Upcoming Sports Bike: From Yamaha R3 to Bajaj Avenger 220, here are the top bikes launching soon

Upcoming Sports Bike: Several motorcycles, like the Yezdi and the Jawa, have been brought back into production over the last two to three years. In order to reclaim the lost market share, Bajaj actually relaunched the Pulsar 220F. Here, we’re discussing the top 3 motorcycles that will return to the market in the upcoming few years.

Upcoming Sports Bike: Yamaha R3

Yamaha wants to bring back a wide selection of high-end motorcycles to the market. According to rumours, Yamaha might reintroduce the R3 fully-faired motorbike to the market in 2023. Recently, the motorcycle received some updates for the international market, including new, slim LED indicators and a new shade of purple. It is powered by a 321cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine that produces 29.5Nm of torque and 42bhp of power. The motorbike includes 37 mm USD front forks and a rear preload-adjustable monoshock that are based on a Diamond frame chassis. Slipper clutch and twin channel ABS are included. The Kawasaki Ninja 400, BMW G 310 RR, KTM RC 390, and the new Yamaha R3 will be its rivals.

Karizma and Xpulse 400

The new Karizma and the XPulse 400 are two of the new motorcycles that Hero MotoCorp is now testing on Indian roads. A fully-faired motorbike with low-set handlebars and a sporty riding stance will be the next-generation Hero Karizma. The windscreen on the fully-faired motorcycle will be smaller, and the back end will have a split seat and a smaller exhaust with a heat shield. The bike will have dual channel ABS and disc brakes on both wheels. The future model will include rear mono-shocks and upside-down front forks. The Karizma XMR nameplate has also been trademarked by Hero MotoCorp. A brand-new, liquid-cooled, 210cc engine coupled to a 6-speed gearbox is most likely what will power the motorcycle.

Bajaj Avenger 220

Avenger 220 Cruise is now being sold on the market by Bajaj. It is rumoured that they intend to relaunch the Cruising-powered Bajaj Avenger 220 Street. The 220cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine that powers the motorcycle generates 19 horsepower and 17.55 Nm of torque. This bike has a 5-speed transmission. The bike has twin shock absorbers in the back and telescoping front forks for suspension. The motorcycle will have a drum brake in the back and a disc brake up front. It will have alloy wheels and blacked-out panels. Both the front windscreen and the backrest will be missed.

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