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Motorcycles and Brain Injuries

Motorcycles can be a great deal of fun however, it is important to keep in mind that motorcycles can be dangerous. It is important to be cautious when operating or riding with someone who is operating a motorcycle. A strong motorcycle helmet should be worn at all times while operating a motorcycle. A sturdy helmet can help protect a person from serious head trauma if in fact an accident does occur. Motorcycles and brain injuries do not necessarily have to go hand in hand.

Scooters in India

Scooters are making a strong comeback, capturing nearly a quarter of the domestic two-wheeler sales. Because of the congestion on the Indian roads, commuters find it easy to ride scooters. The rising fuel prices also make customers go for fuel efficient scooters for daily commuting. The 90s saw the introduction of gearless scooters which were lightweight, fuel efficient and easy to handle.

Mahindra Centuro

Mahindra, best known for manufacturing powerful utility vehicles, has already made its foray into the two-wheeler segment. They entered the market with scooters with a range comprising of Duro, Flyte, Rodeo and Kine. In 2010 they came out with a bike, the Stallio, which could not be continued due to a few issues. Mahindra bikes came back with two launches in 2012 – the Centuro and the Pantero.

Honda Bikes

Honda Motorcycle, the two-wheeler department of the Honda Motor Company, started its production in 1955. Currently the largest motorcycle maker in Japan, in India, Honda Motorcycle is the second largest two-wheeler maker.

Honda Activa – The Leader of Indian Scooters

In the recent past, perhaps a decade ago or more, the word scooter evoked the picture of heavy, difficult to manage two-wheelers with gears, which felt very imbalanced in appearance. These were mostly ridden by the men and women were limited to riding pillion. However, all these changed drastically, when the lightweight, easy to manage gearless vehicles with good fuel efficiencies. Although it was the iconic Kinetic Honda that which started the gearless scooter revolution in India, it was the likes of Bajaj Sunny and TVS Scooty, which popularized them. However, Honda Activa made the gearless scooters more acceptable and popular among both men and women alike.

Hero Karizma

The Hero Karizma is the most stylish bike from Hero MotoCorp. In the lower capacity bike segments of 100 cc and 125 cc the rivalry is between the brands ‘Hero’ and the ‘Honda.’ But in segments from 150 cc to 250 cc there are more competitors. The 220 cc bike Hero Karizma stands tall because of its style and performance. The Karizma was launched long back in 2003 as a touring motor bike. After many facelifts the Karizma is now available in 2 refreshed variants unveiled late last year. In June 2014 they have quietly launched the two models the Karizma R and the Karizma ZMR.

Continental GT – A Vintage Styled Modern Bike

Modern day biking is all about speed and style. Continental GT is one such simple, yet contemporary, fun to ride sports bike, which arouses memories of a highly stylized bygone era. It is basically a cafe racer which really shows what it is capable of. Continental GT is much more than just getting you from one point to another. This racer bike is owned by the prestigious Royal Enfield Motors based at Gurgaon who has produced a series of excellent bikes in India. The Continental GT made its debut in the year 2012 at the Delhi Auto Expo and was on the roads by the end of 2013. Royal Enfield Continental GT is one bike which has a great demand in other markets across the world as well.

KTM Duke – A Popular Sports Bike in India

KTM is a motorcycle brand based in Austria, dealing mainly in sports bikes. The Duke series of bikes manufactured by KTM are one of the most popular sports bikes brand in India. Bajaj Auto, the Indian auto major, who owns a major stake in the KTM’s motorcycle business, is the Indian distributor of the Duke Bikes. Their style, appearance, and performance make the KTM bikes stand apart from the pack. These bikes are a rage among the youth of India.

Royal Enfield Classic – Classic Old-Styled Yet Modern

Royal Enfield Motors, originally a British company manufacturing premium motorcycles earns significant respect in the country. Their bikes are branded for high power engines and majestic looks. The thumping sound from a Royal Enfield bike is sure to turn heads along the road and the owner will be swelled with pride. Though the old Bullet is more famed, the Classic series have also equally managed to attract bike enthusiasts.

Top 5 Most Popular Bikes in India – Favourite Bikes of Young India

The bike market of India has been flourishing over the years. Hero, Honda, TVS, Royal Enfield and many other companies launch a series of new and updated bikes every year. We can proudly say that the Indian automobile sector has manufactured some of the most renowned bikes of the world. However it is pretty difficult to decide the best bike that gives good value for money. Below is a list of 5 most popular bikes in the country.

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