Engines are the heart of the motorcycles and we all love our two-wheelers all by our hearts because without them, we will have to ride bicycles which we do not want to. Each and every motorcycle or scooter has its own character, advantages and disadvantages and its all about the
Motorcycles have two major type of front suspension systems: the telescopic forks and the upside-down telescopic forks which are called USD forks in short. But have you wondered, which one is better for motorcycles of different use? Well, you might have thought about it a lot actually, because the owner
Motorcycles are known for fun rides but it is also very well known to all the motorcycle riders that as the power in the motorcycle increases, the possibility of losing traction also increases. Well, to get started, we will be talking about motorcycle traction control system here in this article
Different Types of Motorcycle Cooling System Explained - Air-cooling, Oil-cooling and Liquid-cooling system.
Motorcycles are the best part of a rider’s life as one can travel to any place with a sense of freedom and by burning minimum amount of fuel. The engine cylinder sees thousands of mini explosions that generates heat and mechanical power in an internal combustion engine. Such explosion
Motorcycles are fun to ride machines on two wheels. They bring the feelings of the freedom and along with the sceneries while riding motorcycles through countless country roads, valleys and the mountains are priceless. However, there is a hazard associated with all the two-wheeler whether it is a motorcycle or
Motorcycles are a way of life, whether it is a regular commuter bike or a large capacity motorcycle for long distance touring. There are places where a four-wheeler cannot go or cannot be taken for a sense of purity and only a motorcycle could provide you with the experience that
Everyone loves speed, the thrill of acceleration and the pride of achieving new top speeds on your motorcycle or scooter. However, if you are really interested in boasting about your achievements, you need to get back to zero speed and spread the word. And for coming back to zero, safe
Here we have the BS6 emission norms and all of you might have noticed that all the motorcycle sand scooters now come with electronic fuel injection system. Previously in the BS4 emission norms, all bikes and scooters in the commuter segment utilised carburettors but now all those two wheelers are
We, the millennials were born at a time when average commuter motorcycles were equipped with spoke wheels and so does every other motorcycle in Indian market back then. Only a handful of imported sports bikes used to be delivered with alloy wheels and there was no option to even plonk
Hyderabad, 28th June, 2021: Gravton, a Hyderabad-based startup EV brand, launched its first electric bike “Quanta”. Gravton Quanta Electric ScooterQuanta is designed from the ground up with indigenously designed and developed components, thus making it one of the only few EV brands manufacturing with the highest number of localized parts.
Harley-Davidson today announced the launch of their all-electric bike brand LiveWire. Named after it's first electric motorbike, that was unveiled in 2019, the LiveWire division is set to launch its first motorcycle on July 8, 2021 and have plans to premiere at the International Motorcycle Show on July . The brand
Ather Energy began operations from its 123000 sq ft mega-factory in Hosur, Tamil Nadu, on 2nd January 2021. Since then, the EV manufacturer has begun deliveries of their electric scooter in Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad, and more deliveries are planned in a phased manner across 21 other
The petrol prices are rising every day,, and the same can be said about air pollution in the cities. Our Government is putting efforts towards the fast acceptance of electric vehicles in the country. In doing so, the Government has already enforced the FAME-II subsidy structure for electric vehicles in
With rising petrol costs and increasing air pollution in the cities, the Government of India is putting efforts towards the fast acceptance of electric vehicles in the country. In doing so, the Government has already enforced the FAME-II subsidy structure for electric vehicles in the country. Electric bikes in India