The November issue of Fast Bikes India is headlined by the two bikes that are, without any doubt, the most eagerly anticipated bikes of the year. We’ve ridden the soon-to-be-launched-in-India Royal Enfield 650 Twins in California and are very, very impressed. We also have the world’s best triples slugging it out on road and track, a bunch of adventure motorcycles and also our new section on cycles.
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The contents of Fast Bikes India November 2018 issue –
RE Interceptor and Continental GT 650: The RE Twins are finally here and we’ve ridden them in California with RE boss Sid Lal giving us company! The Interceptor is all calm and composed, while the Conti GT is hip and fast. Are these the bikes Royal Enfield’s die-hard fan following have been waiting for?
Brutale RR vs MT-09 vs Triple RS: The recently launched MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR takes on the world’s best triples on road and track. Will the Yamaha MT-09 prevail or would it be the Triumph Street Triple RS that’d take the crown with its all-round abilities?
Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT: The ADV population is growing by each passing day and to add to it, Suzuki has brought the Versys 650 to India in a more off-road friendly XT trim. Is it the best mid-weight ADV you can buy out there?
Too much tech?: Can you imagine a life without tech wizardry like ABS, Wheelie Control, Traction Control and what not? We have rated the best and worst of tech gizmos in our most exhaustive review of tech in motorcycles.
Thrill of Riding: In the second part of our new series we explore the best way to launch a motorcycle and extract every bit of the potential of the engine plus our pro-riders gives you tips and tricks plus what not to do when launching the motorcycle.
Ped’lling: We have already reviewed the locally made Psynyde Furan MTB for you. But Psynyde isn’t all about MTBs, they also do a cycle that can comfortably take you on a commute to office and also run the marathon, if that’s your cup of tea.
TVS Racing Diaries: Sherco TVS’ adventures from Rallye du Maroc as the team preps for the 2019 Dakar
All the news: Motoroyale has been given a new lease of life with the launch of seven new motorcycles, and two new brands in India, all under one roof! Our guide to SWM and FB Mondial and obviously, the manic Brutale 800 RR. And finally, Jawa is back and how! We know the launch date and we know all about the engine that will power the first Jawa from the second generation. Time for Classic Legends!