Varla Eagle One 100 Mile Update & Range Test




First installment in the Varla Eagle One update series. Full range test included.

38:12 Range Test Results
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Varla Eagle One

KTM Bikes

KTM AG, an Austrian company manufacturing touring and sports bikes, had formed a partnership with Bajaj Group in 2007. In India, KTM bikes have introduced four of their models. The first bike that came out from their stables is KTM Duke 200. The Duke 200 has a 200 cc, 25 bhp, 19 Nm torque liquid cooled engine with injector fuel system and digital ignition giving mileages of 35 kmpl. This bike has 6 speed manual transmission with a wet clutch. This bike weighs 136 kg and has a wheel base of 1040 mm and ground clearance of 165 mm.

Bajaj Discover 100 CC – A Pricey Possession

Bajaj Discover is a successful series of bikes from the house of Bajaj Auto Limited, who is the second largest producer of motorcycles in India. Bajaj launched the Discover in the year 2004 when the Indian motorcycle market was badly awaiting for a new façade in the commuter segment. The Discover was that new face and it instantly made its way to become a national bestseller.

Royal Enfield Continental GT – A Class Apart

When it comes to biking very few bikes can boast of attaining unparalleled fame and customer confidence ever since they were marketed. The Royal Enfield bikes are among the few bikes, which enjoys continuous customer confidence and high popularity. Any person who love biking, and have ridden a Royal Enfield is sure to fall in love with the beast, despite its bulky frame and somewhat traditional looks. These bikes oozes majestic feel and can excite the bike lovers by the mere sight or even by sound. The familiar thumping sound of a Royal Enfield bike brings a thrilling feel into the minds of bike lovers.

Bajaj Best Selling Bikes

Bajaj Auto Limited is a very important player in the Indian two-wheeler industry providing tough competition to the Hero and Honda brands. The Bajaj bikes are popular because of their top fuel efficiencies, good built qualities and better service networks spread all over India. Even though the styling of many of their products is orthodox, the ‘Hamara Bajaj’ feeling created by the brand attracts many customers in India.

Royal Enfield Bikes

The Royal Enfield India is an Indian bike manufacturer making mainly cruiser and sports bikes. Even though the original Royal Enfield is closed in the UK, their legacy is being carried on by the Indian company. Presently there are 5 Royal Enfield products being made and sold in India. The Royal Enfield bikes are popular among the youth for their styling, power, mileages and power.

Mahindra Bikes

Mahindra Two Wheelers Limited (MTWL) is a two-wheeler manufacturing company formed by the Mahindra Group. After taking over the Kinetic Motor Corporation they have started the production of the two-wheelers. With three models of motorcycles and 6 models of scooters the Mahindra brand has become a force in the Indian two-wheeler market.

Honda CB Unicorn

Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Private Limited (HMSI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Japanese Honda Motors Limited. The Honda group had been making two-wheelers in India since 1984 as a joint venture with the Hero group. They have established their own firm the Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India Private Limited in 1999. The Honda brand is the second most popular brand in India. They have bikes with capacities 110 cc to 1300 cc in their Indian portfolio. The Honda Unicorn is a 150 cc commuter bike with sales over 10,000 units per month.

Honda Dream Yuga – The Dream Machine

It was in 2010 when Honda and Hero parted ways in their two-wheeler joint venture. But things have changed quite dramatically since then. Honda has now got its Dream Series bikes to take on the models launched by Hero years ago.

Fuel Efficient 125 CC Bikes in India – Bikes Offering High Mileage

In India, people generally prefer affordable fuel efficient bikes over high-end bikes with utter power. And this very reason makes the 125 cc segment highly popular here because these bikes are affordable, stylish, fuel efficient and to a certain extent power packed as well. Some of the most popular 125 cc bikes offering high mileage are listed here. However it should be noted that actual mileage will depend on how you ride, road conditions, weather, maintenance, tire pressure and pillion weight.

The Kawasaki Ninja 300 Fairings and Design

The Kawasaki Ninja 300 debuted in 2013, and in some markets was the next model in the pipeline to take over and replace the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. The Ninja 300 as well as the 250R are sold on several continents, from Australia, to Europe, to North America.

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