✅Discount Code: SurRonster 👇
Massive shout out to Varla Scooter for giving me the opportunity to try out the Eagle One!
This scooter is so powerful you really should only consider it if you have *massive balls*
40mph speed, 40 miles range, dual motors, full suspension, dual hydro disk brakes, it’s a total beast.
Theme Song: On My Own – Kyle The Hooligan
Bajaj Discover – Offering Plentiful Variants
Motorbikes have eased the way of living of people. They are extremely useful vehicles to travel over short distances quickly. Especially in the cities, where traffic congested lanes and roads make driving around in a car cumbersome, a bike comes very handy. In addition, bikes are economical – both to own and to maintain – and they are easy to park as well. Parking can be a real problem in the crowded city premises. All these factors work in favour of bikes.Bajaj Bikes – The Success Story Continues
Bajaj Auto Limited is the second largest producer of motorcycles in India just after Hero MotoCorp. This domestic company was found by Jamnalal Bajaj in the year 1926 and his vision was to revolutionize the Indian two wheeler market.Bajaj Best Selling Bikes – Budget Friendly Bikes
Bajaj is one of the most popular two-wheeler manufacturers in India. It is the world’s third largest two-wheeler manufacturing company and the second largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India.Royal Enfield Classic
The Royal Enfield Limited is a Chennai based two-wheeler manufacturing company which uses the brand name ‘Royal Enfield’ originally of the already extinct British company, Royal Enfield. They are specialists in semi luxury bikes. The Royal Enfield Classic, an iconic bike, is available in India since 1955.Honda Activa – The All-Rounder Scooter
There was a time not long ago when scooters meant heavy, unmanageable vehicles, which were rather difficult to handle. However, with the evolution of technology and time, these machines were replaced by lightweight vehicles, which are rather easy to ride and handle. Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India, a subsidiary of Honda Motors is one of the leading manufacturers of these gearless, lightweight scooters in India. Though the company forayed into the segment much after the likes of Kinetic, Bajaj and TVs, it took no time to establish itself as the segment leader. It is all because of a single model named Honda Activa.Hero Xtreme – The Xtreme Bike
In a bid to revive its popular 150 cc commuter offering, the Xtreme, Hero MotoCorp had launched a refreshed model. Targeted at youth looking for a stylish and powerful motorcycle, does the Xtreme do justice to this factor? Let us find out.Hero Splendor iSmart – The Smart Bike on the Block
What happens when an already fuel-efficient bike gets associated with a technology that helps save fuel while waiting at traffic signals? It becomes smarter. The Splendor iSmart from HeroMotoCorp is smart indeed.Hero Hunk – A Powerful Bike for the Youngsters
Hero Motocorp, the leading two-wheeler manufacturer in the world, is based in India. They had entered the field of bike making through a joint venture with Honda, the Japanese automobile conglomerate. The Hero-Honda JV was one of the most successful JVs that the country ever saw. However, after long years of association, both partners decided to go solo. They decided to continue on the existing models and hence, some of the Hero Honda bikes were rebranded as Hero bikes and the others as Honda bikes.Seven Essential Motorcycle Repair Maintenance Tips
Nothing says freedom like floating down the highway on a tricked out sled with the wind at your back. Motorcycle repair and maintenance are two things every rider must know! Read on for seven essential tips that’ll keep you and your bike screaming.Choosing Your Motorcycle – How to Choose the Best Bike for Your Needs
This month’s column is about choosing the best motorcycle to fit your needs. Selecting the right bike might just help keep you out of a situation where you need a motorcycle lawyer! Before we get to my list of criteria for selecting your bike, I thought it might be useful to put together a few questions you should be asking yourself as you make this decision.