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Top 5 most important news for bike enthusiasts, Do Read

In this article, we have covered the top 5 bike related news from last week. From new bike launches to upcoming sports bike. Read on to know more.

Top 5 Bike News: The past week has been really good for bike enthusiasts, as there have been several new things happening in the bike market in India. If you missed some of it then we have you covered. We have compiled a list of the top 5 Bike news stories that you must know if you are a bike enthusiast.

Top 5 Bike News from last week

TVS Apache RTR 310 Launched

The TVS Apache RTR 310, the country’s top two-wheeler manufacturer, has finally been released for sale in the Indian market. The motorcycle will be priced at Rs 2.43 lakh ex-showroom. The business has already begun taking reservations for this sports bike, which requires a Rs 3,100 deposit.

Jawa 42 Bobber launches in a new colour

The Jawa 42 Bobber has been launched in a new colour. The most costly paint is named Black Mirror, and it costs Rs 2.25 lakh ex-showroom. The upper half of the tank is chrome, whereas the rest of the bike is black. The 42 Bobber Black Mirror is also available with alloy wheels, as opposed to the spoke wheels found on the other colour variants.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R

Kawasaki India is preparing for the upcoming launch of the ZX-4R in the Indian market. This model will be Kawasaki’s most affordable four-cylinder motorbike offering in India, with an official release date set for September 11.

Royal Enfield Electric bike launch

Royal Enfield, the famed motorcycle brand owned by Eicher Motors, is planning to launch its first electric motorcycle in India within the next two years. Siddhartha Lal, the company’s CEO, has announced that they are currently in the prototype testing phase and have created a dedicated team to supervise the commercial parts of their electric vehicle (EV) business.

Aprilia RS 457 Unveiled

Aprilia has finally revealed the all-new RS 457 supersport. The motorbike was designed and developed in Italy at Aprilia’s headquarters, with manufacture taking place at Piaggio’s India manufacturing facility in Baramati, Maharashtra.

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