until now.

She is now, at eight years old, missing a few exquisite equipment list and sorts of electronic wizardry that adorns the modern 2017 competition like the Fireblades’, Ninjas’, R1s’ and the GSXs’. They are faster, lighter and cleverer than ever before and could easily clip off the S 1000 RR one by one. Luckily, BMW says enough is enough and are readying a machine that could spell out being the Pinnacle of German Engineering.

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OBIBOI is here again, and this time its a BMW G 310 R spin-off to a Classic Racer Concept.

OBIBOI is here again, and this time its a BMW G 310 R spin-off to a Classic Racer Concept.

The Beemer is yet to hit our roads. But this has not stopped the artist in him.

TVS is already producing a single cylinder G 310R for BMW Motorrad in their Hosur plant. This is no new news that BMW teamed up with TVS Motors in a Euro 20 million partnership to support them with the manufacturing and distribution of smaller capacity motorcycles, starting with the G 310R

An Italian artist who goes by the name Oberdan Bezzi, also famously called as OBIBOI, has sketched some impressive looking concepts which might be expected from the BMW Motorrad stable in the future.

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Royal Enfield's new baby The Interceptor 750 gets papparazed.

Royal Enfield’s new baby The Interceptor 750 gets papparazed.

These are the most clear and up-close pictures of the new Cafe-Racer.

Unless you have been living under a rock, the entire country is waiting for Royal Enfield’s newfound interest in adding multiple cylinders under its hood. As we have been speculating about it ever since it was caught testing in Spain last year, fresh new spied shots of the bike has surfaced the internet now, and these are the clearest ones of the lot.

Clicked in Chennai, the company’s home plant, the motorcycle was snapped while it was at rest during its testing runs on our roads near the Royal Enfield factory in Chennai. We have been giving your reports of Royal Enfield developing a brand new- game changing product that will set the standards for the middleweight category. Looks like we were not wrong.

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TVS Akula 310 aka Apache RTR 300 is getting all dressed up for the big party.

TVS Akula 310 aka Apache RTR 300 is getting all dressed up for the big party.

Someone snapped pictures of this strikingly beautiful machine doing the dyno runs.

TVS had, a while ago, revealed about its launch in Indonesia in the first half of 2017. Working on a somewhat similar frame as the KTM-Bajaj, TVS took the jump with BMW Motorrad. This joint venture will benefit TVS by bringing in investments and expertise to further broaden their R&D capability to improve on existing projects and bring in new innovations across their product lineup. In fact, TVS has already showcased a concept, touted to be the flagship motorcycle for the company.

Today, we see this partnership taking shape in the form these spy images surfacing the internet where the bike is undergoing dyno tests on the factory floor. This is after we found them sitting outside on the factory yard last week. TVS Akula 310 concept made global debut at the 2016 Auto Expo and now is slated to launch sometime in July, 2017. The Akula 310 will, however, be christened as the Apache RTR 310 in India.

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Someone caught the Honda XRE 300 on the shopfloor in India.

Someone caught the Honda XRE 300 on the shopfloor in India.

The XRE 300 could be Honda’s dig at the entry level ADV motorcycles in India.

For some people, adventure is about finding your way through the unknown and doing things most have not or seeing things never seen before is a savour best felt. But unless you plan on walking, you need a way to get there. This is where Honda’s new offering comes in and sweeps you off your feet in the most humble and matured way.

Recently we discussed about Honda eyeing to get the brand’s adventure motorcycle, the XRE 300 into the country as part of their four ’all-new’ two wheelers for FY2018. Looks like our speculations were right if we have to believe this snap of Team-BHP’s reader is true.

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TVS is readying its bull to enter the fully faired sports segment.

TVS is readying its bull to enter the fully faired sports segment.

The Akula aka Apache RTR 300 will land sometime in July. Watch out CBR.

TVS had, a while ago, revealed about its launch in Indonesia in the first half of 2017. Working on a somewhat similar frame as the KTM-Bajaj, TVS took the jump with BMW Motorrad. This joint venture will benefit TVS by bringing in investments and expertise to further broaden their R&D capability to improve on existing projects and bring in new innovations across their product lineup. In fact, TVS has already showcased a concept, touted to be the flagship motorcycle for the company.

Today, we see this partnership taking shape in the form these spy images surfacing the internet. TVS Akula 310 concept made global debut at the 2016 Auto Expo and now is slated to launch sometime in July, 2017. The Akula 310 will, however, be christened as the Apache RTR 310 in India.

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Royal Enfield is testing a new twin cylinder on our roads

Royal Enfield is testing a new twin cylinder on our roads

Looks like we will get a new flagship for our favourite brand.

We have been giving your reports of Royal Enfield developing a brand new- game changing product that will set the standards for the middleweight category. Looks like we were not wrong.

Spied by a reader at Team-BHP, this image shows that the twin cylinder cafe-racer has landed in India and the company is currently testing it on our roads near the Royal Enfield factory in Chennai.

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TVS Apache gets rendered into ten different variants

TVS Apache gets rendered into ten different variants

And we so badly want all of them on our roads.

TVS Motor Company is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India, and the Apache has been the company’s flagship since its launch in 2006. The “Racing Throttle Response" was the brand’s foray into the naked sports segment which, similar to the Pulsars, is gaining a lot of momentum into increasing the sub- brand’s product portfolio.

An Italian artist who goes by the name Oberdan Bezzi, also famously called as OBIBOI, has sketched some impressive looking concepts which might be expected from the TVS Apache stable in the future. They include ten different versions of the same bike, and all of them are running on 180cc and 310cc engines.

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Yamaha makes a headway and goes ahead patenting a Two Wheel Drive motorcycle

Yamaha makes a headway and goes ahead patenting a Two Wheel Drive motorcycle

The Japenese Blue is changing the game to a whole new level

Yamaha has come up with an idea that is going to take us all by surprise and will have upped the ante by changing the game of the motorcycling world. They have just been awarded with a patent that carries an indigenous piece of technology that can possibly change the way we perceive the motorcycling experience.

The Japanese brand is developing an all-wheel drive motorcycle where power is given to both the wheels of the motorcycle, and according to the spy grabs, Yamaha will use two different energy sources to power the motorcycle.

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KTM has 'Duke-em' surprises for us in store ! A brand new 200 and a 250.

KTM has ’Duke-em’ surprises for us in store ! A brand new 200 and a 250.

KTM really knows hows to play the silent inspector game.

Last week we were enthralled about the news of the launch of a brand new generation of the KTM Duke 390 happening on the 23rd of this month, just a few days more. It is an iteration of the Austrian Orange streetfighters that started with the 1290 Super Duke R, the Beast Mode 2.0.

When KTM made this announcement, they were not at all hinting at something else hiding in store for us. But, according to a few sources buzzing on the internet right now, it seems KTM does have a surprise waiting to be unveiled on the 23rd along with the 390. And it comes in the form of 390’s younger siblings, the 200 and a 250.

Yes. That is two surprises on the same day.

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Honda's dream V4 'speed-monster' has been leaked

Honda’s dream V4 ’speed-monster’ has been leaked

The Red Wing moniker from Japan seems to have set the ball rolling on this superbike.

Honda made everyone sweat when they launched the CBR900RR in 1992 having huge power numbers and weighing lesser than the closest competitor. For the Fireblade’s 25th anniversary, Honda has gone big with the updated CBR portfolio and launching the Honda CBR1000RR SP & SP2.

Now, as revealed on MoreBikes, we can see new plans of Honda that might basically rejuvenate the mighty V4s’ that made debut with the VFR750 in 1995, a bike still termed as the ‘best road bike ever built’.

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How about a Yamaha Fazer 250?

How about a Yamaha Fazer 250?

Yamaha might launch this semi faired FZ25 later this year

Launched in 2008, Yamaha’s FZ series of motorcycles had created a new meaning to the streetfighter nemesis. The DNA embedded had street characteristics that made the FZ the number one in the segment pretty fast. Then, Yamaha had launched Fazer In the year 2008 under the FZ series, the Japanese Blue’s wonderful semi-faired sports tourers. It provided a perfect balance between the aggressive of Yamaha’s true-blue super sports and the very practical naked roadsters termed under the brand ‘FZ’.

Recently, Yamaha added a new boy to the FZ lineup, the FZ25. This is their official entry to the quarter-litre naked motorcycle segment in the country. Like history repeating itself, we believe Yamaha will launch another semi-faired tourer and call it the Fazer 250.

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Will you take your Dominar 400 served with fairings?

Will you take your Dominar 400 served with fairings?

Catch this rendered image of a Dominar on steroids.

Snatching the flagship title from the RS 200, the Dominar 400 created the year’s biggest launch for the Indian manufacturer. It created shockwaves across the industry and has gotten all talking about this cruiser and created a benchmark in the segment.

If you wanted a bit more flair on the sports cruiser, you are in for a treat. Rendering artist Shoeb Kalania of SRK Designs has created a semi-faired version of India’s first 400cc motorbike and given it a whole new character.

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