UM Renegade Commando Road Test Review

This Renegade Commando comes with a 280cc engine that produces a peak power of 24bhp and 21Nm of torque. These are really good numbers but you get to enjoy the maximum amount of power and torque only close to the to...

UM Renegade Sport S Road Test Review

Soon I found myself cruising behind the broad T shaped bars of a UM Renegade Sport S. The Sport S has a very urban look with crisp and clean lines running seamlessly along the edges of the bike. The Renegade Sport S...

TVS Victor Road Test Review

Enter 2016 and the standards of the common man have changed, no longer does he want just sheer mileage and convenience. Now he demands style and status as well. After all it’s an era of flaunting the good things in ...

TVS Apache RTR 200 Road Test Review

I have a need, the need for speed! This line just kept repeating itself in my head while I was riding the new Apache RTR 200. The bold and hunky lines flowing smoothly from front to back give this bike a rather aggr...

Indian Motorcycle Roadmaster Road Test Review: Heavy Metal

Heavy Metal, that’s what the Indian Roadmaster, the massive 1811 cc engine tourer motorcycle is all about. It is best ridden by a man the size of either Khali or Magnus Samuelsson. For record’s sake, Khali is 7ft 1 ...

Honda Navi Road Test Review

The Navi is powered by a 109.19cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4-stroke engine. The power output is 7.8bhp at 7000 rpm and the engine produces a max torque of 8.96Nm at 5500 rpm. We took the Navi to a top speed of ...

Royal Enfield Himalayan Road Test Review

Royal Enfield did not just envision an adventure touring motorcycle but has poured its heart and soul into this bike. They began building this bike from the ground up and ended up with a brand new engine. They call ...

Mahindra Gusto 125 | Motown India Road Test Review

But this is no ordinary Mahindra vehicle mind you! It is the big boy’s Gusto from Mahindra Two Wheelers. I say big boy because it has a bigger engine which produces more power and torque. To be specific the new Gust...

Honda CB Hornet 160R (CBS) Road Test Review

Just like the cheetah the 160cc Hornet also has been purposefully equipped to achieve speed and maintain its balance. Pumping power into its paces is the 162.71cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine. T...

Honda CBR 650F First Ride Road Test Review

The Honda CBR 650F does not blow its own trumpet. The sound from the underbelly, almost tucked away exhaust is kind of filtered and only begins to pick up scream intensity when you tug at the throttle. As the engin...