BIKING in 2010- Revolution revolutionized

Biking in India is a business flourishing exponentially over the last few years. Credit goes to actors like John Abraham who have awoken the adventurous spirit in people. Many top manufacturers have also entered into the market thus providing a never ending competition. Companies like Hero Honda, Bajaj, and Yamaha have started launching their sports bike collection and keeping in mind the launches of 2009, we can confidently say that the game has just begun.

In 2009, one my favorites was the Yamaha Fazer. The year 2010 is going to witness some of the revolutionary bikes I believe. Bajaj has announced the release of 6 bikes. Same goes for many other companies too and these bikes are going to be highly advanced in terms of technology, fuel consumption, and comfort in sitting and riding etc. Even Harley Davidson has decided to enter the Indian market and The Royal Enfield has also announced the launching of at least one new bike. After all are targeting the young masses and believe me the bikes about to be launched are mostly going to cost in lacs.

Some of the bikes I am eagerly waiting for are listed below.

Apache RTR 180

CC – 177.4 cc

Technology – Single Cylinder, Air cooled, 4 Stroke

Max Power – 17.3 BHP @ 8500 RPM

Max Torque – 1.58 KGM @ 65 RPM

Gear Box – 5 Gear Constant Mesh

Clutch – Multi-Plate wet type

Fuel System – Carbureted

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Engine Type Parallel – Twin

Cylinders – 2

Cooling Liquid Valves – 8

Valves per Cylinder – 4

Valve Configuration – DOHC

Compression Ratio – 11.6:1

Fuel Type – Gas

Suzuki RM-Z250

Engine – 4-stroke

Liquid-cooled, DOHC

Bore & Stroke 77.0 mm (3.03 in) x 53.6 mm (2.11 in)

Compression Ratio – 13.4: 1

Fuel System – KEIHIN FCR37MX

Lubrication Semi – dry sump

Ignition – Electronic ignition (CDI)

Starter – Primary kick

Transmission – 5-speed constant mesh

You Enjoy Your Ride Now.. 🙂